Endophytic Bacteria from Purwoceng as Steroid and Antipatogenic Compounds Producers

ESTATE CROPS INFO  – Purwoceng (Pimpinella pruatjan Molk.) is a commercial medicinal plant from Indonesia that is useful as an aphrodisiac, diuretic, and tonic. Purwoceng are known to produce some secondary metabolite compounds of phytosterol (stigmasterol, sitosterol, bergapten, ergosterol, amirin, and vitamin E). The quantity of phytosterol compounds isolated from this plant is very small, but […]

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Prospects of use Endophytic Bacteria Controlling Nematodes Pratylenchus brachyurus Plant Nilam

ESTATE CROPS NEWS – Root lesion nematode (Pratylenchus brachyurus) is an important pathogent of patchouli in Indonesia and causes sifnificant losses at several main patchouli central productions such as Aceh, North Sumatra, West Sumatra, Bengkulu, West Java and Central Java. Some control measures, i.e. nematicides, cultural practices, and organic matter amendment, have not given satisfactory result in managing nematode population […]

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Potency of Endophytic Bacteria of the Bitter King

ESTATE CROPS NEWS – Endophytic bacteria live within healthy plant tissue and play important roles, such as producing compounds of plant growth regulators substances such as IAA, GA3, and Cytokinin. The aims of this research is to evaluate the potential of endophytic bacteria to promote the growth, andrographolide content, and dry matter yield of king […]

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Development of fertilizer formula based on endophytic bacteria on sugarcane

ESTATE CROPS INNOVATION – Development of fertilizer formula based on endophytic bacteria on sugarcane is one of the estate technology innovations produced by the Indonesian Center for Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD), IAARD, Ministry of Agriculture in 2011. Developed biological fertilizers generally utilize endophytic bacteria. Six isolates of N-fixing bacteria have been tested their survival […]

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Jurnal Littri ICECRD Vol. 17 No. 1, 2011

Table of Contents: Growth of Four Promissing Vanila Clones (Vanilla planifolia) at Different Physiological Stages and Inter-nodes Positions (Sukarman); Effectiveness of endophytic bacteria to control Pratylenchus brachyurus nematode on patchouli (Rita Harni, Supramana, Meity S. Sinaga, Giyanto and Supriadi); Optimation of DNA isolation and purification techniques on Reutalis trisperma (Blanco) Airy Shaw (Syafaruddin and Tri […]

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