The Response of Five Maize Varieties on Fertilizer Package Application in Suboptimal Land North Lombok, Indonesia

Authors : Wahyu Astiko; Agus. Rohyadi; Mery Windarningsih; Irwan Muthahanas

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 11 - November

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Efforts to improve maize yield are a problem in suboptimal land due to biophysical constraints in the form of poor water, nutrients, and organic matter. This study aims to determine the yield response of five varieties of maize treated with organic fertilization packages (15 tons/ha of cattle manure), inorganic (Urea 300 kg/ha, and Phonska 200 kg/ha), and mycorrhizal biofertilizers (1.5 tons/ha). In the suboptimal land of North Lombok. The research was conducted in the West Pemenang Village, Pemenang District, North Lombok Regency. The experimental design used was a randomized block design with three repetitions and five treatments of maize varieties, namely V1 (P8IS variety), V2 (P8DPP variety), V3 (Gumarang variety), V4 (Lemuru variety), and V5 (Sukmaraga variety). Observation data were analyzed using analysis of variance (ANOVA) and further testing with the Honestly Significant Difference (HSD) at the 5% real level. The results showed that the Sukmaraga (V5) variety showed the best results in the application of organic, inorganic, and mycorrhizal biofertilizers in the suboptimal land of North Lombok.

Keywords : Maize, Fertilizer Package, Response, Suboptimal.


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