The Implementation of Integrated Pest Management (ipm) on Rainfed Rice in Gunungkidul Yogyakarta

Penilaian: 0 / 5

Nonaktifkan BintangNonaktifkan BintangNonaktifkan BintangNonaktifkan BintangNonaktifkan Bintang
 


The Implementation of Integrated Pest Management (ipm) on Rainfed Rice in
Gunungkidul Yogyakarta

Kiki Yolanda*, Arlyna B. Pustika, C. Astri Wirasti, Evi Pujiastuti, and Sudarmaji
Assessment Institutes for Agricultural Technology of Yogyakarta
*Corresponding author: Alamat email ini dilindungi dari robot spam. Anda memerlukan Javascript yang aktif untuk melihatnya.

 


Abstract

 

One of the problems of rainfed rice in Gunungkidul District is the disruption of pests and diseases. Farmer awareness and knowledge on integrated pest management is still low. Generally, chemical control is used dominantly by farmers. The aim of this research was to determine the effect of integrated pest management model on damage intensity of major pest and rainfed rice yield. This research was conducted in Wareng village, Wonosari sub-district, Gunungkidul district in January until April 2018. The research was carry out on 0.5 hectaresarea as IPM model and 0.5 hectares as control (conventional model/non-IPM). IPM model adopts the integrated crop management (ICM) concept and pest-disease control based on threshold of control. Sampling was done randomly on 5 plots and 25 hill per plot. Damage intensity of major pest and disease was recorded once every two weeks. The rainfed rice yield was measured by tile method on 2,5 m x 2,5 m areas with 9 replications. Results of the research showed that the IPM model reduced damage intensity of blast disease and rice bugs. Rainfed rice yield in IPM is significantly higher (6,82 ton/ha) compared to conventional model (5,5 kg ton/ha).


Keywords: IPM, pest and disease, rainfed rice 


 

 

  • Untuk informasi jurnal secara lengkap bisa lihat disini

 

 

 

BALAI PENELITIAN LINGKUNGAN PERTANIAN

Indonesian Agricultural Environment Research Institute (IAERI)

 


 

A. Wihardjaka (1) and L.J. Wade (2)
(1)Research Station of Agricultural Environment Preservation

(2)International Rice Research Institute

Medsos Facebook