Pengaruh Naungan Plastik dan Fungisida Berbahan Aktif Asam Fosfit terhadap Perkembangan Penyakit dan Produksi Tomat (Effect of the Rain Shelters and Fungicide with Phosphorous Acid’s Ingredient on Diseases Infestation and Production of Tomatoes)

@inproceedings{Korlina2016PengaruhNP,
  title={Pengaruh Naungan Plastik dan Fungisida Berbahan Aktif Asam Fosfit terhadap Perkembangan Penyakit dan Produksi Tomat (Effect of the Rain Shelters and Fungicide with Phosphorous Acid’s Ingredient on Diseases Infestation and Production of Tomatoes)},
  author={Eli Korlina and Evy Latifah and Kuntoro Boga Andri},
  year={2016}
}
Kendala utama yang dihadapi pada budidaya tomat di musim penghujan ialah serangan penyakit tanaman. Upaya yang telah dilakukan petani ialah dengan menggunakan fungisida. Salah satu alternatif cara pengendalian yang ramah lingkungan, yaitu penanaman tomat menggunakan naungan yang dikombinasikan dengan biofungisida. Penelitian dilaksanakan di Kebun Percobaan Karangploso Malang, Balai Pengkajian Teknologi Pertanian Jawa Timur, pada bulan Desember 2013 sampai dengan April 2014, dengan tujuan untuk… 
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