Gene H.M. Kapantow
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PERANAN SEKTOR PERTANIAN DI KABUPATEN MINAHASA TENGGARA Pondaag, Geraldo G.; Kapantow, Gene H.M.; Sondak, Lorraine W.Th.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 11, No 2 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.11.2.2015.8636

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This study aimed to assess the role of the agricultural sector in Southeast Minahasa Regency. The role was measured by the contribution of the agricultural sector in GRDP and the position of the agricultural sector in the regency economy, whether as it was a base or non-base sector. This research was conducted in Southeast Minahasa Regency. The data used were collected from the Central Bureau of Statistics, both South Minahasa and North Sulawesi offices, Planning Board (Bappeda) of Southeast Minahasa, and the Agricultural Agency of Southeast Minahasa Regency. The data were analyzed by calculating  the contribution of the agricultural sector, LQ and DLQ. The results showed that inspite of the drop in recent years, the agricultural sector remained had the largest contribution in GRDP of Southeast Minahasa Regency. Based on LQ analysis, it was shown that the agricultural sector was one of the four base sectors. Other base sectors were mining and quarrying, manufacturing, and construction sectors. Furthermore, from five sub-sectors within the agricultural sector, two of them were base sub sectors, namely food crops and plantation, while livestocks, forestry and fisheries were non-base sub-sectors. Based on DLQ analysis, the position of the agricultural sector in the future would remain as a base sector. There would be several sub-sectors in agriculture that had the potential to become base sub-sectors in the future, namely food crops, plantation, livestock and forestry, while fisheries sub-sector was predicated to remain as a non base sub-sector in the future.
POLA PENGALOKASIAN PENDAPATAN PETANI CENGKEH DI DESA KIAWA I KECAMATAN KAWANGKOAN UTARA Lumintang, Wandi Brafeli; Mandei, Juliana R.; Kapantow, Gene H.M.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 12, No 2A (2016)
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The objective of this research was to understandthe allocation pattern of clove farmers’ income at Kiawa 1 Village at the harvest time in 2014. This research was conducted in the Kiawa 1 Village for 3 months, from April 2015 to July 2015. Primary and secondary data were used in this research. The primary data were obtained by interviewing respondents using a list of questions (questionnaire). The secondary data were obtained from some relevant offices. Thirty respondents were randomly selected from 86 available farmers. Data were analysed descriptivelyusing some tables. The respondents were grouped based on their incomes, which were those with incomes less than 50 millions rupiahs and those with incomes of 50 millions rupiahs or above.The results showed that the income allocation pattern of the farmers' with income <50 million as follows:average consumption was Rp. 25,762,483.6 or 70.48%, average investment was Rp. 6396533.7 or 17.50%, and average savings was Rp. 4389871.4 or 12.01%. Moreover, the pattern for the group of farmers with income >50 million as follows: average consumption was Rp. 46,242,699.1 or 46.67%, average investment was Rp. 27,309,599.67 or 27.56% and average savings was Rp. 25,532,689.2 or 25.76%. The results indicated that the magnitude of the farmer's income affected the income allocation for consumption, investment and savings. As the farmers’ incomes increased the allocation for consumption tended to decrease while the allocation for investment and savings tended to increase.*ghmk*
TINGKAT KEPUASAN KONSUMEN BUAH LOKAL DAN BUAH IMPOR TERHADAP PELAYANAN DI PASAR SWALAYAN “JUMBO” DI KOTA MANADO Lomboan, Riheld H.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Sondakh, Mex F. L.; Kapantow, Gene H.M.
