Simulation Of The Number Of Microbial Populations For Fertility Optimation In Alluvial Soils Using Smart Biosoidam Technology

Authors

  • Nugroho Widiasmadi

Abstract

This research was conducted on alluvial soils, especially for vegetable plantations, aimed
to determine the ability of the soil layer to distribute nutrients and restore soil health and fertility
due to the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Through microbial activity that is controlled
by spreading through a horizontal biohole, this study observes in real time through a micro
controller the changes in soil acidity, infiltration rate, electrolyte conductivity levels and porosity
levels through soil infiltration rates.
Through simulations with the variable microbial population, it can be seen the level of
EC and other parameters against the time of observation in real time. From the observations of
graphs and EC standards, it can be seen that the ability of the soil to
because until day 45 the soil fertility level has not reached = 1500 uS / cm with a
microbial population = 10 3
/ cfu. support the planting schedule both during the vegetative
growth period and during the generative growth period, so that we will know when is the right
time to do: soil recovery, initial planting and when the tubers / flowers / fruit begin to be
conditioned. until cooked based on nutrient values observed through sensors that convert analog
parameters by the micro controller into digital information transmitted by wifi in real time.
The initial condition before simulating the soil fertility value with the Electrolyte
Conductivity (EC) parameter is 744 uS / cm, the simulation results are: Simulation 1: nutrient
content for generative growth was achieved on day 27 with fertility level = 1525 uS / cm with Microbial Population 10 8
/ cfu. Simulation 2: nutrient content for generative growth was
achieved on day 42 at the fertility level = 1500 uS / cm with microbial population = 10 5 / cfu.
Simulation 3: nutrient content for generative growth cannot be observed.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Nugroho Widiasmadi. (2020). Simulation Of The Number Of Microbial Populations For Fertility Optimation In Alluvial Soils Using Smart Biosoidam Technology. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8407 - 8419. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2255