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Biofertilizer and system for upland rice production during off-season

By: Maribel L Fernandez, Boyet C Pattung

Key Words: Upland rice, Bio-fertilizers, Fermented plant juice, Indigenous microorganism, Kuhol amino acid

J. Bio. Env. Sci. 17(1), 1-9, July 2020.

Certification: jbes 2020 0291 [Generate Certificate]

Abstract

The research was conducted at Cagayan State University, Lal-lo, Cagayan, Philippines from June, 2017 to June, 2018 (dry season), to evaluate what bio-fertilizers is best for upland rice in terms of the following parameters: plant height, number of tillers, number of productive and non-productive tillers, length of panicles, number of filled and unfilled grains, weight of 1000 seeds, computed yield per hectare and gross margin analysis. The Randomized Complete Block Design was used in the study. The treatments used were Treatment 1- FPJ + KAA, Treatment 2- FPJ + IMO, Treatment 3- FPJ + CaCO3, Treatment 4- FPJ, Treatment 5- Control. Based from the results of the study, FPJ + IMO produced the best productive tiller, panicle length, filled grains, weight of 1000 seeds, yield per hectare and Return of Investment. Therefore, this bio-fertilizer or natural farming inputs is recommended to the farmers in the locality to obtain higher income. It is further recommended that another trial using different level of FPJ + IMO must be conducted during wet season for the comparative results.

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Maribel L Fernandez, Boyet C Pattung.
Biofertilizer and system for upland rice production during off-season.
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