CHARACTERISTIC AND GROWTH PATTERN OF BRACHIARIA HUMIDICOLA CV. TULLY UNDERNEATH COCONUTS PLANTATION

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science., Vol. LVI
Written by Selvie D. ANIS, M.A. CHOZIN, David A. KALIGIS

The aims of the study were to determine growth characteristics and the pattern of growth of B. humidicola grown underneath coconut trees. The experiment was conducted at coconut research center area (BALITKA) Manado since April 2011 until July 2011. The variables consisted of growth and development based on the numbers of tillers, numbers of nodes, and length of stolon. Data were calculated with simple analysis of the mean and the standard deviations, and the regression equations. The results shows that number of nodes and the length of stolon steadily increased up to 10 weeks after planting, but the maximum number of tillers up to 8 weeks after planting and start to decrease at 10 weeks after planting. Furthermore, the increased of nodes, stolons and the number of tillers are positively corelated with the ages of plant and followed the normal distribution curves of growth.

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ANIS S. D., CHOZIN M.A., KALIGIS D.A. 2013 CHARACTERISTIC AND GROWTH PATTERN OF BRACHIARIA HUMIDICOLA CV. TULLY UNDERNEATH COCONUTS PLANTATION. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science., Vol. LVI, ISSN 2285-5750, 82-85.


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