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COCOS Vol 4, No 5 (2014)
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Grace Masengi. Feasibility Analysis of El-Shadai Retaurant Business in The Area Culinary Tourism of ? Wakeke Manado?. Under the guidance of Celcius Talumingan a chairman, and Grace. A. J. Rumagit, and Melissa L.G. Tarore as member?s).The objective of this research is to analyze the feasibility of El-Shadai restaurant to know, in detail, the business activity profile and the amount of the profit achieved every month, that it can also be known wheter it is feasible or not this El-Shadai Restaurant Business in the area of culinary tourism of ?Wakeke Manado? to be maintained. This research used primary data which was obtainedby direct interview to the business owner containing the list of questions, and the secondary data was obtained from the governmental institution related to this research, that was Sub-district office of Wenang Utara. The data analysis methodused was Descriptive analysis method, data collected was presented in table form, and then used business profit analysis, also continued with the analysis Return of Cost Ratio to analyze the feasibility of El-Shadai restaurant business.This research result showed that entirely the El-Shadai restaurant business has the profit of Rp. 13.829.942 each month, with the cost ratio R/C of 1,33. Therefore it can be concluded that culinary business is categorized to be feasible to run because of the R/C value is more than 1. This shows that every Rp. 1 of production expense spent by the restaurant manager can give the return as the income of Rp. 1,33. It means that the total income is larger than total production expense and this culinary business activity still have the profit each month.
PROFIL USAHATANI POLA PENANAMAN TUMPANG SARI DI DESA SEA KECAMATAN PINELENG Dompasa, Stella; Ngangi, Charles R.; Taroreh, Melissa L.G.; Lolowang, Tommy F.
COCOS Vol 4, No 5 (2014)
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ABSTRACTStella Dompasa. Farming Profile Of Inter Cropping System Pattern In Sea Induk Village, Peneleng Sub-District. Under the guidance of Charles R. Ngangi a chairman, and Melisssa L.G Tarore and Tommy F Lolowang as member’s.The objective of this research find out the farmer’s profil from the farming of inter cropping system planting pattern in Sea Induk village. The research used primary data which had been obtained from the respondent farmer by using question list. Data analysis method used in this research is Descriptive Data Analysis. Data collected is presented in table form and then used cost, receipt, and income analysis.The research result showed that this inter cropping farming maight not be underestimated. From the inter cropping farming, the farmer approximately had the income of Rp. 2.888.440, on the first month of crop with the field width of 1,5 ha, with the R/C ratio of 3,24. Therefore the farmer’s outcome of Rp. 1, would give the income of Rp. 3,24.Based on this research, it can be concluded that this inter cropping system farming can give the income to farmer’s continually. So that’s why it needs to do the farming developing in Sea village, and special counseling about inter cropping system farming to ease the farmer’s in new inovation adopting process with the purpose to increase the farmer family’s prosperty.
COCOS Vol 2, No 2 (2013)
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ABSTRACLydia Christianty Porotu'o, Farming Income Analysis of AmindukSweet Corn Kembuan Village, North Tondano Sub District. Under GuidanceIr. Celsius Talumingan, MP as Chairmain , Ellen G. Tangkere, SP, Msi andMelissa L.G. Taroreh, SP, Msi as members.The Objective of this research is to know the sweet corn farm incomeKembuan Village, North Tondano Sub District. This study uses primary data andsecondary data. Primary data obtained through direct interviews to farmersfarmers and entrepreneurs with observation techniques to observe directly the areaof aminduk sweet corn, while the secondary data obtained from the kembuanvillage profile report format, and Web sites related to the kembuan village northtondano sub district of aminduk sweetcorn. Data analysis method used in thisresearch is descriptive, by calculating the total revenue, cost of production, totalrevenue to total revenue and comparison ratsio R / C.The results of this research of aminduk sweetcorn showed that farmingincome analysis Civil Registration sweet corn produce comparison ratio R / C 3,1it can be interpreted that their farming is visible to be developed. This is becausethe calculation of farming revenue was relatively big that revenue in biggerincome.Based on these results it can be concluded that the Farming IncomeAnalysis of Aminduk Sweet Corn Kembuan Village, North Tondano Sub Districtcan be cultivated, by continuing to improve yields due to high consumer demandin the community. Although the results are promising revenue is considered to bea guarantee to continue farming Farming Income Analysis of Aminduk SweetCorn Kembuan Village, North Tondano Sub District sweet corn productionsystems although costly due to apply the techniques and technologies that aredifferent from usual. Therefore recommended to farmers around the kembuanvillage, North Tondano Sub district to consider this as an alternative employmentopportunity to improve well-being, so that the farmers around village becomesmallholder farmers not only immigrants farmers.
PERANAN SEKTOR PERTANIAN TERHADAP PEREKONOMIAN DI KOTA BITUNG Wehantouw, Gustafito J.M.; Porajouw, Oktavianus .,; Taroreh, Melissa L.G.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 17, No 2 (2021)
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The research aims to describe the role of the agricultural sector in the economy in Bitung City from 2010 to 2019. The study was conducted for 3 months from June 2020 to September 2020. The type of data used in this study is secondary data obtained from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) of Bitung City, namely in the form of GRDP of Bitung City and North Sulawesi Province for the period 2010 to 2019. Supporting data is in the form of other secondary data relevant to this study. The data collected were analyzed descriptively and presented in tabular form. The results showed that the contribution of the agricultural sector to the GRDP of Bitung City in 2019 was 16.6 percent, although it has decreased since 2010 by 17.8 percent, but the agricultural sector still ranks second after the manufacturing sector with a contribution of 32.84 percent in in 2019. The growth of the agricultural sector, although fluctuating, tends to increase from 6.33 percent in 2012 to 9.06 percent in 2019. The LQ value of the agricultural sector, even though it was less than one in 2019, was 0.85, but continues to increase compared to last year. 2010 amounted to 0.75, and the agricultural sector, especially the capture or fishing fisheries sub-sector, is the exporting sector to other districts / cities in North Sulawesi Province. Based on the results of this study, it can be concluded that the agricultural sector has an important role in the economy of Bitung City, because this sector is not only an exporting sector, especially the capture fisheries sub-sector, but also as a provider of raw materials for the processing industry in Bitung City.