study water patterns available in several growing media for plants of strawberry (Fragaria Virginiana).

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By : I Made Dwi Dharma Setiawan

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Faculties : Fakultas Teknologi Pertanian

Department : S1 Teknik Pertanian

This study was aim to determine the pattern of soil moisture content in some different planting media. The method used was quantitative method, consist of four treatments using some planting media, such as P1: rice husk, P2: cocopeat and compost mixed media with 2: 1 ratio, P3: soil and compost mixed media with 2 : 1 ratio and P4: soil media. In the rice husk the field capacity at week 2 till week 12 was with ranges from 77.21% to 80.00%, but the temporary wilting point moisture content decreased from 36.59% to 18.99%. In cocopeat and compost mixed media the field capacity at week 2 till week 12 was with ranges from 50.22% to 52.56%, but the temporary wilting point moisture content decreased from 29.09% to 10.63%. In the media of soil and compost mixed media the field capacity at week 2 till week 12 was with ranges from 42.83% to 44.24%, but the temporary wilting point moisture content decreased from 10.83% to 5.27%. In the media field capacity soil in week 2 till week 12 was with ranges from 36.70% to 37.95%, but the temporary wilting point moisture content decreased from 10.65% to 6.50%. While the water available for plants of strawberry on rice husk, cocopeat and compost mixed media, soil and compost mixed media and soil increases as the plant growth. In the rice husk to increase the water available from week 2 to week 12 approximately between 7.90 cm to 10.93 cm. In cocopeat media to increase the water available from week 2 to week 12 approximately between 4.27 cm to 7.13 cm. In the soil and compost mixed media water available from week 2 to week 12 approximately between 5.90 cm to 6.84 cm. In the soil media to increase the water available from week 2 to week 12 approximately between 4.84 cm to 5.44 cm.

Keyword : the pattern wilting point, field capacity, availability water for plants

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