PEST ATTACKED LEVEL ON JABON PLANTATION (Anthocephalus cadamba Miq.) AT NEGARA RATU II VILLAGE NATAR DISTRICTS OF SOUTH LAMPUNG REGENCY

Devi Yustia Safitri, Indriyanto Indriyanto, Agus M Hariri

Abstract


Jabon (Anthocephalus cadamba Miq.) is one of  the selected trees as plantation forest in Indonesia. The constrain of jabon plantation is various species of insects which become the pests.  Therefore, this research was aimed to discover the damage level of jabon plantation the consequence of the pest attack on jabon forest in Negararatu II village, Natar district of South Lampung.  This study was conducted from July to September 2015. The sampling method is systematically multiple plot. The plot size is 20 m x 20 m and distance of each plots is 10 m, hence the amount of the plots are 18. The result showed there were some insects species wich become the pest of jabon such as bagworm (Mahasena corbetti), grasshopper (Locusta migratoria), leafhopper (Bothrogonia sp.), and  stem borer (Zeuzera sp.) that inflict  damage  level about  30,4% – 62,4%.

Keywords: damage level, jabon, pest

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