Flood Power Test Flower Leaf Flower Extract at Four (Mirabilis jalapa) on Fusarium Fungus Growth and Rizoctonia

Ahmad Fudhail Majid
A.Irma Suryani


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2685/sainsmat7164712018

Abstract


Flower leaf extract at four (Mirabilis jalapa), has a secondary metabolite compound that can be used as a botanical pesticide. Secondary metabolite compounds from this plant can be combined with entomopathogenic microbes such as entomopathogenic fungi for maximum effect and power in controlling the insects so it is necessary to investigate the inhibitory power of M. jalapa extract to the fungus. This research uses extract of M. jalapa concentration 0 (control), 0,1; 0.2; 0.4; and 0.8% (w / v), the inhibitory test using the agar diffusion method. The results showed that the metabolite compound produced from M. jalapa did not inhibit the working power of Rizoctonia and Fusarium fungi so as to allow the M.jalapa leaf extract to be combined with the fungus for further research on botanical combinations of pesticides.Keywords: Bioinsecticide, Mirabilis jalapa, Spodoptera litura, Mortality

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