Abstract: The use of chemical nitrogen fertilizer tends to be high on soils with low nitrogen nutrient status, it can affect the balance of the global N cycle, contamination of ground water and the increasing N2O (nitric monoxide is one of the greenhouse gases). The objective of this research to compare the effect of nitrogen fertilization and application of Rhizobium on nitrogen uptake efficiency, growth and yield of three varieties of soybeans In Soil With Nutritrional Status Low Nitrogen. The research was conducted at the practice field Agricultural Extention Collage Medan, Deli Serdang North Sumatra Province in August-December, 2014. The method used is split-slip plot design with the main plot Rhizobium application and without Rhizobium, subplot is the varieties used are Burangrang, Tanggamus and Wilis. Sub-sub plot is the standard of N fertilization, that is: control, urea 50 kg / ha, 100 kg / ha and 150 kg / ha. Variable observations include: nitrogen absorption, plant dry weight, nodule and production. The results showed that the application of Rhizobium on the variety Wilis provide a significant response to the increased absorption of nitrogen, whereas the the varieties Burangrang and Tanggamus not give a significant response to increased nitrogen absorption. Urea fertilizer dose of 150 kg / ha on the use of Rhizobium inoculant tends to give a negative reaction to the Physiology Efficiecy Of Nitrogen Absorbtion (PEN), nodule, and weight of 100 grains. Physiology Efficiecy Of Nitrogen Absorbtion (PEN) of three varieties tested were not affected by the level of nitrogen fertilization and the addition of Rhizobium.
Penulis: Makruf Hamidah, Hamidah Hanum, Deni Elfiati
Kode Jurnal: jppertaniandd150348