AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
ISSN : 25985167     EISSN : 25978713.
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE , Journal Of Agricultural Science And Agriculture Engineering is a peer reviewed journal that mediate the dissemination of researchers in agronomy, horticulture, plant breeding, soil-plant science and pest or diseases-plant science. With number ISSN print 2598-5167 and ISSN online 2597-8713. The journal is published by Faculty of Agriculture University Merdeka Surabaya Indonesia.
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The Effect Mnure And Concentration Of Em-4 Dose On Plant Growth And Yield Of Red Spinach (Alternanthera Amoena Voss)

Doodoh, Martha Junita, Hidayati, Sri

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 1 No 1 (2017): September 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Agriculture Universitas Merdeka Surabaya Indonesia

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The purpose of the study to determine the effect of various doses of manure on the growth and yield of red spinach.  Randomized Factorial Experiment is used with three replications. The first factor is the dose Manure P1 = 5 tons/hectare; P2 = 10 ton/ hectare; P3 =Dose manure 15 t / ha. The second factor is the concentration of EM-4, among others K1 = dose of 5 ml/liter of water/polybag; K2 = dose of 10 ml/liter of water/polybag; K3 = dose of 15 ml/liter of water/polybag. Of the two factors 9 combination treatments are obtained which was then repeated 3 times.  There was no significant interaction at F5% test level on all variables studied i.e plant height, leaf number and gross weight per plant at all age of observation. There were significant effects of manure dose factor studied, mainly on plant height variables, number of leaves and gross weight per plant; and statistically, a better value in all of these variables is achieved by treatment P3  manure dose of 15 ton/ha. EM-4 concentration factor has significant influence on plant height variables, number of leaves and gross weight per plant; statistically, a better value in all of these variables are also achieved by treatment of the K3 of 15 ml/liter of water/polybag.

Propagation In Vitro of Sorgum in MS, VW and NT mediums

Suryaningsih, Dwie Retno, Prakoeswa, Sri Arijanti, ME, Maria

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 2 No 1 (2018): September 2018
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Sorgum is one kind of plant from the family of grass in the Tropical and Subtropical regions. Sorgum bicolor is a species commonly used for molase, syrup and seeds productions. Furthermore, sorgum is also used as a biofuel material. The purpose of this research is to investigate which type of medium is best for the growth and development of sorgum explants. This research were implemented by using the Complete Random Design with 3 mediums treatment: M1 = Murashige and Skoog; M2 = Vacin and Went; and M3 = Nagata and Takabe. Repititions were done 9 times and each were using 10 test samples. Changes observed were of: qualities, quantities, and contents of phenol in the Sorgum calluses.The results of this research were:quantity of callus in general had shown real differences and most callus found were on the MS medium treatment;quality of callus formed had shown real differences in each mediums and tended to be compact callus, while in MS medium to become friable;NT medium  tended to produce most contents of phenol, which was 0.25% .

Effect of Hormone Concentration and frequency of administration of Gibberellins on Growth and Yield of Tomato Fruit

Ning, Hardiyanti Tiyas, ,, Sundahri, ,, Setiyono, Subroto, Gatot

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 1 No 2 (2018): March 2018
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The aim of this research was to identify the influence of giberellin hormone concentration and its application frequency on the growth and the yield of tomato fruit. This research had been undertaken at Agrotechnopark, the University of Jember 6 November 2017 - 10 February 2018. The experiment using randomized complete block design (RCBD) with two factors namely the concentration of giberellin hormone consisted of 4 levels (0 ppm, 50 ppm, 75 ppm, 100 ppm) and the second was its frequency application consisted of three levels (spraying once every 7 days, 14 days, and 21 days). Reviews These were arranged in a factorial design and each combination was repeated by three times. The results Showed that (1) siqnificantly influenced concentrations of hormone on the growth and the yield of tomatoes. (2) the frequency of its application on the number affected siqnificantly productive branches, the number and weight of fruit, the weight of the tomato fruit. (3) there was no interaction of giberellin and its aplication on all paramters. (4) the best treatment is G3F3, the gibereellin concentration of 100 ppm and the frequency of 21 days once.

