Application of Integrated Pest Control Models Nilaparvata Lugens (Stal) (Homoptera: Delphacidae) In Rice Plants Outside of Sidoarjo Mud Impact Area

  • Faisol Humaidi Uiversitas Wijaya Putra
Keywords: natural enemies, brown planthoppers, IPC

Abstract

This study aims to apply an integrated pest control model (IPC) of brown planthoppers (bph) on rice against the presence of natural enemies in maintaining rice productivity. The research was conducted in Sentul Village, Tanggulangin District, Sidoarjo, East Java Province from September 2020 to December 2020. The research was conducted using a survey method. The research location was selected using the purposive sampling method, namely the area with the highest percentage of attacks, having been attacked at least 3 times the planting season, planting Inpari-4 rice varieties, and reported as brown planthoppers endemic areas in Sentul Village, Tanggulangin District, Sidoarjo. The results showed population abundance, percentage level of attack, lowest brown planthoppers attack intensity with IPC treatment and the highest with conventional control pedals, while the composition and abundance of brown planthoppers natural enemies was dominated by the family, Tetragnathidae and Coccinellidae (Coccinela repanda).

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Published
2021-04-07
How to Cite
Faisol Humaidi. (2021). Application of Integrated Pest Control Models Nilaparvata Lugens (Stal) (Homoptera: Delphacidae) In Rice Plants Outside of Sidoarjo Mud Impact Area. Agricultural Science, 4(2), 133-141. Retrieved from https://agriscience.scientific-work.org/index.php/agriscience/article/view/56
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