Drip Irrigation and Seed Priming Treatment on Soybeans during the Dry Season in Maros District, South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia

Authors : Hendrik Gunadi, Machmud Djunaidy.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 2 - February

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Toddolimae and Toddopulia villages are villages that have difficulties in planting soybeans in July or August because the planting area is rainfed rice fields. This study aims to (1) so that soybean seeds can survive in the dry season and (2) utilize the available limited water with efficiently. The method used to carried out by applying technology in the use of superior seeds of Demas 1 and Devon 2 which are dryresistant and the application of seed priming (hydro and halo priming) technology, and rain harvest technology with water tank and drip irrigation. The results obtained are soybean plants grow well according to the stages of the phenology and can produce well.

Keywords : Dry Season; Rain Harvest; Drip Irrigation; Seed Priming.


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