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I.W. Suarna, N.N. Suryani* and I.K. Mangku Budiasa


Local forage plants are still a mainstay for farmers to increase livestock productivity. Among the various types of local forage plants. Asystasia gangetica is one type of local forage plants whose potential is not yet known. The study was conducted with the aim to determine the potential of A. gangetica as a forage-yield. A completely randomized design with 5 levels of urea fertilizer treatment and 4 replications was carried out at the Sesetan research station in Denpasar. The results showed that plant growth as indicated by variables of plant length, number of branches, number of leaves, and leaf area per plant in the application of urea fertilizer 50 kg ha-1 showed the highest response, however, the lowest for the number of flowers. Aplication of various levels of urea fertilizer does not affect the yield of A. gangetica although there is a tendency to use urea 50 kg ha-1 gives 11.93% more results than without urea and 7.59% more than the use of 200 kg ha-1 urea. Observing the characteristic of plant growth. growth. and forage yield it can be concluded that A. gangetica has a high potential to be developed as a superior feed plant.

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