[This article belongs to Volume - 40, Issue - 02]

Effectiveness of The Liquid Smoke Waste of Red Fruit (Pandanus conoideus Lam) As Biopesticides to Germination Seed Weeds Plantation in the Upland Rice Moai

The testing on easy-to-grow weed sprouts needs to be carried out to see how bioherbicides work. This research aims to know the effectiveness of bioherbicide waste of seed red fruit in controlling weeds on planting local upland rice Moai in Wamena. The study is arranged in Complete Random Design (CRD), i.e., the first factor is the type seed weed of Moai upland rice: Solanum americanum, Polygorum rockym, Crassocephalum crepidioides, Persicaria barbata Linn, Ageratum conyzoides, Acanthus ilicifolius, Actinoscirpus grossus, Cyperus brevifolius, Bidens pilosa L., Rorippa indica L., Emilia sonchifiolia L., Paspalum longifolium, Ischaemum fimorense, Scirpus juncoides, Micaina Micratha, Crotalaria longirostrata, Sida rhombifolia L., Sonchus arvensis L., Cyperus rotundus, Eragrostis unioliodes, and Amaranthus spinosus L.. The second factor is the type kind of liquid smoke waste of seed red fruit: Control/Without Waste Liquid Smoke Seed Fruit Red (M0), Waste liquid smoke Seed Fruit Red Length (M1), Waste liquid smoke Seed Fruit Red Short (M2), Waste liquid smoke Seed Fruit Red Cultivars Red Brown (M3) and Waste of liquid smoke Seed Fruit Red Cultivars Yellow (M4). Results study indicates liquid smoke may be used as an alternative material organic for bioherbicide because the extract gives significant change to sprout weeds tested on planting upland rice local of Moai, compared to treatment control. Giving bioherbicide influential real to germination seed weed. This finding will contribute not only as the effective technology of weed control but also on the implementation of green economic in Moai upland rice production.