Biohole Effectiveness Analysis Through The Distribution Pattern Of Microbes At Each Depth In Real Time On Alluvial Soil

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  • Nugroho Widiasmad

Abstract

This research was conducted on alluvial soils, especially for plantations, with the aim of
not only restoring the health and fertility of the soil due to the use of chemical fertilizers and
pesticides as well as seeing the pattern of EC distribution at each depth from the center of the
biohole based on the time of observation. Through controlled microbial activity, its spread
through two types of biohole, namely horizontal and vertical biohole. This research observes in
real time through soil parameter sensors connected to the micro controller to changes in soil
acidity, infiltration rate, conductivity electrolyte level and porosity level through soil infiltration
rate.
Through simulations with 2 types of biohole, it can be seen the increase in EC in each
depth to 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 provide nutrients in the root growth zone to support
the schedule and distribution patterns of planting both during vegetative growth and generative
growth periods. So that we will know the proper biohole distance and spacing in order to be able
to provide vegetative and generative mass nutrition based on nutrient values monitored through
sensors that change the analog parameters in the micro posesor into digital information
transmitted by wifi in real time.

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Published

2020-12-04 — Updated on 2020-12-11

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Nugroho Widiasmad. (2020). Biohole Effectiveness Analysis Through The Distribution Pattern Of Microbes At Each Depth In Real Time On Alluvial Soil. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8820 - 8834. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2326 (Original work published December 4, 2020)