The technology increasing rice production in Swampland

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The technology increasing rice production in Swampland

Idawanni, Fenty Ferayanti
Int. J. Agron. Agri. Res.13( 3), 11-15, September 2018.
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The study was to analyzed the technology increasing rice production on marginal. The study was conducted in Monmata Village, Krueng Sabee Sub-district, Aceh Jaya District with an assessment area of ± 5 ha. This assessment was conducted from February to December 2017, but for field activities commenced in May according to the local farmer’s planting schedule, involving farmer groups at the site of activity. Randomized block design was arranged with 3 replications and  1 factor. The were is Inpara 2, Inpara 3, Inpara 8 Inpara 9, Inpari 34 dan Inpari 35. Treatment and farmers as replication so that the number of study plots as many as 18 units. Sampling was done in every plot of 10 plants. Parameters are heigh plant, number of tillage, Length every panicles, Number of Grain every panicle, Number of Grain Content every panicles, The Number of Grains of does not contains every panicle, Weight 1000 Grains, weight grains on Hectare, Resistance to disease. The result showed that the Inpara 2 gave the highest yield of 5.29 ton ha-1 followed by Inpara 3 with yield of 5.1 ton ha-1 and Inpari 35 4.85 ton ha-1. From the six varieties of Inpara 2, Inpara 3 and Inpari 35, both to be developed in lowland rice field in Aceh Jaya District.


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