Efektivitas Pupuk Hayati pada Pertumbuhan dan Komponen Hasil Brokoli

Shandra Amarillis, . Sugiyanta


Broccoli (Brassica oleracea L.var. Italica) is one of the important vegetables that requires high macro nutrient input. Therefore, the provision of both macro, micro and microbial nutrient inputs for compost enhancement is needed to support the growth and cultivation of cultivated plants.This study aims to determine the best dosage of biofertilizer+ NPK fertilizers for growth and yield components of broccoli. The experiment was carried out at the IPB Pasir Sarongge Experiment field, Pacet, Cianjur, West Java. Treatment was arranged in 7 levels of fertilization, namely: without the application of biofertilizer tested but standard NPK fertilized (P0), biofertilizer comparison standard + 1 dose of NPK (P1), biofertilizer + 1 dose of NPK (P2), biofertilizer + 0.75 doses of NPK (P3), biofertilizer + 0.5 dose of NPK (P4), biofertilizer + 0.25 doses of NPK (P5), biofertilizer (P6). The results showed that the application of biofertilizer at a dose of 2 Lha-1 application combined with a dose of 0.75 NPK resulted the highest growth, number ofleaves, and yield components of broccoli compared the control treatment. The treatment was also the most economically effective.

Keywords: crop diameter, fungtional microorganisms, yield components

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29244/chj.2.3.65-70


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