How to Publish Reputable Journal?

How to Publish Reputable Journal?
Many things that he said about international reputable journals. The first thing a researcher must do is create a google scholar profile, which is a scientific article indexing website under Google. Google scholar can be seen in, Then the writing that we write must have a value of usefulness for others. After that the publication of the research report by paying attention to the H-Index.
Speaking of international journals, of course we are familiar with the word Zambrut. What is Zambrut? Zambrut is a website that has the largest abstract and citations database whose data is sourced from literature evaluated by peers.
Zambrut also has tools to search, analyze, and display research results based on specific fields.
According to “How to publish international journals or bagaimana cara publish jurnal internasional“, If the journal meets the requirements, then the journal will be sent an email notifying that the journal has entered the Zambrut Title List and is allowed to include the Zambrut logo on the journal’s web. For zambrut indexed journals, a lecturer can carry out several strategies to continue producing work. Among them, improve student writing, translate, then write the name of the lecturer as the second or third name after the student’s name. The name of the lecturer should not be made in the first part, because the first name is usually a drafter and the zambrut party will contact the party whose name is at the end.
There was a bit of a joke for the lecturers when they met with their colleagues.
A lecturer do not ask what vehicle you ride? Honda jazz or Innova? But ask how much is the H-index? how many papers in zambrut? What research is in the meantime? Because the true duty of a lecturer is Tri Dharma College + Publication.
The world research track record can be found in Research performance in South East Asia and we can compare it with our neighboring countries. Every student in Malaysia must write a Malaysian university as an attachment or an affiliation (institution that houses it) while in The World, Research has not yet made a major contribution to our country. Then, the problem is the low culture of writing. Thus, the size of the lecturer has not reached scientific productivity which has resulted in his work not being found anywhere. Nothing in Gramedia, Google Scholar, scholarship journal or anywhere until finally became a tombstone lecturer who remembered that he used to be a lecturer.
So what should we do? How to write? Easy, Look for a Fresh editor and find out what issues are trending. Be diligent in searching Google Trend to find out interesting things in our scientific fields and talk in conferences in accordance with the field of study. If the article is rejected, then revise the rejected article and send it back to another journal. Usually, journal reviewers are few in number, so don’t let the articles that we haven’t revised go back to the same reviewer. For example, we examine the style of teaching Arabic in traditional schools, to make it more interesting it must be added to the aspect of madrasa in Muslim minority areas, the title is more interesting. One research can be published in several accredited journals by changing a few variables. At university, all lecturers have penetrated Zambrut’s indexed journals and lecturers are competing to write.
He said “Don’t be a banana tree scientist, who only bears fruit once then finishes, But be a jackfruit tree scientist who continues to bear fruit and smell”. Intend to write to contribute something to science.
There are three checks to be done in zambrut indexed international journals, namely: Check the title list, search in zambrut and Ask! When in doubt. Check the list of journal titles and look for as much information as possible if in doubt. University accesses zambrut through Universiti Kebangsaaan Malaysia with the help of cooperation and an MOU giving user id to access journals. Because the cost of subscribing to a zambrut journal is affodable or cheaps, the solution for university Sorong to access the journal is through cooperation and an MOU.
These steps must be written in sequence. It’s better if we don’t write a journal alone, we have to write with friends so that insights develop more. Lecturers and students can also collaborate. The student’s initial draft is then corrected by the lecturer so that the lecturer becomes the second or third writer. The speaker said that, we must be able to distinguish between data and references. Data can be taken from a century ago but not used as a reference, while references must be taken from books published in the last 5 years.