Improved Growth and Yield of Pakchoy(Brassica Rapa L.) with Organic Fertilizer plus Vitamin-B1 and Auxin

Gunawan, Bambang, F, M. Ikhsan, Wicaksono, Bambang Hariyadi

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 1 No 1 (2017): September 2017
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The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of POC Plus concentration on mustard growth and yield. The method used is Group Randomized Design, with 1 (one) factor of POC Plusconcentration (Liquinox start) including 8 levels of treatment and 3 replicates. There is significant effect of POC Plusconcentration treatment to increase the growth and yield of pakchoy in all parameters of observations compared to the control treatment. The highest gross weight per plant is achieved by treatment L7 at the age of observation 35 days after plantingby 338.36%. The highest growth and yield is achieved by treatment L7 by using17.5 ml per liter of water POC Plus. However, statistically the best value is achieved by treatment L6 with concentration of 15 ml per liter of water POC Plus as there is no significant difference with L7 treatment in all parameters of observations including plant length, leaf number and fresh weight per plant at the age of 35 days after transplanting.

Test the Solving of Seed Skin and Media Type Against Germination of Pumpkin Seeds (Cucurbita Maschata)

Hidayati, Sri, Purwanti, Sri

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 2 No 1 (2018): September 2018
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Objectives of the research are (1) to test various treatments of seed skin breakdown and media types to pumpkin germination (2) to test various treatments splitting of seed skin on pumpkin germination, (3) To test various types of media treatments for pumpkin germination. Factorial research methods in Randomized Block Design (RBD), consisting of two factors, namely: Treatment of seed skin breakdown with 2 levels of treatment and treatment of media types with 4 levels of treatment. Each treatment combination was repeated three times and each treatment combination consisted of 20 pumpkin seeds. The first factor is the treatment of seed skin breakdown consisting of P0 : without breaking the seed skin and P1 : Breaking the seed skin. While the second factor is media type treatment consisting of M1: Merang paper; M2: Garden Land; M3: Sand and M4               : Fertilizer Cage. Observations carried out consisted of germination rate, germination percentage, plumula length and radicle length. The results of the study and discussion, can be concluded as follows: Overall the combination of the treatment of seed skin breakdown and the type of media on gourd seeds germination has not given a significant interaction effect, except for the significant growth of radicle length. no significant effect on the length of the radicles and the length of pumpkin plumula, very significant effect on germination rate, and on the percentage of germination significantly. In the treatment of the type of media it has a very real effect on all observation parameters. The combination of the treatment of seed skin cracking and paper planting media (P1M1) gave the highest yield on the average length of radicles, germination on the paper medium (M1) gave the longest length of the radicle, the fastest germination rate, and the highest germination percentage obtained at skin stripping treatment (P1).

Application of IBA PGR Concentration On Germination of Sugarcane (SaccharumOfficinarum L) Cuttings

Hariyadi, Bambang Wicaksono, Purwanti, Sri

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 1 No 1 (2017): September 2017
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The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of IBA plant growth regulators (Indole Butyric Acid) on germination ofsugarcane cuttings (Saccharwno_mcinarum L). The experimental materials include PSJT 941 variety of sugarcane cuttings, soil and manure as medium with 2: 1 ratio.  IBA and 50% alcoholis used as treatment. Pest and disease controls used Basudin 60 EC and Dithane M-45. This study uses Randomized Block Design (RAK) with three replicates and each replicate consisted of 2 sample plants. The treatment is as follows: Ko: without treatment, K1: 500 ppm, K2: 1000 ppm, K3: 1500 ppm, K4: 2000 ppm. The study reveals that treatment of K4 IBA solution (2000 ppm) has very significant effect on variables of germination speed, shoot length, number of leaves and number of roots, and significantly different at root length. Administration of IBA solution at concentration of 1500 ppm accelerated germination time of sugar cane cuttings, occurred on the fourth day (fourth). Administration of IBA solution at 2000 ppm gave the highest result which was not different with 1500 ppm concentration on shoot length, leaf number, root length and root number. The higher the concentration of IBA, the higher the shoot length, the number of leaves, the length of the roots and the number of roots of sugar cane produced.

