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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 6, June 2018 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Combination Microorganism As Local Bio Activator Compost Kirinyuh

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AUTHOR(S)

Riama Rita Manullang, Rusmini dan Daryono

 

KEYWORDS

compost, bioactivator, local microorganism, nutrient

 

ABSTRACT

Efforts that can be made to limit nutrient losses and restore fertility of yan is by recycling organic waste such as crop residues, crop residues or residual crop residues even from weed plants.The result of recycling of organic waste is returned to the land either directly or after being processed into compost or fermented.This type of fertilizer serves as a benefactor of nutrients useful for the improvement of soil structure. Many composting processes can be accelerated by the addition of activators in the form of microorganisms that can accelerate the decomposition process of organic waste. This biotivator can be derived from local microorganisms (MOL).MOL is a fermented liquid that uses locally accessible resources. One of the natural resources that can be utilized in making MOL by mixing ingredients from the golden snail, banana hump, rumen cow and fruit waste. This MOL contains bacteria of organic matter, plant growth stimulants, pest control agents, and nutrients needed by plants. This research aims to: To make bioactivator and produce compost from kirinyuh which is rich in nutrients with the help of bio-activator of local mkroorganismeThe materials used in this research are the making of MOL is banana hump, fruit waste, golden snail, cow rumen, cow urine, coconut water, rice laundry water (leri), shrimp paste, brown sugar for MOL I. whereas For MOL II only distinguished by using white sugar .. Mol is made by fermentation. After the mole, it is continued with the maker of compost fertilizer with kirinyuh plant material, bran and fertilizer. Cage Making MOL is done in Laboratoriuam Production of State Agricultural Polytechnic of Samarinda.Based on the results of physical observations of compost kirinyuh on the 10th day (10) compost has been so with the characteristics of black, smelly soil, crumb texture while the chemical analysis of nutrients on the compost kirinyuh with bioactivator mole combination at each treatment is as followsK1M2 (N 1.37%, C organic fertilizer 29.31%, C 1M1 (N 1.45%, organic C 26.17%, C / N ratio 18.01%, P2O5 0.74%, K20 0.38%, Cao 10.47%, MgO 0.19%, pH 7.14), K1M2 (N 1.37%,, organic C 29.83% Ratio C / N 21.77%, P2O5 2.40%, K20 0.98%, Cao 10.90%, MgO 0.19%, pH 7.82), K2M1 (N 1.17%, C organic 22.90%, C / N ratio 19.57, P2O5 1.83%, K20 0.34%, Cao 10.90%, MgO 0.39%, pH 7.02), K2M2 (N 0.90%, C organic 23.17%, C / N ratio 25.74, P2O5 1.27%, K20 0.24%, Cao 10.69%, MgO 0.19%, pH 7.22), K3M1 (N 1.32%, C organic 19.72%, Ratio C / N 14.94, P2O5 3.81%, K20 0.45%, Cao 12.40%, MgO 0.39%, pH 8.04), while K3M2 (N 1.33%, C organic 21.60%, Ratio C / N 16.24, P2O5 4.07%, K20 0.98%, Cao 9.83%, MgO 0.19%, pH 8.38).

 

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