Formulation Of Trichoderma Biological Agent To Control BPB In Pepper Plants

PLANTATION NEWS – Stem rot (BPB) on pepper (piper nigrum) is a soil contagion which is difficult to know. Withering symptoms that occur in pepper plants are generally an advanced stage of infection. The use of biological agents that can be applied in the soil around the roots of pepper is considered an efficient approach to reduce […]

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Prospect of Fertigation for Nutrient Management on Pepper Cultivation

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Pepper is classified as nutrient demanding crop. In the field cultivation practices, 20-50% of the total cost of input production is for fertilizer provision. Therefore,  nutrient management is  the key to improve pepper cultivation efficiency in the field. Currently, fertilization practices in pepper cultivation in the field are lack of synchronization between […]

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Strategy in Increase Productivity of Black Pepper With High Supports, Intensified Pruning and Its Adoption Possibility in Indonesia

Estate Crops News – Black pepper is an important and traditional export commodity of Indonesia. The mean productivity of Indonesian black pepper is low (< 1 ton/ha) which is much lower than those of other producing countries such as Vietnam, Brazil and Malaysia. There are number factors influencing the low productivity of black pepper vines […]

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Perspektif ICECRD Vol. 8 No. 1, 2009

TABEL OF CONTENTS Management of Soil-Born Diseases to Sustain the Greatness of Temanggung District as the Center Producer of Temanggung Tobacco; (Titiek Yulianti) Integrated Control of Foot Rot Disease of Black Pepper; (Dono Wahyuno) The Implementation of IPM Technology on Small Estate Farm Commodities; (Adang Agustian and Benny Rachman) SResearch Status on Insect Vector of […]

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