COCOS Vol 6, No 4 (2015)
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ABSTRACTRiheld Hiskia Lomboan. Consumer Satisfaction For Local Fruits and Fruit Import To The Services in "Jumbo" Supermarket in Manado Municipality (under the guidance of Grace A. J. Rumagit as chairman, Mex. F. L. Sondakh and Gene H. M. Kapantow as members).Customer satisfaction is very important factor for entrepreneurs in running a business. Consumer satisfaction in the can can lead to repeat purchases even consumers may be loyal to the product. The objective of this research is to determine the level of customer satisfaction to the service at Jumbo Supermarkets in Manado municipality through the aspects of reliability, responsiveness, Assurance, Empathy, and Tangibles.This research uses primary data and secondary data. Sampling method in this research is Accidental Sampling.The research result showed that the level costumer satisfaction for local fruit and imported fruit based on reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy and tangibles was categorized as satisfy and more satisfy to the services at Jumbo Supermarket.Keywords: Consumer Satisfaction, FiveAspects of Consumer Satisfaction
PERANAN SEKTOR PERTANIAN DALAM PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH KOTA TOMOHON Tampun, Jessi S.; Kapantow, Gene H.M.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Sondakh, Lorraine W.Th.
COCOS Vol 6, No 4 (2015)
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ABSTRACTJessi S. Tampun , 2014. Role of Agriculture in Regional Development Tomohon ( under the guidance of G.H.M. Kapantow , as Chairman of the Advisory Committee , as well as Grace A.J. Rumagit and Lorraine W.Th. Sondakh as Members ) .This study aims to determine the contribution of the agricultural sector to regional development in Tomohon , knowing the position of the agricultural sector and sub- sector of food crops , plantations , livestock , forestry , and fisheries in Tomohon and determine the role of agriculture in the economy in Tomohon seen from the figures given income multiplier .The research was conducted in Tomohon with data collection at the Central Bureau of Statistics Tomohon and North Sulawesi . Data were analyzed by using several types of calculations includingcalculating contributions , LQ and DLQ analysis to identify the agricultural sector as well as changes in the position and income multiplier analysis to look at the role of the agricultural sector The results of research show In 2013 the agricultural sector has contributed 14 , 45 % of the total GDP Tomohon with two sub-sectors of the agricultural sector which has the greatest contribution is the food crops subsector which contributed 5.40% to the total GDP . The position of the agricultural sector that is non- base in 2013 , a period to akang come into a position change by sub- sector base that follows the sub- sectors of the food crops , livestock and forestry . Plantation and fisheries sub- sectors remain at non- base . The role of the agricultural sector in terms of revenue in Tomohon affect change in the total income of the area in Tomohon . The advice in this experiment is a need for special attention to the agricultural sector in Tomohon remember in future agricultural sector will experience a change in position and supported through Tomohon known as the City of Agro .Keywords: contribution, agricultural sector, regional development.
KINERJA PENYULUH PERTANIAN LAPANGAN DI DESA PAHALETEN KECAMATAN KAKAS Meray, Christian; Benu, Olfie L.S.; Kapantow, Gene H.M.; Porajouw, Oktavianus
COCOS Vol 5, No 1 (2014)
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ABSTRACTCHRISTIAN H. Meray / 050314044, 2014. Performance Agricultural Extension Workers in Rural District of Kakas Pahaleten. Thesis. Under the guidance of Benu Olfie L.S, (Chair), Gene H.M Kapantow, (Member 1) and Oktavianus Porajouw, (Member 2).This study was conducted to determine the performance of agricultural extension field in the village of Kakas Pahaleten Subdistrict. It is expected that the results of this study may give an idea to obtain information as input to the government on the performance of Minahasa District agricultural extension so that its presence can be really helpful in improving the welfare of farmers.In the implementation of this study, respondents were taken as 1 extension and 7 farmers taken at random sampling from the three groups of farmers. This is done in order to determine the respondents obtained information from sources related to the purpose of this study.There are two factors that affect the performance of agricultural extension are internal factors that include age agricultural extension, education level, and years of agricultural extension while external factors include the availability of the necessary infrastructure, systems and shelter appreciation agricultural extension. Performance and success of agricultural extension is measured by 9 indicators: agricultural extension programs according to the needs of farmers, agricultural extension work plan in respective work areas - each, territory map data for location-specific technology development with region commodity, agricultural technology4dissemination evenly and according to the needs of farmers, empowerment and self-reliance of farmers and farmer groups, business partnerships between farmers and entrepreneurs are mutually beneficial, farmers' access to financial institutions of information and marketing of agricultural inputs, increase the productivity of agri-commodities on each seed - each work area, increase revenue and welfare of farmers in each region.The results of research on the performance of agricultural extension in the village of the District Kakas Pahaleten can be categorized either, as seen from the 9 indicators into the performance benchmarks extension plus the assessment of farmers to extension itself.
