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KAJIAN USAHATANI TUMPANG GILIR TANAMAN PADI DAN TOMAT DI DESA WOLAANG KECAMATAN LANGOWAN TIMUR Solar, Marisa; Talumingan, Celsius; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Sendow, Martha M.
COCOS Vol 6, No 17 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v6i17.9590

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ABSTRACT Rotate overlap is a system of farming for a year or more consisting of several times planting one or several types of crops in rotation . This study aims to determine the magnitude of Rice and Tomato farm income as a plant overlapping shifts during one year . There are many combinations of plants that are cultivated farmers within one year of production , and kombinassi - combination of these plants generally always be replaced in each year . Production depends on weather conditions and market demand . The benefits of this research as information for researchers , and as fill material for the extension agencies concerned and the parties need .
PERILAKU PETANI DALAM PENGELOLAAN USAHATANI KELAPA DI DESA GOSOMA KECAMATAN TOBELO KABUPATEN HALMAHERA UTARA Tobelo, Paulus H.; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Timban, Jean F.J.; Baroleh, Jenny
COCOS Vol 6, No 10 (2015)
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ABSTRACT  This study aims to identify the behavior of farmers in managing coconut farm in the village of Gosoma, Tobelo district.  Coconut farming in this area is not something new for the community, since it has been done using conventional practices revealing their penetration in the culture in this place. This culture should be adjusted to the farmers? economic needs. This can be a barrier if farmers have limited knowledge and their attitudes are still very traditional.  This research was conducted in the Gosoma village, Tobelo District. Data were collected for three months, from August to October 2014. The data obtained are primary data and secondary data.  Primary data were obtained directly from a survey for farmers involved in managing coconut farming in the village of Gosoma.  The secondary data were  obtained from some government bodies related to this study. The author takes a sample using purposive sampling technique with sample size of 50% of the total population or 60 coconut farmers.  The results show that 1) Farmers still apply  traditional  coconut processing, and still have the tendency to maintain  the heritage. 2) Coconut farmers like coconut farming jobs because they are used to working as farmers.  There are a few who do not  like to be farmers because of occasionally insufficient income in this business. Until now the coconut farmers have not been formally trained, but have learned from practices shown by their ancestors.  They were able to maintain their plantations because of the finances they get from this business. 3) Almost all parts of the coconut tree can be used such as midrib, leaves and shells.  However, the processing or utilization of the waste of palm trees has not been optimally processed.  Some people argued that the waste is useless and worthless. The conclusions of the study are 1) The  farmers in the village of  Gosoma  still apply traditional ways in managing coconut farm. There are four reasons behind this.  Firstly, out of the 60 coconut farmer respondents in the village of Gosoma, there are only 15% who are actively doing family run coconut farming.  Secondly, most the the 60 farmer respondents still rely on the products of their coconut farm. Moreover, for the coconut farmer, agricultural land is everything that makes a reliable source of food, a highly valued property,   and the most important factor for social status. Thirdly, out of the 60 farmer respondents there are 45 respondents who have a very strong will to preserve tradition and social solidarity.   Coconut farming waste is used for food and other daily needs. Coconut tree trunks and palm fronds are used as firewoods in the kitchen. Coconut fiber and shell are usually sold. The coconut shell is sometimes used to heat traditional iron to press clothes.   Key words: farmers? behavior, managing coconut farm, Tobelo
PERBANDINGAN TINGKAT KESEJAHTERAAN PETANI KENTANG DILIHAT DARI SALURAN PEMASARAN YANG BERASAL DARI DESA MAKAARUYEN KECAMATAN MODOINDING Dongi, Rilia R.; Dumais, Joachim N.K.; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Sondakh, Lorraine W. Th.
COCOS Vol 4, No 6 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v4i6.4819

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ABSTRAKRiliaRibkaDongi . Comparison of Potato Farmers Welfare Level Seen FromMarketing Channels Originating in the Makaaruyen Village Modoinding Sub District.Under Guidance Ir . Joachim N. K. Dumais , ME as chairman , Dr . Ir .Esry O. H.Laoh , MS and Lorraine W.Th. Sondakh , SP ., MP as member .The objective of this research is to determine the welfare level of potato farmers basedon marketing channels of potatoes in Makaaruyen Village Modoinding Sub District.This research was conducted in Makaaruyen Village Modoinding Sub District , occurred inMarch of 2014. Data collected in this study are primary and secondary data . Primary datawere obtained from 40 respondents potato farmers , and secondary data obtained from theinstitutions associated with this study that is BP3K District of Modoinding , ModoindingDistrict Office , and BKKBN Manado. Data collecting used simple random sampling method.The research result showed that there were 2 marketing channel that can be comparedstatistically namely :1. Channel 1 : Farmer collecting trader consumer2. Channel 2 : Farmer collecting trader retailer consumerT test result indicated that at marketing channel 1 is larger than the farmer welfare level atmarketing channel 2.
