IJSRP, Volume 13, Issue 4, April 2023 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Fajrin Pramana Putra, Muhamad Ghazi Agam Sas
Coastal sandy land is marginal land that has the potential for upland rice production but has low soil fertility. The insertion of soybean plants is considered to be able to increase the fertility of coastal sandy soil through the fixation of N2 by the root nodules of soybean plants which can be used for the growth of upland rice plants. This study seeks to investigate the growth, crop yields, and land equity ratios of upland rice and soybean intercropping on sandy coastal land. The research was carried out in Bantul, Yogyakartas Samas Coastal Sand.