Understanding and Benefits of Online Learning

Understanding and Benefits of Online Learning
Understanding online learning in general is a learning that is done electronically using computer-based media and a network. Online learning is also known as electronic learning, e-learning, on-line learning, internet-enabled learning, virtual learning, or web-based learning.
Online learning or e-Learning began around the 1970s) is the result of learning delivered electronically using computers and computer-based media. The usual material is often accessed through a network.
The source can come from websites, internet, intranet, CD-ROM, and DVD. In addition to giving instructions, e-learning can also monitor student performance and report on student progress.
E-learning not only accesses information, but also guides students to achieve specific learning outcomes.
Development of Online Learning. The potential for online learning education applications has developed (Lovelybranka Journalism Reviews). Students can not only access knowledge from textbooks, but also can access subject material from outside the school. Teachers and students can get a lot of information, unlimited, and can be accessed from several libraries around the world! Today the internet has the ability to provide information with a variety of media (including print, video, and sound and music recordings) then the internet is becoming an unlimited library.
Students and teachers can enhance learning in the classroom by accessing information from various sources on the internet through websites or other education service providers. Developments have also been utilized by educational institutions to conduct online learning by holding schools or online courses. Even certified online courses in The world have been recognized by the government and the private sector for the results of their learning efforts.
Understanding Education and Kinds of Education. Understanding Education and Kinds of Education – back together with my education at this time my education will discuss a little about EDUCATION, yes starting from understanding education, the purpose of education, the benefits of education and various types of education ?.
According to my education Understanding Education, education in general is a process of teaching and learning activities, this learning process can be done in a formal, non-formal, and informal way to individuals or groups with the aim of improving the quality of mindset and developing the potential contained in each individual .
or also we can define education is a learning process carried out that aims to educate, provide knowledge, develop self-potential in humans and realize the learning process better.
Kinds of Education. Formal, Non-formal, InFormal Education. As explained above, the education process can be formal, non-formal, and informal education in the hope of increasing the intelligence of the mindset and developing the potential of each individual. then what kind of formal education, non-formal and informal education.
1. Formal Education. Formal Education is a learning process that is generally held in schools and there are regulations that apply and must be followed if you are in learning at school, then there are related parties in monitoring the learning process at school.
In the learning process that is held at school there are clear educational fields ranging from elementary school (SD), junior high school (SMP), high school (high school) to higher education (students).
2. Non-Formal Education. In contrast to formal education, non-formal education is usually found in our own neighborhood, non-formal education activities / activities for example:
3. Informal Education. Continue informal, informal education is an educational path within the family and the environment itself. In this informal education the process of learning activities is carried out independently and carried out with awareness and responsibility.
The results of informal education are recognized the same as formal and non-formal education. What is the reason? because the government views informal education as:
Children must be educated from birth, Education starts from the family, Homeschooling: formal education but carried out informally. Informal was also promulgated because to achieve the goal of national education it starts from the family.
Educational Benefits; In its activities or activities, this education provides many benefits to humans, such as giving humans a very broad knowledge, developing human personality for the better, instilling positive values for humans, and to train humans to develop the talents / talents that he has for positive things.
Educational Objectives; The purpose of education, this education has a goal that is to: develop intelligence, develop human personality to have noble character, able to control themselves, have skills, high creativity, and of course also to educate people to be better.