Effect of Organic Liquid Fertilizertambsil On The Growth and Resultskale Crop Land (Ipomoea Reptans Poir)

Hariyadi, Bambang Wicaksono, Ali, Mahrus, Pratiwi, Yeni Ika

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 1 No 2 (2018): March 2018
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Liquid organic fertilizer Tambsil is a complete liquid organic fertilizer, which is formulated to meet the needs and challenges of the farmers or entrepreneurs in agriculture and plantations in order to get results or harvest prime. Where the liquid organic fertilizer contains a complete nutrient, both elements of macro and micro elements essential for soil fertility and plant growth. A liquid that can be absorbed by plants through leaf stomata or mouth. Functioning as a stimulator and is very safe for human and animal health as well as a very friendly environment (Anonymous, 2017). The purpose of this study to determine the extent of the effect of the use of urea fertilizer on the growth and yield of Green Spinach (Amaranthus tricolorL.).Research conducted at the Faculty of Agriculture Experimental Station Freedom Surabaya, on the road Ketintang Madya VII-2 Surabaya. This study uses a randomized block design (RAK) consists of six (6) treatment without liquid organic fertilizer (control) and liquid organic fertilizer dose 2,5cc; 5,0cc; 7,5cc; 10,0cc; 12,5cc per liter of water with three (3) replicates and two (2) samples of plants. The results of the study are as follows: a. There is a very real effect on the observation variables plant height, leaf number and fresh weight per plant and plant fresh weight per polybag. b. The treatment dosing liquid organic fertilizer Tambsil 12.5 cc per liter of water to produce growth and yields the highest (maximum dose) kale crop land, although it was not statistically significantly different from the dosage of liquid organic fertilizer Tambsil 10.0 cc per liter of water (Dose The optimum or effective dose).

Effect of Manure and Fertilizer Nitrogen Doses on Growth and Crop Kale Army (Ipomeae Reptan Poir)

,, Nurlina, Hidayati, Sri, Huda, Nurul

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 1 No 2 (2018): March 2018
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This study aims to determine how far a combination of manure and urea fertilizer influence on the growth and yield of kale land. Percobahan do in the garden percobahan Merdeka University Faculty of Agriculture, Surabaya, in the village of the District Karah Jambangan Surabaya. This research method using Randomized Trial group (RAK) factorial arranged, composed of two factors, namely: manure with 3 levels of treatment and the provision of nitrogen fertilizer (urea) with three levels of treatment. Maing each treatment was repeated 3 times and each combination treatment consisting of two plants. The results show there is no interaction on manure and nitrogen fertilizer dosage in all parameters of both observation plant leaf number, plant height and fresh weight pertanaman.begitu also manure does not provide real pengarruh against all plant nitrogen fertilizer dosing significant effect on parameter above the number of leaves, plant height, fresh weight per plant.

Discussion of Growth And Content of Papain In Papaya Callus (Carica Papaya L.) By Tissue Culture Technique With Elicitor Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Treatment In Ms And Vw

Arijanti, Sri, Suryaningsih, Dwie Retna, Eryanto, Arief, admin, admin

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 2 No 1 (2018): September 2018
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Plants of papaya were have the main sources of chemical compounds that were generally used in pharmaceuticals and food-additive industries. One of the effort to increase the content of Papain in papaya is through tissue-culture and elicitation technique.The purposes of this research are *To investigate the content of Papain in calluses of papaya leaves with treatment of elicitor Saccharomyces cerevisiae in MS and VW mediums. This research was conducted in the month of November 2017 to January 2018, using Complete Random Design (CRD) with factorial using two factors, repeated four times and each repitition contained 4 samples. The main results of this research had shown that  The treatment of VW medium and elicitor Saccharomyces cerevisiae 25 mg Dry Matter/L had produced the highest content of Papain.

The Influence of Immersion Duration and Organic Growing Organics on Sugar Cane (Saccharum omcinarum L) Growth and Yield

Nisak, Fauziatun, Pratiwi, Yeni Ika, Ali, Mahrus

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE Vol 1 No 1 (2017): September 2017
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The purpose of this research is to determine the influence of interaction between organic growth regulator concentration and immersion duration time, as well as the influence of each of these factors on germination sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L) cuttings. This study uses a randomized group design (RAK) with two factors, immersion duration (P) in 4 levels of P1 (1 minute), P2 (2 min), P 3 (3minutes), and P4 (4 minutes) and two levels of organic plant growth regulator (K), 4 cc/ liter, and 5 cc per liter of water, each treatment is repeated 3 times to obtain 24 treatments. The results reveals that a) There is a significant interaction effect due to immersion duration and concentrations of organic growth regulator to the observed variables: number of roots per plant, root length per plant, gross weight per plant and net weight per plant at the end of the observation b). Each factor of both immersion and concentration of organic plant growth provide significant influence on all the variables studied. 0). The highest value on all the variables observed is achieved by K2P4 treatment with concentration of 5 cc/liter and 4 minutes immersion; yet statistically, the optimum value is achieved by treatment K2P3 or influence of K2 and P3treatment.

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