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International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies
ISSN: 2028-9324     CODEN: IJIABO     OCLC Number: 828807274     ZDB-ID: 2703985-7
 
 
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The Synergy Test of Solubilizing Phospate Highland Bacteria and Azotobacter vinelandii Lowland Bacteria on FLUFF Tea Compost as Solid Carrier Base


Volume 4, Issue 2, October 2013, Pages 317–321

 The Synergy Test of Solubilizing Phospate Highland Bacteria and Azotobacter vinelandii Lowland Bacteria on FLUFF Tea Compost as Solid Carrier Base

Eko Pranoto1, Iman Muhardiono2, and Kustika Destyani3

1 Soil and Plant Nutrition Division, Research Institute for Tea and Cinchona (RITC), Bandung, Indonesia
2 Department of Agrotechnology, Padjadjaran University (UNPAD), Bandung-West Java, Indonesia
3 Department of Agrotechnology, Padjadjaran University (UNPAD), Bandung-West Java, Indonesia

Original language: English

Received 13 July 2013

Copyright © 2013 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


Laboratory-scale experiments have been conducted to test the effect of FLUFF tea compost and mix it with zeolit as carrier base for Solubilizing Phosphate Highland Bacteria (BPF) and Azotobacter vinelandii as Nitrogen fixing lowland bacteria (BPN). The experiment was using a randomized block design, two factors, three repeated. The first factor is the carrier base (100% FLUFF Tea Compost; 90% FLUFF Tea Compost + 10% Zeolite; and 75% FLUFF Tea Compost + 25% Zeolite) and the second factor is the kind of inoculant (100% BPF; 100% BPN; and mix of BPF 50% + BPN 50%). The water content from FLUFF Tea Compost was 59,8% with pH after 2 days incubation was 6,3-6,7. The respons were total bacteria and temperature on 4, 8, and 12 days after incubation. The results showed that the total bacteria from the carrier base and kind of inoculants have significant on 4 days after incubation, but not significant on 8 and 12 days after incubation. The A3B3 (75% FLUFF Tea Compost + Zeo25%) & (BPF 50%+azoto50%) was the best treatment, but if compare from before, A3B1 (75% FLUFF Tea Compost + Zeolite 25%) & (BPF 100%) have the highest average percentage during observation. The temperature was stable, it means that the decomposition proccess was not occur. From the data, we can tell that the BPF highland more adaptable than BPN lowland on FLUFF tea compost. The BPF and BPN have synergy growth on each carrier base treatment.

Author Keywords: Azotobacter vinelandii, BPF, FLUFF tea compost, Incubation, Zeolite.


How to Cite this Article


Eko Pranoto, Iman Muhardiono, and Kustika Destyani, “The Synergy Test of Solubilizing Phospate Highland Bacteria and Azotobacter vinelandii Lowland Bacteria on FLUFF Tea Compost as Solid Carrier Base,” International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 317–321, October 2013.