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Composting empty fruit bunches of oil palm.
Two methods (open and closed) of composting the empty fruit bunches (EFB) of oil palm were studied. Mixtures of EFB, fermentation liquid waste and chicken manure (open) and EFB, palm oil millExpand
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Selection of suitable growth medium for free-living diazotrophs isolated from compost.
Four free-living nitrogen fixing bacteria, namely NC 2, NC 4, NC 10 and NC 11 were tested for nitrogenase activity. NC 10 performed the highest nitrogenase activity (3.01 x 10–3 mol/h/ml), followedExpand
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Effects of substrates on growth and yield of ginger cultivated using soilless culture.
The effects of organic soilless substrates on growth and yield of ginger were studied. In soilless production system, many types of growing media or substrates such as rockwool, perlite, vermiculiteExpand
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Potential and Viability Analysis for Ginger Cultivation using Fertigation Technology in Malaysia
Ginger, or Zingiber officinale Roscoe in Latin, is a plant with high medicinal and commercial values. Most of high quality gingers are conventionally grown in mountain slopes such as in Janda BaikExpand
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Potential and Viability of Chilli Cultivation Using Fertigation Technology in Malaysia
Chilli, or Capsicum annum, is a high value cash crop. Cultivation of chilli had been done using the conventional method and fertigation system. There are two methods of fertigation system practicedExpand
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Effects of temperature gradient generated by fan-pad cooling system on yield of cabbage grown using fertigation technique under side netted rain shelter.
A field experiment was carried out to determine the effect of temperature gradient generated by fan-pad cooling system on yield of KY Cross cabbage grown using fertigation technique under 30 m long xExpand
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Effects of seed rhizome size on growth and yield of ginger cultivated using fertigation system
Ginger planting in Malaysia is usually carried out using shifting cultivation technique. This technique is practiced due to the infertile soils and the need to avoid soil-borne diseases that couldExpand
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EFFECT OF ORGANIC SUBSTRATES ON GINGER GROWTH, YIELD AND [6]-GINGEROL CONTENT CULTIVATED USING SOILLESS CULTURE SYSTEM
Ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.) belongs to a tropical and sub-tropical Zingiberaceae family, which originated from Southeast Asia. Ginger is one of the most widely used herbs contains severalExpand