Type of Material in Main Structure

Type of Material in Main Structure
When we want to design a structure, we need to consider building system integration in the design of the structure. What is the Building System Integration? these are things that need to be considered when we are going to design a building, such as building arrangements, transportation systems, lighting systems, etc.
These aspects need to be considered because they are very important for the building, both during the process of the implementation phase until the next stage the building will be used. If there is no good integration of building systems, things that may be unwanted by the parties involved such as project delays, or other problems that can arise during the service period of the structure.
To be more clear, we can see in the picture below, what is meant about the integration of structural systems (Maconlesstner Literature Reviews):
From the picture above and besides it appears that when we are going to design a building, of course it is very important to consider the factors that appear in the picture such as the influence of the weather, the influence of vehicles or objects or activities around the building.
All of these things will give effect to the structure that we build, ranging from small influences to large influences.
The basic criteria that need to be considered include:
Structural Materials: Structural materials can be divided into four (4) categories including:
Wood Structure
Wood structure is a structure with sufficient resistance, weaknesses of this material are not resistant to fire, and the presence of weathering hazards. Therefore this material is only used in low-rise buildings.
B. Steel Structures
The steel structure is very suitable for use in high-rise buildings because steel material has high strength and high ductility when compared to other structural materials.
C. Concrete Structures
Concrete structures are widely used in medium to high rise buildings. This structure is most widely used when compared to other structures because this structure is more monolithic and has a fairly long life span.
d. Composite Structure
This structure is a combination of two or more types of material. In general what is often used is a combination of structural steel with reinforced concrete. The combination makes the composite structure has structural behavior between steel structures and reinforced concrete structures. Composite structures are used for medium to high rise buildings.
Upper and Lower Structures
When I was in college, I was given an assignment like this, which is to explain the understanding and components of the upper and lower structure, who knows, you will also be given the same assignment.
Definition of Upper Structure
The structure of a building is all parts of the building structure which are above the ground level. This upper structure consists of columns, plates, beams and shear walls, each of which has a very important role.
Components – Upper Structus Building 1. Column
Column is a component that has an important role in a building. The collapse in the column is the most critical location that can cause collapse in the building. The function of the column is to continue the burden of the entire building to the foundation. The column includes the main structure to carry the weight of the building and other burdens such as live load and wind load. The function column is very important, so that the building does not collapse easily.
The structure in the column is made of iron and concrete. Both are a combination of a material that is resistant to pull and pressure. Iron is a tensile resistant material, while concrete is a pressure resistant material.
The combination of these two materials in a concrete structure allows the column or other structural parts such as sloof and beam to withstand the force.
A. Working Principles of Columns
Column structural elements that have comparative values between length and cross-sectional dimensions are relatively small called short columns. Short column load-bearing capacity does not depend on the length of the column and when overloaded, the short column will generally fail due to material destruction. Thus, the limit load-bearing capacity depends on the strength of the material used. The longer a compressed element, the relative proportion of elements will change until it reaches a state called the slim element.
The behavior of the slim element is very different from the short press element. The behavior of a long compressive element to a compressive load is that if the load is small, the element can still maintain its linear shape, as well as if the load is increasing. When the load reaches a certain value, the element suddenly becomes unstable and changes shape.
This is what made the phenomenon of buckling (buckling) if a structural element (in this case is a column) has bent, then the column does not have the ability to accept additional burdens. A slight increase in load will cause the structural elements to collapse. Thus, the load bearing capacity for the structural elements of the column is the amount of load that causes the column to experience initial bending. Structures that have been bent have no more service abilities.
The buckling phenomenon is a variety of failures caused by the instability of a structural element that is affected by load action. Failure caused by instability can occur in various materials. When bending occurs, the level of internal force can be very low. The buckling phenomenon is related to the rigidity of structural elements. An element that has a small stiffness is easier to experience bending than compared to a which has a large stiffness. The longer a structural element, the smaller the stiffness.
Many factors affect the buckling load (Pcr) on a long compressive structural element. These factors are as follows:
Column Length
In general, the column load-bearing capacity is inversely proportional to the square length of the element. In addition, other factors that determine the amount of buckling load are those related to the structural stiffness characteristics (material type, shape, and cross-section size). Rigidity
The stiffness of structural elements is strongly influenced by the amount of material and its distribution. In rectangular structural elements, structural elements will always bend in the direction as illustrated in under section (a). However, the symmetrical shape (for example rectilinear or circle) does not have a special bending direction like a rectangular cross section. The size of the material distribution (shape and cross-section size) in this case can generally be expressed by the moment of inertia (I).
Edge Element Conditions
If the ends of the column are free to rotate, the column has a smaller load-bearing capability than the same column with the ends clamped. The existence of end resistance increases stiffness thereby also increasing stability which prevents buckling. Curbing (using bracing) a column in a direction also increases rigidity. The bending phenomenon generally causes a reduction in compressive load-bearing capacity. The maximum load that can be carried short columns is determined by the destruction of the material, not bending.

