Introduction Study of Potential of Natural Insecticide Liquid Smoke from Solid Waste Oil Palm to Brown Plant Hopper (Nilaparvata lugens Stall) in South Kalimantan
Keywords:Natural Insecticide, liquid smoke and solid waste oil palm bunch
Has conducted research into the use of liquid smoke coming from solid waste such as bunch as an insecticide is applied to the brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens Stal in the greenhouse. The study was conducted in April-August 2014 Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan, which aims to determine the potential or capability of liquid smoke in killing brown planthopper. Treatments are five levels of concentration of liquid smoke as follows 0.25 ml / 100 ml; 0.5 ml / 100 ml; 0.75 ml / 100 ml, 1 ml / 100 ml, 1.25 ml / 100 solution and the control treatment (without a solution of liquid smoke). The results showed a solution of liquid smoke can kill brown planthopper up 91.67% after applied with liquid smoke solution with a concentration of 1.25 ml / 100 solution.
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