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Title: Respon Pertumbuhan dan Produksi Tanaman Jagung Manis (Zea Mays Saccharata Sturt) terhadap Pemberian Poc Air Kelapa dan Kompos Ampas Teh
Other Titles: Response of Growth and Production of Sweet Corn (Zea Mays Saccharata Sturt) to Giving Poc Coconut Water and Tea Dregs Compost
Authors: Sitompul, Marco Yosep Fantra
Keywords: tanaman jagung manis
POC air kelapa
kompos ampas teh
sweet corn (zea)
coconut water POC
tea pulp compost
Issue Date: 7-Feb-2019
Publisher: Universitas Medan Area
Series/Report no.: NPM;148210038
Abstract: Respon Pertumbuhan Dan Produksi Tanaman Jagung Manis (Zea Mays Saccharata Sturt) Terhadap Pemberian POC Air Kelapa Dan Kompos Ampas Teh. Di bawah bimbingan Ir. Erwin Pane, MS selaku ketua dan Ir. Asmah Indrawaty, MP selaku anggota pembimbing. Penelitian dilakukan di Kebun Percobaan Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Medan Area, Jalan Kolam No. 1 Medan Estate, dengan ketinggian 22 m dpl, topografi datar, dan jenis tanah alluvial, dilaksanakan sejak Juni s/d September 2018. Penelitian menggunakan rancangan acak kelompok (RAK) Faktorial dengan dua faktor, yaitu POC Air Kelapa (K0 = Kontrol (tanpa perlakuan) ; K1 = POC Air Kelapa 50 ml/L ; K2 = POC Air Kelapa 100 ml/L ; K3 = POC Air Kelapa 150 ml/L) dan faktor pemberian kompos ampas teh (K0 = Kontrol (tanpa perlakuan) ; K1 = Kompos Ampas Teh 5 Ton/Ha ; K2= Kompos Ampas Teh 10 Ton/Ha ; K3 = Kompos Ampas Teh 15 Ton/Ha, diulang dua kali. Parameter yang diamati yaitu tinggi tanaman, jumlah daun, diameter batang, produksi tanaman sampel per plot, produksi tanaman per plot. Hasil ini menunjukkan bahwa pemberian POC Air Kelapa tidak berpengaruh nyata terhadap semua perlakuan dan pemberian kompos ampas the berpengaruh nyata terhadap tinggi tanaman, produksi tanaman sampel per plot, produksi tanaman per plot tetapi tidak berpengaruh terhadap jumlah daun dan diameter batang serta kombinasi antara POC air kelapa dan kompos ampas teh tidak berpengaruh nyata terhadap seluruh perlakuan. Respone of the growth and production of sweet corn (zea) to giving coconut water POC and tea pulp compost. Thesis. Under guidance of Ir. Erwin Pane, MS as a leader and Ir. Asmah Indrawaty, MP as a member. The research cobducted in Trial Garden of Agriculture Faculty of Medan Area University, Kolam Street no 1 Medan Estate. Height 22 m dpl. Plat topografi and alluvial soil type was done since June up to September 2018. The research is using Random Designing Group (RAK). Factorial with two factors, such as coconut water POC (K0 = Control (purn) ; K1 = coconut water POC 50 ml/L ; K2 = coconut water POC 100 ml/L ; K3 = coconut water POC 150 ml/L) and the giving factors of tea pulp compost (K0 = Control (purn) ; K1 = tea pulp compost 5 Ton/Ha ; K2= tea pulp compost 10 Ton/Ha ; K3 = tea pulp compost 15 Ton/Ha). Repeatedly twice. Parameter who observed are the height of the plant, leaf amount, diameter of the stem, the sample each plot of plant production, plant production each plot. The result of this research is two show that the giving of coconut water POC is not really influencing to the treatment and giving of the tea pulp compost to the treatment and giving of the tea pulp compost is really influencing to the height of the plant, the sample of plant production each plot, plant production each plot but not really influence to the leaf amount and diameter of stem as well as combination among coconut water POC and tea pulp compost is not influencing to all treatments.
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URI: http://repository.uma.ac.id/handle/123456789/18469
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