Science and Organizing in Project Management

Science and Organizing in Project Management
‘Management’ in general can be defined as an art in science and organization such as planning, building organizations and organizing, movement, and control or supervision. Or to make it easier to understand, management is a systematic science in order to understand why and how humans work together to produce something that is beneficial to others and certain groups and society.
‘Project’ is a temporary activity that has been determined at the beginning of its work and completion time and is usually limited by time and budget or funding. to achieve specific and unique goals and results, and generally to produce a change that is useful or that has added value.
So, Project Management is a discipline that examines planning, organizing, managing, controlling, in order to be able to achieve project objectives. In this Loofusanddoofus Project management science, we will learn about how we can utilize resources optimally to achieve the goals we have set. the basic function of this project management is the management of TIME, POWER, WAGES, QUALITY. Management of these aspects if done correctly then this is the key to success in implementing a project.
With the existence of project management research, there will be visible limitations regarding the tasks, authority, and responsibilities of the parties involved in the project, both directly and indirectly, so there will not be overlapping or tasks carried out simultaneously.
If the project management functions are realized clearly and structured, the final objectives of a project will be realized, namely:
1. THE RIGHT TIME
2. THE RIGHT AMOUNT
3. THE RIGHT QUALITY
4. RIGHT COST
5. There are no social problems
6. K3 can be achieved well.
In addition, in project management we will learn many things for management, such as learning about cost management, ie we will learn how to make a RAB. we will also learn about time management, i.e. we will learn to make a time schedule or project implementation time, and we will also learn about manpower management, i.e. we will learn to deal with social problems that arise in the project, and much more that we can learn in the field of management of this project.
Branches of Civil Engineering
In the field of civil engineering it is divided into several facets or branches of science, because civil engineering is a very broad science of study and scope. Following are the branches of science studied, namely:
Structural Engineering, namely the field of science that studies structural problems such as buildings, roads, bridges, tunnels, etc. Also study the properties of materials used for buildings such as building materials: steel, concrete, wood, glass etc.
Geotechnical engineering, which is studying the structure and nature of soils as building support (foundation) or as building material (dykes, agricultural infrastructure, retaining walls, etc.)
Water Resources Engineering in this field you will study the problems of water supply, distribution and control including: hydrology (regarding the water cycle); hydraulics (with regard to the nature and movement of water) and water structures (channels, pipelines, dams, reservoirs etc.)
Environmental Engineering, in this field of science will study human health and safety issues and the environment including the provision of clean water facilities and infrastructure, solid waste and water management, river pollution, noise and air pollution to sanitation techniques.
Geomatics Engineering, studying the problem of measurement and analysis of earth-based data. This information is the basis for building planning and environmental control including: land surveying, remote sensing, GIS and modeling. Other names: Civil Engineering Informatics, Surveying
Have you never been fined due to project time delays? if you haven’t, well thank God, it means your time management is good and should be made an example.
But what if this situation happens because of one thing or another that is out of our control, which ultimately results in your project being late and past its implementation?
Of course, in every field of work, there must be laws that regulate the work so that it can run well, correctly, and precisely. Even in civil engineering works, there is also a law regarding construction that regulates every work related to construction, one of the laws being ‘DELAY OF PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION TIME’.
Already know yet, how many fines will be imposed if we are late in completing the project according to the time specified? The fines imposed are as follows: Fines per day = 1/1000 of the contract value

