Phaleriapapuena as a Biopesticide to Control of Spodopteralitura Attack in Phaseolus radiate Plants
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UIN SunanGunungDjati Bandung Jl. A.H. Nasution 105 – Bandung 40614 – Indonesia
Online publication date: 2018-07-24
Publication date: 2018-07-24
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2018;13(4):emEJAC04339
Phaleriamacrocarpa, commonly known as Mahkotadewa is a medicinal plant that is indigenous to Indonesia and Malaysia. The increasing of mung bean production limited bySpodopteralitura attack which reduce up to 80% of total production. Phaleriamacrocarpa was one an alternative to suppress the attack of Spodopteralitura. The aim this research are to determine and trials effect of flesh and whole fruit of Phaleriapapuenaextraxt to control of Spodopteralituraattact in Phaseolusradiata. This research was conducted at the Laboratory of UIN SunanGunungDjati Bandung and also in BanjarwangiGarut Regency, West Java Province from April to June 2018. This study used a simple randomized block design with 11 treatments and 3 replications namely: treatment without P papuena extract (control); 20 %, 22.5%, 25%, 27.5% and 30% flesh of P papuena fruit extract respectively; 20%, 22.5 %, 25 %, 27.5 % and 30 % fruit extract of whole P papuena. The results of the research showed that the treatment of 30% the whole of P papuena fruit extract concentration affected the mortality of S litura larvae, crop damage intensity and seed weight but it did not affect significantly to the plant height and harvest index.