Stater Trichoderma SP. as Biological Agent
Keywords:Stater Tricoderma sp, biological agent, environmentally
AbstractStater Trichoderma sp. as a biological agent. The implementation of this activity was carried out at the Rukun Sentosa Farmer Group, Pulau Atas Urban Village, Sambutan Sub District, Samarinda City. The purpose of this study is for farmers and students to understand the function of the Trichoderma sp. stater. both success in terms of manufacturing and how to apply it to plants, especially food plants. This is very profitable for farmers and students, because the raw materials used can be in the form of rice or corn, so that the cost of making it is fairly cheap, very environmentally compared to other chemical fertilizers. The manufacture of this stater Tricoderma sp. succeeded after four days the culture medium was green.
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