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Abstract, IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci, 2018

Soybeans in Indonesia are mostly used for raw material of tempeh industry. This study aims to identify 150 soybean genotypes for their suitability for raw materials of tempeh and adaptability to be developed in tropical area of Indonesia. The research material consisted of 150 soybean genotypes. The field research was conducted in Malang from February to May 2016, using a randomized block design with two replicates. The identification of 150 soybean genotypes showed 30.67% of super early maturity (<75 days), 50% of early maturity (76 - 79 days), and 19.33% were medium maturity (80 - 90 days). In the group of super early maturity, 11 genotypes were yielded between 3.01 - 3.69 t/ha and the 100 seed weight ranged from 15.27 - 20.18 g. In the early maturity group, there were 23 genotypes with seed yields between 3.01 - 3.66 t/ha, and the 100 seed weight ranged from 13.90 - 20.23 g. In Indonesia, tempeh industry requires soybeans with large seed size. In this research, G511H/Anj//Anj////Anjs-8-5 was suitable to be developed in Indonesia's tropical climate and also preferred by industry for tempeh raw material due to its high yield, super early days to maturity, and large seed size. Keywords: early days to maturity, large seed size, tempeh, tropical soybean