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3.0 BIM USAGE

Extensive use of BIM include agriculture (crops, livestock and fisheries), environmental management (waste treatment, waste water treatment, cleaning and water purification and home hygiene), food industry and construction.

Importance of BIM in the plant includes:

  1. Assist in the germination, growth, flowering and fruiting
  2. Increase the photosynthetic capacity
  3. Increasing organic content in the steel plant
  4. Improving crop resistance to diseases and pests
  5. Improve the physical, chemical and biological properties
  6. Oppressive "soil borne pathogen" and pests

Advantages of using BIM in paddy plants, including:

  1. The quantity and quality of paddy increased and sustained
  2. High seed germination percentage
  3. Paddy plants grown with a uniform
  4. Nursery stronger and healthier
  5. The roots grow stronger and faster.
  6. Diseases and pests less - costs less control
  7. Increased soil fertility

Use of beneficial microorganisms in rice plants that run on the MADA and Tanjung Karang increased its revenue by 10%. In addition, the beneficial microorganisms found capable of reducing methane emissions in flooded rice fields, when used together with organic materials that have a ratio of C: N Low (Samy et al, 1995).