Consortium Of Biological Agents To Control Root Rot Disease Of Pepper Stems

ESTATE CROPS INFO – The application of B. cepacia biological agent products can be applied to nurseries (pepper seeds), so that when planted in the field, this biological agent is already present in the roots of the pepper as protection against pathogens. Application with 10 ml / liter of this biological agent can also be done […]

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Pathogenic Blonde Fungus Is Important In Pepper Plants

ICECRD NEWS – Mushrooms blonde S. pseudopedicellatum that live in symbiosis with fleas shell Unaspis sp., Is a cause blight disease velvet ( velvet blight ) on pepper plants. Prior to 2000, this disease was a disease that was not detrimental or not an obstacle to pepper production in West Kalimantan, so it was not controlled. The increase in the price of pepper […]

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Formulation Of Trichoderma Biological Agent To Control BPB In Pepper Plants

ICECRD 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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Potency of Endophytic Bacteria from Black Pepper as Phosphate Solubilization, Nitrogen Fixation and IAA Production

ICECRD PUBLICATIONS – The potential of endophytic bacteria to promote plant growth has been already well known. However, research on indigenous endophytic bacteria from wild or cultivated pepper plants are still limited.  The research was conducted in Microbiology Laboratory and Glass House of Research Institute for Spice and Medicinal Crops, Bogor, West Java  from June […]

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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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Technical and Financial Performance of Bushy-Pepper Cultivation in the New Development Area at Banyumas District, Central Java

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Bushy-pepper is a modification of pepper farming technology without using the climbed pole. The research about bushy pepper had been carried out by many people but had not massively developed in pepper production center. The purpose of this research is to analyze the technical and financial performance of pepper cultivation in […]

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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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Effect of Colchicine on the Phenothypic Performance of Pepper (Piper nigrum L.) Mutant and Ploidy Analysis

Estate Crops News – Genetic variability of pepper (Piper nigrum) in Indonesia was low, so it was needed to increase its variability. Research was conducted at the green house of Indonesian Spices and Medicinal Crops Research Institute, Bogor from January 2012 to June 2013.

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Challenges And Planting Material Provision of Technology Readiness Support Increasing National Productivity of Black Pepper (Piper nigrum L.)

ESTATE CROPS NEWS  – Low productivity of Indonesian black pepper is coused most farmers use low quality of black pepper seed. The use of improved seed quality is a key in improving crop productivity and farmers’ income. Yielding of black pepper varieties have been produced, but the distribution and adoption is still very limited.

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