World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
An Official Publication of Society for Advance Healthcare Research (Reg. No. : 01/01/01/31674/16)
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Abstract

RESPONSE OF GROWTH AND YIELD OF OKRA (ALBEMOSCHUS ESCULENTUS (L.) MOENCH) AGAINST VARIOUS COLORS OF PLASTIC MULCH AND GOAT MANURE

Arif Anwar, Rahmi Dwi Handayani Rambe, Aldywaridha, Mahyuddin, Yenni Asbur*, Yayuk Purwaningrum and Mahyu Danil

ABSTRACT

This study aimed to determine the growth response and okra plant results on various colors of plastic mulch and goat manure. The study was conducted in Namorambe, Deli Serdang District from February 2017 until June 2017. The study used Split Plot Design in a randomized complete block design with three replications and two factors. The main plot is a plastic mulch color (W) consisting of three levels, namely: silver (W1), black (W2), and transparent (W3). The subplot is a dosage of goat manure (K) consisting of four levels, namely: 0 t/Ha (K0), 10 t /Ha (K1), 15 t/Ha (K2), and 20 t/Ha (K3). The results showed the use of plastic mulch colors and goat manure dose did not affect the growth of okra, but affects okra yield. The pattern of the relationship between the growth of okra and the okra yields a quadratic line equation. The yield of okra is more influenced by the height of plant compared with the number of leaves based on the value of its determinant coefficient (R2).

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