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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 9, September 2017 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



P Status In Andisol And P Content In Arabica Coffee Seedling Leaves Due To The Application Of Phosphate Providing Microorganisms And Organic Matters In Bener Meriah District

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AUTHOR(S)

Hifnalisa, Asmarlaili, S., T. Sabrina, T. Chairun Nisa

 

KEYWORDS

Andisol, arabica coffee seedling, organic matter, P content, phosphate providing microorganisms, P status.

 

ABSTRACT

Bener Meriah district is one of the arabica coffee producing regions in Indonesia. Most of arabica coffee in Bener Meriah district grown on Andisol. Generally, the availability of P in Andisol is very low. Phosphate providing microorganisms and organic matters can be used to increase Andisol P availability. The objective of this study was to examine the effect of the application of phosphate providing microorganisms and organic matters on P status in Andisol and P content in arabica coffee seedlings leaves in Bener Meriah district. The experiment used a randomized block design that consisted of two factors. Factor I was the application of phosphate providing microorganisms consisting of without microorganisms, Glomus sp., Kurthia sp., Corynebacterium sp., and Listeria sp. Factor II was the application of organic matters consisting of T. diversifolia and coffee bean skins. The results of the study showed that Glomus sp., Kurthia sp., Corynebacterium sp., and Listeria sp. decreased soil P-retention by 2.38, 5.12, 7.48, 9.17% respectively, increased soil P-available by 24.85, 36.03, 52.79, 77.33% respectively, and increased P-content in the arabica coffee seedling leaves by 22.22, 33.33, 37.03,72.27% respectively, compared to without the application of microorganisms. The application of coffee bean skins resulted in lower soil P-retention, higher soil P-available and P-content in arabica coffee seedling leaves than T. diversifolia. The application of Listeria sp.-coffee bean skins resulted in the lowest soil P-retention, the highest soil P-available and P-content in arabica coffee seedlings leaves.

 

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