The Effect of Tea Extract (Camillia sinensis) On The Growth of Pakcoy Plants (Brassica rapa L.)


  • Cheren Choirun Nisa UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya
  • Saiful Bahri UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya


Extract, fertilizer, Brassica rapa L., Camillia sinensis


Pakcoy plants are a group of Brassicaceae and one of the leading hortikultura products in the agricultural sector. Many farmers use chemical fertilizers to maintain the quality of mustard greens production. The use of chemical fertilizers can have a negative impact on the environment. One effort that can be done is to use organic matter as a substitute for chemical fertilizers. This study aims to determine the effect of giving tea extract and the concentration that has the most effect on the growth of pakcoy plants. The results of the study found that the administration of tea extract had no significant effect on the growth of pakcoy plants. Concentration of 30 gr/L gavethe fastest response to the increase in plant height, while in the paramater of leaf number, tea extract had an effect on increasing the number of leaves but variations in concentration had no effect.