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Abstract

EFFECT OF CUTTING LENGTH OF SEED TIP ON PRODUCTION OF SHALLOT (ALLIUM CEPA L) BIMA BREBES VARIETY ON DRY LAND

Adri Airil Nasution, Nurhayati*, Asmanizar, Murni Sari Rahayu, Yenni Asbur, Yayuk Purwaningrum

ABSTRACT

This research was carried out at the experimental garden of the Faculty of Agriculture, Gedung Johor, Medan, from July 2020 to September 2020. The study consisted of two experiments. The experiment was conducted to analyze the growth and development of Allium cepa L. plants by cutting the tips of the tubers. The study used a non-factorial Randomized Block Design (RBD) with Onion Seed Cutting (P) treatment with three levels, namely: Length of cutting onion bulbs: P0 = Not cut, P1 = Cut off ¼ end, P2 = Cut 1/3 end part. The results showed that cutting the tip of the tuber greatly affected the growth of the Bima Brebes variety of shallots. The results of the data showed that cutting the ends of the tubers between P0 = without cutting, P1 = cut, and P2 = 1/3 cut, it was known that the cutting (P1) of the tuber tip was the best in terms of the percentage of growth reaching 100% and the average plant height. His average reaches 12.53 cm.

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