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Limbah Baglog Jamur Tiram Putih sebagai Kompos pada Cabai Rawit (Capsicum Frutescens L.) Var. Hiyung
2021  //  DOI: 10.30598/jbdp.2021.17.1.83
Nur H. D. Ayu, Jumar Jumar, Noorkomala Sari

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Chili pepper is a plant that is favored by the community because its fruit has a spicy taste, so it is widely cultivated by farmers. One of the Chili pepper varieties in Indonesia is Hiyung cayenne pepper which originally comes from Hiyung Village of Tapin Tengah District, Tapin Regency, South Kalimantan. In plant-cultivation, fertilization has an important role to meet the nutrient needs of plants. Fertilization to reduce environmental pollution can be done by using organic fertilizers, for example by giving compost of white oyster mushroom planting media waste (baglog). The purpose of this study was to know the effect and the best dose of application of white oyster mushroom baglog waste compost on the growth of cayenne pepper (Capsicum frutescens L.) variety Hiyung. The research was carried out in February-May 2020, at the Hortibun Agroecotechnology Experimental Field, Faculty of Agriculture, Lambung Mangkurat University. The method used in this study was a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with one factor. The treatments tested consisted of: k0 = control (without baglog waste compost) or 0 tons/ha; k1 = 5 tons/ha of baglog waste compost or 125 g/planting hole; k2 = 10 tons/ha of mushroom baglog waste compost or 250 g/planting hole, k3 = 15 tons/ha of mushroom baglog waste compost or 375 g/planting hole; and k4 = 20 tons/ha of baglog compost waste or 500 g/ planting hole. The treatment was repeated 4 times so that there were 20 experimental units. The results on the parameters of plant height, number of leaves, and productive branches showed that the application of white oyster mushroom baglog waste compost had an effect on the growth of cayenne pepper variety Hiyung. The best treatment recommendation was the K3 treatment (15 tons/ha or 375 g/planting hole) which was able to increase plant height by 55.9%; number of leaves 88.2%; and 160% productive branch compared to control at 42 days after planting.
Keywords: Hiyung cayenne chilli, baglog waste compost, organic fertilizer, vegetative stage
 

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