Paper ID: 108
THE STUDY OF DISTRIBUTION OF CHICKEN MANURE FERTILIZER FOR PAPAYA GROWTH AND PRODUCTION BENEATH UNPRODUCTIVE PALM OIL
Anis Tatik Maryani*, Nyimas Myrna E F, Fetty Febriasti B
Faculty of Agriculture, Jambi University
The current study is aimed to examine the growth and production of papaya cultivated beneath unproductive palm oil (2 years old). The research was conducted Naga Sari village, Muaro Jambi regency, from February 2020 to June 2020. The design applied was group randomized group design with 2 treatment factors. The first factor was California variety (V1) and ruby rise red variety (V2). The second factor was chicken manure distribution without fertilizer distribution (P0), 50 g of (P1), 100 of (P2), 150 of (P3) and 200 of (P4). The result of this research showed that the distribution of 150 g has real impact on the plants height, the number of leaf, stem diameter, and the number of fruit on 18 MST to 20 MST. Variety treatment doesn’t have real impact on papaya observation parameter. The interaction among the varieties with a dose of chicken manure has real impact on stem diameter and number of leaf. Qualitative data form papaya varieties showed fruit color and taste experiment get the real impact. The impact of papaya plants and chicken manure showed the good growth tendency on palm oil cultivated with ruby rise red papaya as the side plant.