Nutrient Concentration and Yield in Several Soybean Varieties with Application of Mycorrhizal, Organic and Inorganic Fertilizer Package in Dryland North Lombok, Indonesia


Authors : Wahyu Astiko; M Isnaini; MT Fauzi; I Muthahanas

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 3 - March

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6385745

The application of inorganic fertilizers with high doses, which are usually applied intensively by farmers, can inhibit the development of mycorrhizae in the soil. Therefore, in its application, it is necessary to set the appropriate dose for the effect of mycorrhizae. This study aims to determine the nutrient concentration, nutrient uptake, and yield of several soybean varieties by applying inorganic fertilizer packages, organic matter, and mycorrhizal biological fertilizers in the dryland. This experiment used a Randomized Block Design with three replications. The treatment of soybean varieties tested was V1: Anjasmoro variety, V2: Biosoy II variety, V3: Detap variety I, V4: Dega variety I, V5: Dena variety I. The result shows that total N nutrient concentration, soil available P, plant N, and P nutrient uptake, mycorrhizal populationsand plant yields of Anjasmoro variety with the application of fertilizer packages for cattle manure (15 tons/ha) and mycorrhizal biological fertilizers (1.5 tons/ha) and inorganic fertilizers (Urea 60 kg/ha and NPK Phonska 120 kg/ha) showed the highest value.

Keywords : Dryland, fertilization package, mycorrhizae, Soybean.

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