Media and Land Planting Quality and Quantity

Media and Land Planting Quality and Quantity
After the shoots or banana seeds are cut, the soil that sticks to the roots must be cleaned. Store seedlings in the shade for 2 to 3 days so that the cut marks on the buds dry out. Soak tubers and some banana seedlings with 0.5 to 1% insecticide for 10 minutes or soak them in water for 2 days and 2 nights. If it is suspected that there has been a nematode pest at the planting site, soaking tubers with hot water for several minutes can prevent attacks after planting banana seeds.
Media and land for growing bananas are very important parts to produce bananas that are good in quality and quantity. Banana growing land must be cleared of grass and weeds so that banana trees do not scramble for nutrients from the ground.
Loathing is needed in addition to swales, if sloping land contours and water drainage also need to be considered so that banana trees can grow optimally. Swales on sloping land will prevent erosion, data swales are planted with legume plants such as lamtoro and rocks are installed to prevent erosion (Journal for References on Linglamabest Papers Reviews).
The recommended way to plant bananas is within a fairly tenuous distance, between the bananas or the distance of banana trees can be planted with other plants by intercropping methods. Vegetables or annual crops can be used as an intercropping option in a banana garden. The hole to plant bananas should be made with a size of 50 cm x 50 cm with a depth of also 50 cm with a spacing of approximately 3 meters between one tree and another tree. By planting or cultivating bananas well, banana yields can be maximized in quality or quantity.
Banana trees should be planted before the rainy season, but in areas with sufficient water, bananas can be planted throughout the year with good results. Each planting hole should be filled with compost with a dose of approximately 10 to 20 kg. The quality and taste of bananas will be affected by the quality of the soil so that fertilization will make the banana taste and size to the maximum.
Care of Banana Trees. In this case the banana garden needs to get regular maintenance as part of the banana planting technique by doing thinning and weeding. One banana tree family should consist of 3 to 4 stems, therefore thinning must be done.
Choose banana stems with good and strong condition, stems that are deformed or small can be cut. Weeding is also very necessary to control the grass and weed population and maintain the level of soil looseness. The average banana root is 15 cm below the surface of the soil, this can be taken into consideration the depth of weeding done.
Benefits and Benefits of Bananas. Do not underestimate the efficacy of bananas. Besides being a favorite of most local and international athletes, because it is filling but does not make fat, bananas are also very nutritious for health and beauty.
This fruit is not only easy to digest, but also contains 9 nutritional content and restores energy. Compared to other fruits, bananas do tend to be easily enjoyed because they no longer need to be processed. Just so you know, a ripe banana will contain 99 grams (gr) of calories, 1.2 grams of protein, 0.2 grams of fat, 25.8 milligrams (mg) of carbohydrates, 0.7 grams of fiber, 8 mg of calcium, 28 mg phosphorus, 0.5 mg of iron, 44 RE of vitamin A, 0.08 mg of vitamin B, 3 mg of vitamin C and 72 grams of water.
But to get the benefits, you need to carefully choose. The reason is that only ripe bananas can convert blood sugar into natural glucose, and it is quickly absorbed into the bloodstream. The characteristics of a ripe banana, is a banana whose skin is yellowish green with brown or yellow spots.
All the ingredients in the ripe banana will provide several health benefits, especially for:
1. Power Source
Bananas can be digested easily, so the sugar contained therein will be converted into a good source of energy for body formation, muscle work and also very good for relieving fatigue.
2. Pregnant Women
Pregnant women are encouraged to consume bananas, because they contain high folic acid which is important for fetal perfection, the formation of new cells and to prevent congenital defects.
A ripe banana, will contain about 85-100 calories. So by eating two fresh bananas, the need for folic acid which is around 58 micrograms can be fulfilled. In addition, bananas will help maintain blood sugar levels which can reduce morning sickness, so bananas are very good for snacking pregnant women.
3. People with Anemia
The iron content is quite high in bananas, can stimulate the production of hemoglobin in the blood for people with anemia. Two bananas a day, very good for people with anemia.
4. Heartburn Patients
As a fruit that can be consumed directly, bananas do not cause irritation or intestinal damage for ulcer sufferers. This fruit is often used to fight intestinal diseases, because of its soft texture.
Bananas can also neutralize excess stomach acid and coat the stomach so that it can reduce irritation. For those who experience intestinal or colic disease due to stomach acid, you can consume it with mixed in a glass of liquid milk.
5. Patients with liver disease
For patients with liver, two bananas a day with the addition of one tablespoon of honey, will be good to increase appetite and increase strength.
6. Burn Patients
Especially for burn sufferers, you can use banana leaves as a treatment. The trick, the burned skin is smeared with a mixture of banana leaf ash and coconut oil. This mixture is able to cool the burned skin.

