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Volume 232, 2021International Conference on Agribusiness and Rural Development (IConARD 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||25 January 2021|
Study on Adaptation of Soybean under The Coconut
BPTP Sulut- jln Kalasey Sulut Agricultural Campus
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Problem is that the sunlight passing through the coconut canopy is limited for photosynthesis. The purpose of this study was to measure the performance of the Anjasmoro variety technology package among coconuts. This research was conducted in North Minahasa in 2018. Field trials to test soybeans under the shade of coconut and without shade. Each treatment was repeated at 15 blocks. Technology Package The technology tested included soybean seeds planted at 15 x 40cm spacing. Basic fertilization is applied 50 kg urea, 75 kg SP36 and 150 KCL / ha. Pest or disease control follows the concept of integrated pest control. The data collected included agronomic performance and yield. The collected data were statistically tested using T (test). The results of the analysis showed that the plant height of 70.6 cm Anjasmoro variety was not significant with soybeans planted on land without shade. But the number of branches (2.1) was significantly lower than the soybean without shade. The number of soybean pods under the shade of 32 pods of coconut was lower and significantly different from the soybean without shade. The soybean yield among the coconuts was 900 kg/ha lower than the soybean without shade, 1,315 kg/ha.
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