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The purpose of this research is to find out the increase in the length of long Liana Broad-leaved
tendrils ( Merremia Peltata) in the Area of Samarinda State Agricultural Polytechnic Campus. The
research was conducted for 2 months in the area Campus of Agricultural Polytechnic State
Samarinda which includes preparation and marking activities of selected liana, making ajir, wrapping
liana to stick where to vine, data retrieval, data processing and reporting. The data taken in this study
are: (1) Increase in the length of tendrils Liana Broad-leaved ( Merremia Peltata) that is deliberately
allowed to creep above the surface of the ground (treatment 1st); (2) increase in the length of tendrils
Liana Broad-leaved ( Merremia Peltata) deliberately bought on stick where to vine (treatment 2nd);
dan (3) the number of Liana twists on each stick where to vine.Sampling is done intentionally
(purposive sampling), namely by searching for liana in campus areas that are eligible for use in
research. The number of samples for lyanas that are deliberately left to creep above ground level and
deliberately wrapped around stick where to vine each 30 individuals. The results of the study are as
follows: (1) the increase in the length of tendrils Liana Broad-leaved (Merremia Peltata) that is
deliberately allowed to creep above the ground (treatment 1st) is the amount of increase in tendril
length 12945.10 cm and average 431.50 cm / 6 weeks;(2) increase in the length of tendrils Liana
Broad-leaved ( Merremia Peltata) deliberately bought on ajir (treatment 2) is the amount of increase in
tendril length 12835.10 cm and average 427.84 cm / 6 weeks; and (3) the increase of Liana Broad
Leaved (Merremia Peltata) in stick where to vine is the amount of 214.00 twists and an average of
7.13 twists.

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Fadjeri, M., Malaysia, E. and Aquastini, D. (2021) “STUDI PERTAMBAHAN PANJANG SULUR LIANA BERDAU LEBAR (Merremia peltata) DI AREAL KAMPUS POLITEKNIK PERTANIAN NEGERI SAMARINDA”, JURNAL AGRIMENT, 6(1), pp. 40-44. doi: 10.51967/jurnalagriment.v6i1.493.