Agricultural land needs to be protected so that the supply of food needs is maintained. In Indonesia, protection of agricultural land is stated in Law No. 41 of 2009 on Sustainable Food Agricultural Land. Sustainable Food Agricultural Land is a field of agricultural land designated to be protected and developed consistently in order to produce staple food for national food independence, security and sovereignty. The objectives of this study were as follows: 1) To analyze the amount of revenue and income of organic vegetable farming in Namlea District, Buru Regency, Maluku Province. 2) To determine the management of Organic Vegetables and non-organic vegetables in Namlea District, Buru Regency, Maluku Province. The type of data used in this study is divided into two based on grouping, namely: 1) Primary data, data obtained directly from the field either through interviews with related parties, questionnaires and direct observation, 2) Secondary Data, data that has been processed and obtained from local government or from related parties, such as data on the general description of the research location, population and number of Haorticultural (vegetable) farmers in Namlea District. Primary data and secondary data were obtained first and tabulated and presented in tabular form. Then analyzed according to research objectives. Answering research objectives 1 and 3 descriptively, while answering research objectives 2 are: According to Soekartawi (2005), net income can be calculated by the following formula: 1) Total Revenue, 2) Depreciation Costs, 3) Production Costs, 4) Farming Efficiency Analysis. The results showed that the fixed cost for the average land area obtained was Rp. 1,009,841 and variable costs of Rp. 7,543,333 so that the total cost is Rp. 8,533,174. and the cost of revenue for an average of several land areas of Rp. 84,296,667, the larger the land the greater the cost of revenue and the Return Cost Ratio in this study is said to be feasible because it is obtained at 8.66.
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