Efforts To Ground Ground Sugarcane Cultivation Technology Innovations Support Sugar Self-Sufficiency

PLANTATION INFO – Economic feasibility study to convince farmers that the cultivation technology package implemented is feasible and profitable. The increase in income was due to the higher sugarcane production compared to single planting systems, double planting and non-cooperative non-cooperative farmers reaching 1.44 with a BC ratio of 3.02. From the calculation results of the farming […]

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Mutant Planlet Formation of Sugarcane Tolerant Sodium Chloride Through In Vitro Selection and Mutation

ICECRD PUBLICATIONS – The needs of sugarcane continue to increase so extensification of farming is needed to meet the demand. However, the available land is the sub-optimal land such as saline land. For this reason, salinity tolerant varieties are needed. To used create sugarcane varieties that are tolerant to salinity stress induction mutation technology using […]

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Induced Mutation Using Colchicine and in Vitro Selection Using Polyethylene Glycol for Drought-Tolerant Sugarcane

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Creating of varieties can be done through mutation breeding at the cellular level, combined with in vitro selection. This research was conducted at the UPBUP from January until December 2017 to find out colchicine concentration and treatment duration which effectively produced tolerant mutant through in vitro drought selection using polyethylene glycol (PEG). […]

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The Effect of Plastic Mulch Period on White Grubs Population and Productivity of Sugar Cane

ESTATE CROPS INFO – The period of using plastic mulch on white grubs population and productivity of sugar cane at white grubs endemic area was conducted in Banyuputih Village, Situbondo on planting season of 2014/2015. Treatment consisted of 5 plastic mulch period (1) Before raining (SBH), (2) One day after rainfall, 14 mm (1 HSH), […]

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Improvement of Cane Yield and Sugar Yield of Sugarcane (Sacharrum officinarum) Through Maintaining Ratoon

Estate Crops News – The level of sugarcane yield in dry land or rainfed generally still low at 40 to 50 tons per hectare. Farmers prefer maintenance of sugarcane than unloading ratoon cane (RC). This can be understood because unloading RC requires high cost, especially in the purchase of seed cane and tillage. Approach through […]

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Organik Matter: It’s Role in Sustainable Farming of Sugarcane

ESTATE CROPS NEWS – Organik matter has an important role in determining soil health of sugarcane, i.e. soil capacity to support sugarcane to produce sustainable high yield. Soil organic matter influences soil physical, chemical, and biological properties, so that a consequence of declining soil organic matter is poorer soil fertility and lower yield.

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Adaptation Test of Superior Varieties Sugarcane in Dryland Agroecological Conditions

Estate Crops News – Selection of new superior varieties adapted to dry agroecology was a wise move to support the development of sugarcane. In general, the land thus fulfilled its water from the rain. Therefore we need a strategy for optimizing the production of sugarcane by eliminating barriers. In fiscal year 2012 research activities was  […]

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Callus Induction and Plant Regeration of Two Sugarcane Varieties (Saccharum officinarum L.) through In Vitro

Estate Crops News – Generally, sugarcane propagation was done by vegetative cuttings. The technique had limitation of producing seeds in a large scale. In order to increase productivity of sugarcane, it is required to provide sugarcane seeds in large scale.

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