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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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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Evaluation of Productivity, Fiber Fineness, and Tolerance to Insect Pests of F7 Cotton Lines with Brown Fiber

Estate Crops News – Coloured cotton has been used since 3400-2300 BC.  Historically, it has been used prior to allotetraploid cotton which are now planted (G. hirsutum dan G. barbadense) of which some have brown and green fiber. The use of coloured cotton is environmentally friendly, and the demand for it will be increasing in […]

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Sugarcane Productivity and Yield Increased with Sprouting Physiological Engineering

ESTATE CROPS NEWS – Sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.) was one of the strategic commodity, because it was used as raw material for various industries such as sugar, ethanol, amino acids, organic acids and foodstuffs. Therefore, development and improvement of productivity programs became the priority.

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Identification of Morpho-Physiological Characters Determining Yield in Cashew Nut

ESTATE CROPS NEWS – Cashew productivity in Indonesia is still low, due to improper cultivation technique and the use of unimproved varieties. Crop yield is determined by several morpho-physiological characters such as leaf area, leaf thickness, the number of stomata, the rate of photosynthesis, chlorophyll content, relative water content (RWC), and leaf osmotic potential.

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Jurnal Littri ICECRD Vol. 16 No. 1, 2010

TABEL OF CONTENTS Effect of  Medium Composition on Calli Growth and Tannin Content from Leaves of West Indian Elm  (Guazuma ulmifolia Lamk.) through in vitro Culture; Morphologies and Yield Performances of 60 Selected Genotypes of Physic nut (Jatropha curcas L.) at Pakuwon Experimental Station, Sukabumi; Criterion of Marker Selection of Fresh Shoot and Asiaticoside Productivity […]

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