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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 1, January 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Growth Analysis Of Transplanted Sugarcane Bud Chips Seedling In The Dry Land

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AUTHOR(S)

Wawan Sulistiono, Taryono, Prapto Yudono, Irham

 

KEYWORDS

Sugarcane, bud chips, dry land, growth; CGR, NAR.

 

ABSTRACT

Growth of sugarcane transplanted bud chips seedlings in the dry land was assessed during 2014-2015 under different levels of interrow spacing i.e. 30 x 100, 45 x 100, 60 x 100, and 75 x 100 cm. The interrow spacing of 60 and 75 cm resulted in an increase in leaf area significantly compared with 30 and 45 cm interrow spacing. Widening the space of up to 75cm did not significantly decrease the leaf area index (LAI) compared with the row space of 30 cm in the grand growth phase and the maturity phase. Planting at interrow spacing of 60 to 75 cm in rainfed dryland produced the highest the crops growth rate (CGR) and net assimilation rate (NAR) in the clones of PS864, KK, BL, and VMC during the early phase of maturity, i.e. 8-9 months after planting.

 

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