FAKTOR-FAKTOR PENYEBAB PERGESERAN TENAGA KERJA SEKTOR PERTANIANKE SEKTOR NON PERTANIAN DI KECAMATAN KALAWAT,KABUPATEN MINAHASA UTARA Pesik, Claudio Stylone; Kapantow, Gene H.M.; Katiandagho, Theodora M.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 12, No 3A (2016)
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This study aims to determine what factors are causing the shift of labor from agriculture to non-agricultural sectors in District of Kalawat, North Minahasa. Factors of labor shift are caused by two categories: driving factors og the agricultural sector and the pull factors of non-agricultural sector so that agricultural labor to leaving work in the agricultural sector and chose to work in the non-agricultural sector. This research has been conducted since Agustus 2016 until Oktober 2016 in district of Kalawat, North Minahasa. Data collection included primary data and secondary data. Data collection method was used interview techniques. Method of selecting a sample was used sample (quota sampling). The number of respondents who would be interviewed as many 30 respondents. The characteristics of respondent are agricultural laborers have switched jobs to non-agricultural sector in district Kalawat, North Minahasa. Secondary data were obtained from the District Office Kalawat, North Minahasa. Data analysis methods applied in this study, by using descriptive method. The results of research through interviews with 30 respondents in District of Kalawat, North Minahasa. The main factors that cause labor to leave work in the agricultural sector which, because wages in the agricultural sector due to the erratic and low (43,3%) due to wages in the agricultural sector are uncertain and likely to lower the climate is influesed by the weather making revenue is often not fixed and tend to be low. As well as land became narrower and don not have any more land (43,3%) resulting from the conversion of agricultural land where settlement is also a non-agricultural activities and infrastructure development also makes labor can no longer work as farmers because it has no land for farming. Low view of work in agriculture (10%) and also due to sick and tired of working on the farm (3,3%) to make agricultural work force feel they can no longer work in the agricultural sector. It is the driving factor of the agriculutural sector which makes labor leave work in the agricultural sector.
VALUASI EKONOMI WISATA ALAM DANAU LINOW TOMOHON BERDASARKAN BIAYA PERJALANAN WISATAWAN LOKAL Kumesan, Enricco R.; Wangke, Welson M.; Kapantow, Gene H.M.; Tarore, Melissa L.G.
COCOS Vol 6, No 8 (2015)
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ABSTRACT  The aim of this research is to know the economic value of Linow Lake, a natural tourism destination in Tomohon, based on the travel cost method. The study conducted for five months starting from December 2014 until April 2015. The data used in this research were both primary data obtained from questionnaires filled by the respondents and secondary data collected from several relevant sources including managers from Linow Lake Tourism Management and officials from tourism officee of  Tomohon City.  Data were analyzed using the travel cost approach. The result showed that the travel cost significantly influenced  the number of tourists visiting the lake. Moreover,  the economic value based on the  willingness to pay was Rp 244,549,550.40 by 1000 population or Rp 167,917.21 individually.  The real cost spent by local tourists was  Rp 196,098,922.26 by 1000 population or Rp 134,649,13 individually meaning that the  consumer surplus was Rp 48,450,628.14 by 1000 population or Rp 33,268.08 individually.  Key words:Economic valuation. Travel cost, Linow Lake Tomohon
FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI PRODUKSI PALA DI KECAMATAN MANGANITU KABUPATEN KEPULAUAN SANGIHE Tarimakase, Yustin; Pangemanan, Paulus A.; Baroleh, Jenny; Kapantow, Gene H.M.
