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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition



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

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The Vegetative Performance of Two Local Upland Rice Cultivar Under Different Shading of Teak Planting

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AUTHOR(S)

Usman, Muhidin, Gusti Ray Sadimantara, Sitti Leomo, Dewi Nurhayati Yusuf

 

KEYWORDS

upland rice, teak plant, shade level, low irradiation, agroforestry.

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: The aim is to analyses the shading effect on the vegetative growth of rice cultivar under the teak stands. This research conducted in an experimental farm, the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Halu Oleo. The research designed in a split-plot design. The main plot was the different levels shade, and the second factor was different of cultivars. The main plot is the difference of shade under teak stands as follows: n1= 60%-80% shade level; n2= 40%-60% shade level; n3= 20%-40% shade level and n4 = 10%-20% shade level. While in subplot is the difference of upland rice cultivar i.e., (V1) = Labandiri and (V2) = Jangkobembe. The research revealed that the shading level has a significant effect on the plant height, leaf number and leaf area of Labandiri cultivar. While on the Jangkobembe cultivar, the different shading level only has a significant effect on leaf number parameter. The Jangkobembe has the cultivar that could be developed as tolerant cultivar for rice planting under the teak stand.

 

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