POLLINATORS AND FERTILIZATION EFFECTS ON SEED YIELD AND BULB OF UNION (Alium cepa L)

Pardjo, Y.V. and Sulandjari, and Sunu, Pratignya and Nelvi, (2012) POLLINATORS AND FERTILIZATION EFFECTS ON SEED YIELD AND BULB OF UNION (Alium cepa L). Journal of Biotechnology and Biodiversity. pp. 17-22. ISSN 2087-0183

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    Abstract

    he use of tubers as seed onion crops require a long storage time prior to planting, require the amount of weight and volume are great for planting in the area of cultivation, as well as hard to be distributed among regions. Another alternative in onion cultivation practice is to use the seeds (True Shallot Seed). Constraints in the production of TSS is very prominent is that no simultaneous flowering and needed the help of pollinators or insect pollinators to increase its seedset. Green flies and honey bees are pollinate many flowers play a role in the onion. This study aims to gain the kind of effective pollinators helps in enhancing pollination and seed yield evaluate nutrient intake to increased seed yield and bulb onions. Intake nutrients with inorganic and organic, as well as pollinators with honey bees and green flies. To stimulate flowering vernalisation done. Conclusion: Mutiara Inorganic fertilizers and fertilizer Organic Compound Super-MS with each dose of 150 kg / ha and 1t/ha, increasing the number of tillers, number of flowers per umbel, seed weight per umbel, and the dry weight of tubers per hectar. Vernalisation accelerate flowering and number of flowers and number of flowers per umbel. Bee pollinators and green flies effectively increase the number of seeds per umbel and seed weight per umbel.

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
    Divisions: Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat - LPPM
    Depositing User: Dyah Pratiwi
    Date Deposited: 26 Apr 2014 20:01
    Last Modified: 26 Apr 2014 20:01
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/13698

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