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    Pruning aims to increase and improve production quality because the nutrients are absorbed by the roots directly distributed to the leaves as the plant so that the plant stems will form a strong and upright. Too much leaves also interfere with the production process for it is also necessary to pruning of leaves so that the results of photosynthesis can be concentrated to the production process. This research examines methods of pruning on chilli plants known for massive growth characteristics and chilli crop production. The method used consists of pruning 25%, 50% and without prunings. Parameters measured were plant height, number of branches, the diameter of the base, and number of productive branches. Generative growth parameters include total fruit weight, fruit weight per fruit, fruit length, flower number, fruit number and percentage of flowers become the fruit. The results showed that the treatment effect on the of leaves pruning chilli production at harvest both in quantity and quality. Pruning of leaves on a large chilli plants by 25% (T1) provides an increase in production, the percentage of flowers become fruit and fruit weight. Average production of chili without crop (T0) at 1204.11, with prunings 25% (T1) of 1416.94 g / plant, clipping 50% (T2) of 1277.92 gr / plant. The conclusion of this study are pruning leaves 25% on a chilli plant can increase production by 20% compared with no prunings. Keywords: leaves pruning, production, vegetative and generative growth

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Subjects: S Agriculture > SB Plant culture
    Divisions: Conference/Seminar
    Depositing User: Fatchullah ZA
    Date Deposited: 25 May 2018 13:44
    Last Modified: 06 Jul 2018 10:56

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