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Volume 306, 2021The First International Conference on Assessment and Development of Agricultural Innovation (1st ICADAI 2021)
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|Published online||24 September 2021|
Agronomic characteristics and shallot production in Tomohon city, North Sulawesi
Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology of North Sulawesi Province, Kalasey, Manado, Indonesia
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The research aims to study the agronomic characteristics and production of shallots on three different varieties. The study used a Randomized Block Design using 3 varieties, Lansuna, Bima Brebes, and Trisula, with 5 replications. Fertilization based on the recommendations of the Vegetable Research Institute is manure 5 t ha-1, Ponska 600 kg ha-1, KCl 150 t ha-1, and Fertifos 100 kg ha-1. Fertilization is done 4 times, first when planting, and when the plant is 15, 30, and 45 days after planting. Parameters in the form of plant height, number of leaves, number of seeds, the diameter of tubers, weight of fresh and dried tubers. Data analysis using ANOVA and Duncan’s Smallest Real difference test by 5%. The results showed that the height of the plant and the number of leaves of the Bima Brebes variety differed markedly with the varieties Trisula and Lansuna varieties. At the same time, the number of seeds indicates that Trisula differs markedly from Bima Brebes and Lansuna. The diameter of tubers shows Lansuna is significantly different from the Bima Brebes and Trisula. At the same time, the fresh weight and dry weight of Bima Brebes are significantly different from Lansuna and Trisula.
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