Invasive Foreign Vegetation Analysis on Forest Revitalization Area Block Argowulan National Park Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park

Zulharman Zulharman

Abstract


The objectives of the study were to identify invasive species and invasive species and diversity of invasive plant species in the forest revitalization area of Argowulan Block Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. This research was carried out in the revitalization area of Block Argowulan forest, Mount Penanjakan Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (TNBTS) Malang from November 2014 until February 2015 by sampling method by vegetation analysis. Invasive species invasive species are Ageratina riparia, Acacia decurrens, Tithonia diversifolia and Imperata cylindrica with clumped patterns and diversified diversity. Types that are able to change ecosystems are Acacia decurrens and Imperata cylindrica, because they have alelopathic substances that cause other plants can not grow. The association of Acacia decurrens most strongly with Ageratina riparia, indicated by the Ochiai index of 0.03; Dice index 0.23; And Jaccard index 0.30 with index value close to 1

Keywords


analysis, invasive foreign plant, spread, Argowulan, Bromo

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