COCOS Vol 4, No 4 (2014)
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ABSTRACTYustin Tarimakase. The factors that influence the production of nutmeg in Manganitu Sub District (Under guidance of Paulus A. Pangemanan as a cahirman Jenny Baroleh and Gene H. M. Kapantow as members).The objective of this research is to determine tha factor that influence the production of nutmeg in Manganitu Sub District, Sangihe Islands. This research uses survey methods and Primary data obtained from questioner and interview with nutmeg farmers and secondary data from related department such as agriculture, animal, husbandry, estate plantation, and forestry service of Sangihe Island Regency, Manganitu sub District office and Sangihe Islands Statistic Central Service.This study analyzed using multiple regression by calculating the factors that influence behavior of farmers in production such as land, labor, capital and farmers behavior (dummy).The result of this research showed that was by R value or determination coefficient was 73,89 the remaining 26,2 %. The result of regression analysis from the formula Y = 4,0 + 34,9 X1 ? 6,87 X2 + 0,0004 X3 + 5,32 X4.Effect of land to nutmeg production (X1) was 34,9 of means that the increase of one unit of land will be followed by the increase of 34,9 unit of production. The effect of labor to nutmeg production (X2) was ? 6,87 means that the increase of one unit of labor will be followed by the decrease of 6,87 unit of nutmeg production.The effect of capital to nutmeg production (X3) was 0,00004 means that the increase of one unit of capital will be followed by the increase of 0,0004 unit of production.The effect of farmer behavior to nutmeg production (X4) was 5,34 means that the increase of one unit of farmer behavior will be followed by the increase of 5,34 unit production
EFISIENSI PENGGUNAAN FAKTOR PRODUKSI PADA USAHATANI PADI SAWAH DI KELURAHAN TONDANGOW KECAMATAN TOMOHON SELATAN Pongoh, Dianne J.F.; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Kapantow, Gene H.M.; Talumingan, Celsius
COCOS Vol 4, No 4 (2014)
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ABSTRACTDianne Jilly Fioline Pongoh. Efficiency Use Of Production Factor in Rice Farming in Tondangow Village South Tomohon Sub District. Under the guidance of Esry O. H. Laoh as Chairman; Gene H. M. Kapantow and Celsius Talumingan as a Members.The objective of this research is to analyze the efficiency of production factors in rice farming. This study was conducted from November 2013 until January 2014. Primary and secondary data were used in this research. The primary data were obtained directly from respondents by using questionnaires. The secondary data were obtained from related institutions. Respondents were selected by using Simple Random Sampling method. The total samples are 20 members of rice farmers. Data were analyzed using the multiple regression analysis based on the Cobb Douglas model.The analysis showed that technically, the use of urea, phonska, and pesticides were efficient, whereas the use of labor has not efficient yet and the use of seeds has not efficient anymore. Allocatively, the use of urea, phonska and labor has not efficient yet, whereas the use of seeds and pesticides has not efficient anymore. Economically, all product factor analysis in this study (seeds, urea, phonska, pesticides and labor) weren’t efficient yet.
FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI ALIH FUNGSI LAHAN PERTANIAN DI KABUPATEN MINAHASA SELATAN Lagarense, Vinny I.; Kapantow, Gene H.M.; Kumaat, Ribka M.; Sondak, Lorraine W. Th.
COCOS Vol 6, No 3 (2015)
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ABSTRAKThis study aimed to analyze the factors that affect the conversion of agriculturalland to non-agricultural in South Minahasa Regency. In particular, this study analyzed the effectof population, GRDP per capita, and number of industry to the change of the area of agriculturalland.This study was conducted using secondary data obtained from the office of BPS (CentralBureau of Statistics) South Minahasa. The data was then analyzed using multiple linearregression analysis.The results showed that only GRDP per capita which significantly affectedthe areaagricultural land in South Minahasa Regency. If GRDP per capita increased, the area ofagricultural land would decrease. This was an indication that when the people income increased,the land requirement for non-agricultural activities such as housing, offices, and otherinfrastructure would also increase. The required land tended to be converted from agriculturalland.