RUBBER PLANT GROWTH RESPONSE (HEVEA BRASILIENCY) ON PROVISION OF LOCAL MICROORGANISMS OF BANANA SKIN AND EGG SHELLS IN NURSERY
The aim of this study was to examine the Growth Response of Rubber Plants (Hevea Brasiliency) to the Provision of Local Microorganisms in Banana Peel and Egg Body in Nursery. The data obtained in the field are then analyzed statistically with variance and if the results are significantly different then it is continued by using Duncan's Distance Test. This study used a factorial Randomized Block Design (RAK) with 2 (two) factors. The results of this study showed that the application of banana peel mole had a significant effect on the growth of rubber plant height at 8 WAP, the provision of egg shells did not significantly affect all parameters observed, the interaction of giving banana peel mole and egg shell did not significantly affect all parameters observed.
Growth Response, Microorganism Provision