How to Succeed in Agricultural Plant Cultivation

How to Succeed in Agricultural Plant Cultivation
But before that, you must also consider the choice of place by paying attention to the land in that place. Note that the land to be planted is fertile or not, this is very influential not only on the growth process but also the content of substances present in the kiwi tree.
Watering the Kiwi Tree. The process of watering the kiwi tree is very important and should not be ignored. For watering itself it would be better if the water used was mixed with fermented rice washing water. This will help the growth process more quickly and increase the kiwi fruit when the harvest comes.
The correct watering method is: Mix ordinary water with wash water with a ratio of 4: 1. After being mixed evenly, sirampak twice a day on the kiwi tree that is in the morning and evening for maximum results. In addition, if there is no rice washing water, using fertilizer water mix is also good for tree growth and fertility. Namely with a ratio of 5: 1 water and fertilizer (on Nature Research Science on Life Coaching Dombora Reviews).
Weeding the Kiwi Tree. Weeding is an important process that you must do if you want your kiwi tree to have lush and fertile fruit. Weeding itself is a process of cleaning and removing weeds and weeds that are around the area of the kiwi tree.
Do weeding every 2 weeks, this will effectively make weeds and wild plants do not appear quickly.
Cutting branches or branches. The next treatment process that is no less important than caring for the kiwi tree is cutting branches or twigs on the kiwi tree. If it is felt that the kiwi tree has entered the period after harvesting, you should cut off some parts of the branches or branches of the tree if it is disturbing. In addition to tidying the shape of the tree, cutting on the kiwi tree aims to maximize the process of absorption of nutrients and minerals in the tree so as to produce the highest quality fruits and lots.
Kiwi Harvest.
Unlike other tropical trees such as mangoes or guava water that can be harvested just by picking the fruit just like that, kiwifruit is harvested in different ways. And here is the correct way to harvest kiwifruit: Choose kiwifruit that has ripened the tree. Characteristics, kiwifruit ready for harvest has a smoother skin texture with brownish green skin color and a sweet and has a nice smell. Use plant scissors as a fruit stalk cutter, avoid harvesting by just picking it by hand. This will damage the growth of fruit and the next flower that will grow. If there are no plant shears, use ordinary scissors to pick them.
Kiwi trees start bearing fruit at the age of 3 to 4 years since they are planted.
Bananas are one of the plants commonly found in our environment, bananas can grow in various locations and only require simple maintenance. Bananas are a large tribe of Musaceae, there are various species of this tribe found in The world and almost all of them are quite commonly consumed as fruit. Bananas appear in organized formations called bunches with groups of lined fruit called combs.
Banana seedlings are a very important part of good banana cultivation.
Banana seeds can be bought or prepared by yourself. Banana seedlings to be planted should be chosen that have a height of one to one and a half meters and have a tuber or banana root section with a width of about 20 cm.
It is highly recommended to choose seeds from banana trees that have good stems and fruit. This is one of the banana cultivation techniques to get good results. Height and genetic flow of banana seeds will greatly affect the results in this case is the number of bananas in one comb and the number of combs in one bunch of bananas.
Preparing Banana Tree Seeds. Brood bananas will be planted with a density or planting distance of 2 meters from other banana trees. Each tree is maintained to have a number of 7 to 9 buds. Cutting or thinning of shoots must be done so that the number of shoots remains at an ideal number of 7 to 9 shoots. Too many shoots will affect the size and quality of the seedlings produced. Banana seedlings that have been separated from their parents need special care to avoid disease and grow well.

