Pengaruh Beberapa Komposisi Substrat pada Budidaya Selada secara Hidroponik

Rudiyanto, Rudiyanto (2017) Pengaruh Beberapa Komposisi Substrat pada Budidaya Selada secara Hidroponik. Other thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    Abstract

    Lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) is a vegetable that has quite a bright prospect in the community. Lettuce cultivation today are facing a variety of problems one of which is a narrowing of the land. Hydroponic substrate can be a solution to the problem of limited land. Palm fiber is one substrate that could potentially be used for hydroponic medium. Palm fiber also has some weaknesses such as low-density substrate and easily weathered and damaged and required the addition of another substrate so that the density of palm fiber trunk can grow and be able to sustain the growth of lettuce plants. The aim of this research is in order to find the combination of substrate that has good ability for the cultivation of lettuce. The research was conducted from July to October 2016 at the screenhouse of Agriculture Faculty, Sebelas Maret University Surakarta. Treatment factors used are plant media compositions combination of substrate and palm fiber. Data were analyzed using analysis of variance and if there is a significant difference continued with Duncan Multiple (Duncan Multiple Range Test) level of 5%. The results showed differences in effect on crop planting medium. Fern count had the highest yield on a variable number of leaves, leaf area, chlorophyll content, root length and root volume. Zeolite 100% has the highest yield at high variable crop plant fresh weight and dry weight of plants.

    Item Type: Thesis (Other)
    Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
    S Agriculture > SB Plant culture
    Divisions: Fakultas Pertanian
    Fakultas Pertanian > Agroteknologi
    Depositing User: Luthfi Syam
    Date Deposited: 06 Apr 2017 14:44
    Last Modified: 06 Apr 2017 14:44
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/33321

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