PENGARUH TAKARAN PUPUK ORGANIK CAIR TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN TANAMAN SAWI CAISIM (Brassica Juncea L) DI POLIBAG
This study aimed to determine the effect of liquid organic fertilizer on improving growth and yield of mustard greens (Brassica juncea, L.), planted in randomized block design (RBD) with one treatment factor. Factors tested were dose Liquid Organic Fertilizer (LOC) which consists of cow dung A0 = control (no treatment), A1 = Liquid Organic Fertilizer Cattle manure 10 cc/liter of water, A2 = Liquid Organic Fertilizer Cattle manure 15 cc/liter of water, and A3 = Liquid Organic Fertilizer 20 cc/liter of water. The treatment level test was repeated 3 times to have 12 sets of experiment. Each set consisted of 12 mustard green plants . The data were further analyzed using variance procedure and continued using the Honest Significant Difference (HSD) test at the level of 0.05%. The results showed that, the application of Liquid Organic Fertilizer doses gave different responses in the growth and production of mustard greens. Organic Liquid Fertilizer of 15 cc/liter of water produces increased plant height, number and width of leaves and the wet weight of plants.
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