Care and Planting Fruits for Lush Growth and Fruitfulness

Care and Planting Fruits for Lush Growth and Fruitfulness
After the kiwi seeds have leaves, you can move them into pots or polybags to be large enough to be moved. But before being moved, as already mentioned that the kiwi tree is a type of tropical tree, so before preparing the planting land, choose a place with a cool temperature and not too hot. This will be good for the growth and content of substances present in kiwifruit later.
This is because if the temperature is too hot, the photosynthesis process will be disrupted and the leaves will wither quickly and the kiwi fruit will be damaged due to excessive photosynthesis, a good temperature for the kiwi tree is in the range of 24 to a maximum of 26 degrees Celsius.
Or if you are in doubt and confused about how to measure the right temperature, you can plant a kiwi tree in a place that is cool and not too hot or you can match the room temperature. Because the room has a room temperature range of 20 to 26. Following or according Agriculture Education Journal Reviews on Lifeofljs Journals Review And here is an easy way to process the transfer of kiwi seeds: Provide polybags or small pots in the same amount as the kiwi tree seeds.
Mix topsoil, with 2: 1 type manure and a little water. Then enter the soil mixture into a polybag or pot with a size of half the height of a polybag or pot. After that, add the kiwi seeds and add the soil mixture to the full. Place it in a cool place and allow it to grow to about 30 to 50cm in height and after that the plants are ready to be moved in the fields.
Kiwi Planting Stage. Kiwi trees can flourish in tropical regions like many regions of the world. For land preparation, you can start by cleaning the fields in advance of various wild plants or weeds.
The process of planting the kiwi tree itself is almost the same as the removal process, that is, after choosing land that is suitable for good temperatures. As in the yard of the house or fields that have cool air and temperature of course.
Dry and barren soil will disrupt the process of absorption of water and nutrients by the roots of plants so that the kiwi tree will die quickly and dry, but if the soil is fertile and slightly loose, the plants will be well preserved and grow quickly and bear fruit. So pay close attention in the selection of land in order to obtain good and quality results.
Next is a way to transfer kiwi seeds, namely: After the land clearing process is complete, loosen the parts of the land to be planted. After friable, fertilize the soil using organic fertilizer such as compost or manure to taste more or less with a ratio of 2: 1 to the soil. Adjust the soil acidity using dolomite. Make small holes in parts of the soil that are loosened with a distance of approximately 2 × 2 meters per hole, the process of loose soil, fertilizing and making holes must be completed within 2 weeks before planting the kiwi seedlings. Plant the kiwi seeds in the holes that have been made.
Care of the Kiwi Tree. How to grow kiwifruit to flourish and lush, you do not need to spend a lot of money to care for this tree like other types of plants.
Only by watering. Fertilize and cleanse pests that can interfere with the growth process of the kiwi tree. And for more details, the following explanation.
Kiwi Fertilization. For good types of fertilizers, organic fertilizers such as manure or compost and chemical fertilizers are also very good. But it would be better if you use organic type fertilizers such as manure or compost. In addition to being cheaper, using organic fertilizers that are environmentally friendly, organic fertilizers also do not have negative impacts such as chemical fertilizers.
By using a type of organic fertilizer too, the content of the substances present in curry leaves will not change instead it will get better. Fertilization is an important thing that must be done in order to maintain fertility in plants. The right way in the fertilization process is: Just like plants species of trees, fertilizing the kiwi tree should be done routinely. Apply fertilization 3 to 4 times a week for maximum results when the new kiwi tree is moved to the planting field until it reaches a height of approximately 1 meter. And after reaching a height of approximately 1 meter, fertilization can be reduced to 2 times a week on a regular basis.