Concentration of Liquid Organic Fertilizer and Plant Spacing on Bean Growth and Production.


Problems encountered in developing the cultivation of beans, the high use of inorganic fertilizer at the farmer level is not appropriate spacing one effort to increase bean production is to use the right spacing and use of liquid organic fertilizer. The purpose of this study was to analize the concentration of liquid Nasa organic fertilizer dosage and the appropriate spacing of plant spacing on the growth and production of beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L). The research was conducted Karang Jaya village, Namlea District, Buru Regency, the implementation of the study began from March to May 2019. This study used a Randomized Block Design (RBD) which was arranged in fact from two factors with three replications. The first factor of spacing (J) consists of three levels, namely 20×60 cm, 30×60 cm and 40×60 cm. The second factor is the concentration of liquid organic fertilizer (C) which consists of three levels, namely control(without treatment), 40 ml/liter of water and 50 ml/liter of water. Data of research factors were analyzed by statistical analysis. If there is a real difference the real or very fluid, then continued with the Honest Value Difference Test (BNJ)(0.05). The results showed that the concentration of liquid Nasa organic fertilizer with a dose of 40 ml/liter of water with a spacing of 40×60 cm gives an average value the highest average was observed by tall plants 172.13 cm, number of young pods was 31.69 fruits pod length of 12.50 cm and production of fresh adash were 5.53 kg.

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  • Leisa Armstrong, Edith Cowan University, Australia
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