Karakter Agronomi dan Toleransi Varietas Cabai Merah Akibat Genangan pada Fase Generatif
Keywords:Agronomic character, red chilli, tolerance, waterlogging.
Susilawati et al., 2012. Agronomic Characteristics and Tolerance of Red Chili Varieties under Water Logging Stress during Generative Phases. JLSO 1(1):22-30.
The research objective wasÂ to evaluate the responses of growth and tolerance of red chilli under waterlogging stress during generative phases. Experiments were conducted in villageÂ Â Alang-alang Lebar Palembang, South Sumatra, from AprilÂ to November 2010. Experimental design used was split plot with three replications. The main plot was waterlogging for 1, 2, 3 and 4 days. The subplot wasÂ red chili varieties consisted of Kiyo F1, Bravo F1, Taro F1, Lembang 1, Laris, Riawan, Mario and Kusuma. The results showed that the maximum period of waterlogging Â of Red chilli plants in the generative phase was three days. Increased duration of waterloggingduring the generative phase significantly decreased the ability of plants to survive, the number of live plants, Â plant height and the number of branches. Based on the agronomic characteristics found in the study, the variety that is the most Â tolerant to Â waterlogging Â during the generative phase was Kiyo F1.
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