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The Impact of Use Conventional Agriculture on Soil Arthropoda Community in Starfruit (Averrhoacarambola L.) Ngringinrejo Village Bojonegoro, Indonesia

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Published Issue : Volume-3 Issue-6
Year of Publication : 2020
Unique Identification Number : IJSRED-V3I6P108
Authors : Dini Mei Anggraini, Amin Setyo Leksono, Zulfaidah Penata Gama
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Abstract :

Bojonegoro is one of cities in East Java that has tourism potential. Agriculture-based tourism object, namely starfruit garden. Starfruit garden applying conventional farming systems namely the use of pesticides and synstetic fertilizer in order to increase the number of starfruit garden production. Soil arthropods is a arthropods that have an important role in decomposing organic materials and soil nutrients. On the farmland there is organic content and soil nutrients that abundants enough, because the addition of manure of energy in the ground. The research was conducted in June 2018 - April 2019 took pleace in the Belimbing Garden (Averrhoacarambola L.)Ngringinrejo Village, Kalitidu District, Bojonegoro Regency. This study to examine the soil arhropods community structure in organic and inorganic farmland as well as the effect of chemical and physical environmental factors to community structure of soil arthropods and farmers' perceptions of organic and conventional farming systems. The study was conducted with samples of soil sampling using Pitfall Trapmethod, measuring abiotic factors of temperature, soil pH, air humidity, light intensity and soil organic matter.The data obtained were analyzed with Ms. Excel and the PAST program to search Taxa Richness for arthropod, abundance, frequency, Shannon – Wiener diversity index and Import Value Index for Atrhropod. Then they were analyzed regression, cluster, and biplot to determine the relationship between the two. The results showed impact use conventional agriculture, taxa richness and arthropodedivesrityindex from station one to station five. The value of indicates the dominance of Formicidae family. The Shannon Wiener diversity index (H ') was 4.68 in the category of moderate species diversity and moderate community stability. The evennes (E) population value tends to be even. Soil arthropod diversity index shows that the diversity in the starfruit garden with the system organic (H '= 4.68) is higher than on conventional land (H' = 4.64) and the category of species diversity is moderate and community stability is moderate.