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The research aims to (1) identify the factors that influence rice production of landscape IPM and non-landscape IPM farming, (2) analyze the allocative efficiency of rice production factors use under landscape IPM and non-landscape IPM farming, (3) analyze the factors that influence rice farming income of landscape IPM and non-landscape IPM farming, and (4) analyze of IPM field school on the use of chemical pesticides. This research was conducted in December 2018 - July 2019. The basic method of this research was survey. The research location was in Klaten District as one of the landscape IPM program sites. The sample consisted of 30 landscape IPM rice farmers and 30 non-landscape IPM rice farmers who determined by simple random sampling. Data were analyzed by using multiple linear regression equation and Ordinary Least Square (OLS) method with Cobb-Douglas production function. The results of the study are as follow: (1) farmers in Klaten District who applied the principle of landscape IPM had higher rice productivity and farm income, (2) the use of land size and seed on landscape IPM farmers and land use in landscape IPM has not been efficient so that it can still increase land size and seeds to increase rice production (3) increasing in seed prices and wages of hired labor can reduce rice farming income. Meanwhile, the expansion of land size can increase rice farming income, (4) IPM field school has the effect of using fewer chemical pesticides by farmers.