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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 2, February 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Use Of Various Germplasm Palm Oil Plantation Of Population Insect Pollinators (Elaeidobius Kamerunicus Faust.) In PPKS Collection, Riau

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AUTHOR(S)

Amnesty Situmeang, Ameilia Zuliyanti Siregar, Maryani Cyccu Tobing

 

KEYWORDS

Germplasm, Palm Oil Plantation, Insect Pollinator, Elaeidobius kamerunicus, PPKS, Riau.

 

ABSTRACT

This study aims to determine the effect of various germplasm palm oil plantation of population insect pollinators (Elaeidobius kamerunicus Faust.) In PPKS collection at Kebun Kalianta, Riau. The study was conducted from May to July 2016 with a purposive sampling method. The results showed total population of E. kamerunicus is 9,123 head/0.5ha (3,160 head 0.5ha: 5,963 head/ 0.5ha) in the male flowers and amounted to 433 head/0.5ha (182 head/0.5ha: 251 heads/0.5ha ) in female flowers. E. kamerunicus highest male population of 1,244 head/0.5ha and female high of 2,241 head/0.5ha germplasm contained in V3 (Accession Wild Angola) in the male flowers and the male population of E. kamerunicus high of 41 head/0.5ha and the highest female amounting to 65 head/0.5ha located on E. guineensis germplasm in the female flowers on the contrary the lowest population of 0 head/0.5ha located on E. oleifera germplasm of both the male flowers and female flowers. Only the air temperature significantly affect E. kamerunicus male population (r = 0763, p <0.05), while rainfall, humidity, light intensity, wind speed and no significant effect on the existence of E. Kamerunicus male and female.

 

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