PENGARUH PEMBERIAN LIMBAH KULIT KOPI (Coffea robusta L.) TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN CABAI KERITING (Capsicum annum L.)

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Zainal Berlian Syarifah Syarifah Devi Selvia Sari

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Curly chili (Capsicum annum L.) is a kind of vegetable commodities which very demand among the Indonesian because of its spicy taste that can be used as a flavoring dishes and has a high economic value. The goal of this study is to determine the effect of bark compost coffee (Coffea robusta) in growing media on the growth and development of plants curly chili (Capsicum annum L.) and severe skin compost coffee (Coffea robusta) which gives the maximum growth of the plant curly chili (Capsicum annum L.). This research is conducted in the Laboratory Science UIN Raden Fatah Palembang by using experimental methods and completely randomized design (CRD) consisting of 4 treatments and 6 replications treatment namely: P0 = Without the addition of compost the coffee (Coffea robusta ) (control), P1= Adding compost the coffee (Coffea robusta) 30 grams, P2= Adding compost the coffee (Coffea robusta) 60 grams , P3 = Addition of compost skin (Coffea robusta) coffee 90 grams. Data are analyzed by F test followed by a test BJND (Difference Distance Real Duncan). The parameters of this study are plant height, number of leaves (pieces), the amount of fruit, and fruit weight. The results show that the addition of compost the coffee (Coffea robusta) 90 grams (treatment P3) gives a very real effect on the growth of plant height, number of leaves, number of fruits, and also fruit weight. The conclusion is compost the coffee (Coffea robusta) gives effect to the addition of compost and bark coffee (Coffea robusta) 90 grams provides maximum growth and development of the plant curly chili (Capsicum annum L.).

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Berlian, Z., Syarifah, S., & Sari, D. (2015). PENGARUH PEMBERIAN LIMBAH KULIT KOPI (Coffea robusta L.) TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN CABAI KERITING (Capsicum annum L.). Jurnal Biota, 1(1), 22-32. Retrieved from http://jurnal.radenfatah.ac.id/index.php/biota/article/view/382
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