PENGARUH PRODUKSI TANAMAN PANGAN TERHADAP INDEKS HARGA PANGAN DI KOTA MANADO Manaida, Sylvia S; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Benu, Olfie L.S.; Dumais, Joachim N.K.
COCOS Vol 3, No 5 (2013)
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ABSTRACTThe objective of this study in to determine the effect to Crop Production OfFood Price Index in Manado this study uses secondary data. The data used is obtainedfrom the Office of the Central Bureau of Statistics of North Sulawesi Province, in theform of time series data. Analysis of data using multiple linear regressi on models toexamine the relationship between production of food crops, with food price indeks inManado city.The results of research showed that the effect of Crop Production Of Food PriceIndex in Manado City is influenced by two variables, the production of food crops inthe city of Manado and food crop production in North Sulawesi Province outside ofthe city of Manado.Based on regression analysis, it can be concluded that the F-value equal to 2,07with a significant level of 0,197 which means the production of food crops in the cityof Manado and food crop production in North Sulawesi city of Manado out jointlysignificant effect on food price index. Determinant coefficient ( ) of 0,521 indicatedthat 52.1% of food price index is affected by the variables the production of foodcrops in the city of Manado and food crop production in North Sulawesi Provinceoutside of the city of Manado. Regression coefficient for the variable crop productionin the city of Manado was positive it means that the variable is 0,07058 cropproduction in Manado City but had a significant effect on food price index withP=0,092, but the regression coefficient for the variable crop production in NorthSulawesi Province outside of the city of Manado -0,0003927 was negative whichmeans variable crop production in North Sulawesi Province outside of the city ofManado had a significant effect on food price index in the city of Manado withP=0,090.
STRUKTUR BIAYA PANEN CENGKEH DI DESA KANEYAN KECAMATAN TARERAN KABUPATEN MINAHASA SELATAN Simbar, Regina; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Wangke, Welson M.; Tangkere, Ellen G.
COCOS Vol 5, No 3 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v5i3.5993

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ABSTRACTRegina Simbar. Cost Structure of Cloves Harvesting In Kaneyan Village Tareran sub District South Minahasa regency under the guidance of H. O. Esry Laoh as a Chairman , Welson M. Wangke , and Ellen G. Tangkere as Members.The objective of this research is to determine the amount of costs incurred by the farmer at the time of clove harvest in Kaneyan village Tareran sub District, South Minahasa Regency. The research was conducted for five months from May to September 2014. The data used in the study were primary data and secondary data. Primary data collection were conducted by interview using a questionnaire, while secondary data are taken from the related government agencies. method of sampling is done with stratified random sampling method based on the amount of production with a total sample of 20 farmers clove into three strata. stratum I with a total production of < 250 kg , 250-500 kg stratum II and stratum III with total production of ≥ 500 kg . obtained in this study using descriptive analysis. The research result showed that the cost of harvesting was Rp. 40352.47 / kg and the average production was 468,3Kg . Cost clove harvest every strata is stratum I Rp . 38009.2 / Kg Stratum II Rp . 39 046 / Kg Stratum III Rp . 41337.7 / Kg .The harvesting cost in Kaneyan village clove harvest was relatively affordable and provide income for the farmers who harvest of cloves.
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN PEDAGANG BUNGA HIAS DI KELURAHAN KAKASKASEN KOTA TOMOHON Rapar, Licky N.; Talumingan, Celsius; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Ruauw, Eyverson
COCOS Vol 5, No 1 (2014)
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ABSTRACTThe objective of this study is to determine the income and the efficiency of Ornamental Flower Merchants in the Village of Kakaskasen, Tomohon City. This research is conducted in Kakaskasen Village, Tomohon City for 2 (two) months in November to December 2012. The data used is primary data obtained through direct observation and interviews with Ornamental Flower mercahants based on a questionnaire in the form of questionnaires, and secondary data obtained from the relevant agencies Agriculture Department, the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) Tomohon and Kakaskasen Village Office. The data were analyzed descriptively and presented in tabular form. The results showed that the income of Ornamental Flower Merchants in the Village of Kakaskasen Tomohon City in one production process is Rp 6,694,673.61 /merchant and Rp 18,093,712.46/hectare. The efficiency of the Ornamental Flower Businesses from the R : C Analysis show value greater than one that is 4.29. This indicates that the Ornamental Flower Businesses in Kakaskasen Village Tomohon City is profitable, so it deserves to remain manageable even more developed.Key Word : the income of ornamental flower merchants, the R : C Analysis
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.
STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN AGROINDUSTRI BERBASIS BIJI KAKAO DI DESA POYUYANAN KECAMATAN PASSI BARAT KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW Puspitasari, Ni Kadek; Porajouw, Oktavianus; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Tarore, Melissa L.G.
COCOS Vol 6, No 7 (2015)
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ABSTRACT  The purpose of this research is to identify the strenght, weakness, opportunity and threat factor in chocolate processing industrial in cacao seeds basis development agro-industry and how the development agroindustri strategy of cacao seeds in research area. Data collecti for four months starting from november until march 2015. The data used is primary and secondary data, primary data were obtained through abservation and through direct interview with respondents, namely, cacao farmers, cacao seeds collector, manager and workers and industrial agency. And secondary data were obtained through literature study such as books, journals, internet and relevant agencies. The data analysis with SWOT analysis.  From the research result was obtained: (1) result of internal enviroment analysis shows that there are five strenght factors namely, the availability of lots of cheap local labor, good skils in labors, tools and strategic location and using a high tecnology. Internal enviroment also has five weakness factor namely, there’s a lot of untrained labors, total production depends on demand, does not have certrificated for the products and not yet marketed, lack of capital and lack of industrial partnership with other agencies. The result of external enviroment analysis shows that there’s five factors can become an opportunity namely, there is no similiar efforts around the site/location, Bolaang Mongondow is a cacao producers as the main ingredient, there’s a support from the goverment, numbers of population keep increasing and a shopping lifestyle, availability of electricity, good infrastructure and communication. External enviroment also have four threat factors. Namely, increase prices of main ingredient, minimal help and support given, rivality with other products with the same main ingredient and threat of a new comer. (2) strategy of development cacao basis agroindustry is agressive strategy. Namely, keeping up the strenght to overcome the weakness inside it and also has opportunity and strenght to develop, like producing continously, taking advantage of technology to increase additional prices to cacao seeds, taking advantage from the regency government, facilities and infrastructure to promote various products, inventing a new variation, doing partnership with financial institution to increase funds and assets, gain a halal label, increase partnership in work, improve products quality and additional variations in order to facing competition, optimising the productions and to fasten the streamline of the products facility to overcome the impact of raising funds for productions and also to obtain a product certrificated and agressively doing promotions in order to reach easiness of marketing and inviting investors.     Keywords : Strategy, Agroindustry
HUBUNGAN GREEN MARKETING TERHADAP PILIHAN KONSUMEN ( Studi Kasus Pada The Body Shop Manado ) Angeline, Magdalena E.; Ngangi, Charles R.; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Sondakh, Mex L.
COCOS Vol 6, No 8 (2015)
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ABSTRACT  Magdalena Elisabeth Angeline. Relationship Green Marketing with consument choice ( Case study on the body shop manado ) under the guidance of  Charles R. Ngangi,  as Chairman , Esry H. Laoh and, Mex L Sondakh,MSi as Members.  The study aims to determine the relationship of green marketing with consumers choice in the Body Shop Manado. Data collection is done for 4 months from September 2014 until January 2015. The data that used in this study are primary data and secondary data. Primary data obtained by distributing questionairs to consumers The Body Shop Manado as well as interviews with the parties Manado The Body Shop. Secondary data obtained from the literature related to green marketing. The results of  this study indicate that there is a relationship between green marketing with consumer choice. Where by pursuing a strategy of  green marketing on the business activities carried out by The Bod y Shop Manado like her doing things green product, green promotion, green price, and green place can give effect to the increase. Of the increase in positive perception of costumers on the importance of using green products lead to changes in their behaviour. It can be proved on the second enhacement indicator that as many as 79,25% of  respondents are willing to build more for environmentally friendly green products in terms of promotions, The Body Shop Manado already well positioned company, as evidenced by the increased of the 15th  that as many as 86,25% respondents believe that they liked the promotion of  The Body Shop Manado who use public relations program because it is considered more exclusive that the other brands. The main implications is The Body Shop Manado should pay attention to the quality aspect to offset the high prices and women  as it‟s main market. Keyword : green marketing, and consumers choice
PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN LAHAN PERTANIAN TERHADAP KETAHANAN PANGAN DI KABUPATEN MINAHASA UTARA Larenggam, Nova S.; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Tangkere, Ellen G.; Porajouw, Oktavianus
COCOS Vol 6, No 3 (2015)
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to determine the effect of the use of agricultural land to food security. This study was conducted in North Minahasa Regency, and the data used was collected from various government agencies in North Minahasa Regency, including the Food Security Agency, Agriculture and Livestock Office, and Building Permits Office. The data was then analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the use of agricultural land in North Minahasa decreased due to the increase in non-agricultural use, and could affect the food security. However, the current food security in North Minahasa was still in positive trend because due to the increase in productivity and the effect of growing season change.