E3S Web Conf.
Volume 142, 2020The 3rd International Conference on Agricultural and Life Sciences (ICALS 2019)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Agriculture and Food Sciences|
|Published online||21 January 2020|
THE CHLOROPHYLL CONTENT, WEIGHT LOSS, AND PRODUCTION OF PAKCOY IN SEVERAL FARMING SYSTEM
Yogyakarta Assessment Institute of Agricultural Technology (AIAT)
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The research about the chlorophyll content, weight loss, and production of pakcoy in several farming system has been conducted in Yogyakarta AIAT in Juni – December 2016. The experimental design used was a Randomized Block Design with four treatments and six replications. The treatment used were four pakcoy farming system ie. beds, verticulture, polybags, and hydroponics. The results showed that: 1) The beds and hydroponic farming system produce the highest chlorophyll content compared to the other two treatments (0.64 mg / 100g). 2) On 1 - 5 days after harvest, beds farming system had the highest shrinkage (40 - 80%). 3) The hydroponic farming system produce the lowest weight loss after 5 day harvest (20%) .4) From the physical appearance, on the sixth day after harvest, pakcoy plants in all ways of farming not suitable for consumption. 5) The verticulture farming system produce the highest total harvest weight compared to the other three farming system ie. 5.91 kg /2m2. 5) The verticulture farming system produce the highest total harvest weight compared to the other three farming system ie. 5.91 kg / 2m2.
Key words: Pakcoy / farming system / chlorophyll content / weight loss / production
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