The Growth of Shallot (Allium Ascalonicum L) on Manure Fertilizer and Trichoderma Inoculation


  • Tuti Setyaningrum Department of Agrotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture UPN Veteran Yogyakarta,
  • Dyah Arbiwati Department of Soil Science Faculty of Agriculture, UPN “Veteran”Yogyakarta



To produce optimally good quality shallots, proper cultivation techniques are required. Efforts that can be made include modifying the environment in which plants grow. Alternative efforts to increase the quantity and quality of agricultural products, especially shallots can be done by using organic fertilizers and the use of Trichoderma sp. as a plant growth promoting agent, as well as improving the quality of organic fertilizers. The purpose of this study was to determine the role of Trichoderma in increasing the ability of plants to absorb nutrients from the growing media and to determine the best type of organic fertilizer to increase the growth and yield of shallots. The research was conducted at the experimental field of the Faculty of Agriculture, UPN "Veteran" Yogyakarta, Wedomartani, Sleman, Yogyakarta Special Region, at an altitude of approximately 104 meters above sea level. The time of the research is from May to July 2021. This study was arranged in a factorial Completely Randomized Block Design with 3 replications. The first factor is the type of manure (P1: without manure, P2: cow manure and P3: goat manure). The second factor was inoculation of Trichoderma sp isolates (I0: without inoculation of Trichoderma sp. isolates. and I1: by inoculation of Trichoderma sp. isolates). Based on the results of this study, it can be concluded that the addition of cow and goat manure was able to produce more leaves and plant height than without the addition of manure, although it did not show a significant effect on the yield of shallot bulbs. There is no significant difference between cow manure and goat manure. Trichoderma inoculation has not had a significant effect on the growth and yield of shallots




How to Cite

Setyaningrum, T., & Arbiwati, D. (2022). The Growth of Shallot (Allium Ascalonicum L) on Manure Fertilizer and Trichoderma Inoculation. RSF Conference Series: Engineering and Technology, 1(1), 566–571.