KARYA ILMIAH

Pengarang
Muhammad Mukhtar
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The effect of cutting interval and cutting height on dry matter productivity were compare among 4 Pennisetumspecies, napiergrass, kinggrass, hybrid napiergrass and pearl millet in the established year to examined the suitable cutting practice for the productivity and persistence. The cutting interval were 60 and 90 days, and the cutting height were 0 and 30 cm above the ground. From the 4 species showed that, annual herbage dry matter yield (HDMY) was the highest in kinggrass followed by hybrid napiergrass, napiergrass and pearl mille, and was the higher in the plants at a 90-day interval and 0-cm height than at a 60-day interval and 30-cm height, respectively. The plants cut at a 90-day interval at a 0-cm height had the highest in mean tiller weight, crop growth rate, net assimilation rate and HDMY, but the lowest tiller number and percentage leaf blade to whole harvested plant. It can be concluded that, the correlation coefficients between HDMY and plant characters were positive for correlation for mean tiller weight, leaf area index and crop growth rate in all 4 species.and were negative for tiller number and percentage leaf blade except for pearl millet
Penerbit
Jurnal Ilmiah Agrosains Tropis, Fakultas Pertanian UNG, Vol. 6 No.1, Januari 2011
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Terbit
2011
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