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Scirj Volume VI, Issue V, May 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

The Type Caterpillar of Lepidoptera Ordo and Control Techniques by Farmers for Soybean in South Sulawesi Indonesia

Abdul Fattah, Sylvia Syam, Itji Diana Daud, and Vien Sartika Dewi

Abstract: This study aims to identify the type of caterpillar of Lepidoptera ordo and the level of damage to soybean on the sediment fields LakeTempe. Lake Tempe is area very potential for agricultural land during the dry season. One of the most planted commodities in the area is soybean. The main problem faced by farmers is the number of caterppilar pest attack on soybean leaves is high enough. Research on identification of caterpillar types that attack of soybean leave and insecticide application frequency by farmer was conducted at Tancung Village, Tanasitolo District, Wajo Regency and in Panincong Village, Soppeng Regency area of Lake Tempe, during Juli to November, 2016. The second activity is Experimental Garden of Agriculture in Maros during Augst to December 2016. The experiments were performed with Randomized Block Design with using three varieties i.e.Anjasmoro, Argomulyo, and Grobogan as treatments and three replications.The results show that there are 4 types of insect that damage soybean leaves around Lake Tempe Spodoptera litura. S exempta Wlk..S.litura is the dominant of insectr attacking soybean plants. The highest attack symptoms on Anjasmoro variety (between 31.6% until 35.22%,). Argomulyo variety gave the highest yield (18.98 g plant-1).The intensity of soybean leaf damage is high enough, as a result, the farmers give high frequency of spraying.

Reference this Paper: The Type Caterpillar of Lepidoptera Ordo and Control Techniques by Farmers for Soybean in South Sulawesi Indonesia by Abdul Fattah, Sylvia Syam, Itji Diana Daud, and Vien Sartika Dewi published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VI, Issue V, May 2018 Edition, Page 49-54 ".

Search Terms: Soybean; Types of armyworm; damage intensity; insecticide; Lake Tempe area

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