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Muhammad Aswar Limi
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muhammad.limi@uho.ac.id
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Department of Agribusiness Gedung Jurusan Agribisnis Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Halu Oleo Jln. HEA Mokodompit Kampus Hijau Bumi Tridharma Anduonohu, Kendari Southeast Sulawesi 93232 Indonesia
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Kota kendari,
Sulawesi tenggara
INDONESIA
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd)
Published by Universitas Halu Oleo
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27749126     DOI : 10.37149
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd, e-ISSN: 2774-9126) is an open-access issue published by Department of Agribusiness, Faculty of Agriculture, Halu Oleo University Indonesia since 2019. Ijaserd provides online media to publish scientific articles from the results of research and development in the field of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development. This journal has been published by Department of Agribusiness Faculty of Agriculture, Halu Oleo University together with the Indonesian Agricultural Economic Association (PERHEPI/ISAE)
Articles 20 Documents
Analysis of the Kendari City Government Strategy in Maintaining Food Security During the Covid-19 Pandemic Salam, Yully Angryanthy; Saediman, Haji; Limi, Muhammad Aswar
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (14.542 KB) | DOI: 10.37149/ijaserd.v1i2.19405

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The Covid-19 pandemic that has taken place since December 2019 affects various aspects of socio-economic life, including in the fulfillment of food needs. The research aims to find out the strategic priorities of the Kendari City government in maintaining food security during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The informants were two persons from the offices of Food Security and Agriculture Services at Kendari City government. Data were analyzed using descriptive qualitative analysis. The results showed that the Kendari City government in maintaining food security during the Covid-19 Pandemic took five strategies, namely (i) providing social assistance to affected communities, (ii) guaranteeing food distribution, (iii) monitoring and maintaining inflation rates, (iv) increasing food production, and (v) diversification of food and commodities.
Sensitivity Analysis of Decorative Plant Business in Kendari City (Case Study on Dahlia Ornamental Plant Business) Gasnawati, Rabiatul Adawiah; Abdi, Abdi; Hamzah, Awaluddin
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (420.81 KB) | DOI: 10.37149/ijaserd.v1i1.14159

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The purpose of this study was to determine the sensitivity of ornamental plant business in Kendari City as a case study on dahlia ornamental plant business. This research was conducted in Kendari City which was determined purposively on the dahlia ornamental plant business. The research was conducted from July to November 2019. The analysis used in this study is an analysis of efficiency and income consisting of net present value (NPV) income benefit ratio (NBCR), internal rate of return (IRR), payback period (PBP). The results of the sensitivity analysis of ornamental plant businesses with increased production costs by 5% and selling prices decreased by 5%, the value of the NPV, NBCR, IRR and payback period shows a good value so that the ornamental plant business is feasible to be cultivated because it can return all investment costs used
Participation of Women Farmers Group Members on Pekarangan Pangan Lestari (P2L) Program In Kendari City Southeast Sulawesi Arianti, Fitri; Taridala, Sitti Aida Adha; Sadimantara, Fahria Nadiryati
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1244.852 KB) | DOI: 10.37149/ijaserd.v1i2.20210

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This study aims to determine the participation rate of Women Farmers Group members in implementing the Pekarangan Pangan Lestari program in Kendari City and analyze the relationship between the participation rate with internal and external factors of Women Farmers Group members in the Pekarangan Pangan Lestari program. The research was conducted in June-July 2021. The population in this study was 53 members of the Women Farmers Group. Using the census method, 53 group members were obtained as research samples. The variables of this research are the participation rate, internal factors, and external factors. Data analysis used descriptive statistical analysis through the Likert scale measuring tools and Spearman Rank correlation. The results showed that the participation rate of Women Farmers Group members in implementing the Pekarangan Pangan Lestari program was the Seruni Women Farmers Group was in the medium category, and the Mekopoaso Women Farmers Group was in the high sort. The relation between the participation rate with internal and external factors of the Women Farmers Group members in the Pekarangan Pangan Lestari is the participation rate obtained which is significantly related to internal factors, namely the level of education and type of work, and external factors, namely the availability of agricultural tools and facilities.
Clove Farming Performance in Wawolesea Sub District North Konawe District Eriksan, Eriksan; Salam, Idrus; Alwi, La Ode
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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This study aims to determine the performance of clove farming in the Wawolesea District, North Konawe Regency. This research was conducted from July to September 2019. The population in this study were all farmers/heads of families who planted 110 cloves. The sample was determined by simple random sampling, namely by taking 15% of the total population of 32 respondents. The method used to analyze the data is a qualitative descriptive analysis method. The results showed that the performance of the cultivation/farming subsystem, namely a) land processing by using burnt and without burning, planting with a 5 x 5 m cropping pattern, plant maintenance, with fertilization, carried out in the early rainy season, mid-rainy season and after harvesting, watering done in the morning and evening, making soil terraces, controlling pests and diseases by spraying and harvesting using wooden ladders and bamboo ladders.
The Potential of Sorghum Plants in Lamunde Village Tinondo District East Kolaka Regency Kambuno, Grace Onela; Abdi, Abdi; Gafaruddin, Abdul
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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Sorghum is one of the most important food crops globally, which has become the fifth food crop after wheat, rice, corn, and barley. Sorghum has excellent potential to be developed in Indonesia because it has wide adaptability, especially on dry land, and produces high productivity. This study aims to determine the possibility of sorghum plants in Lamunde Village, Tinondo District, East Kolaka Regency. The population in this study were sorghum farmers, totaling 25 people, using the method census or saturated sampling, which took the entire population as a sample so that 25 people were obtained as research samples. Data analysis used SWOT analysis using IFE (Internal Factors Evaluation) Matrix, EFE Matrix (External Factors Evaluation), and IE Matrix (Internal External). The results showed that the strategy that needs to be applied for sorghum farmers in seeing the potential for the development of sorghum plants in Lamunde Village is a strategy of concentration through vertical integration. Growth through engagement can be achieved through vertical integration by taking over the function of suppliers, namely sorghum farmers, or by taking over the tasks of distributors, namely buyers of sorghum production, either in the form of wholesalers or collectors and companies.
Analysis of Factors that Affect the Production of Rice Paddy Farming in Lupia Village of Kabangka Sub District Muna District Meiliawati, Wa Ode Chris; Pandangaran, Ayub Manggala; Dirgantoro, Muhammad Arief
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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This study aims to analyze the factors that influence the production obtained from rice farming in Lupia Village, Kabangka District, Muna Regency. This research was conducted in Lupia Village, Kabangka District, Muna Regency. There were 42 respondents, conducted using the simple random sampling method (simple random sampling) using the Slovin formula. The data analysis used was Cobb-Douglas analysis. The results showed that the variables of land area, seeds, and pesticides had a significant effect on rice production, while labor, urea fertilizer, and NPK Phonska fertilizer did not have a significant effect on rice production in Lupia Village, Kabangka District, Muna Regency.
The Development of Farmer Agrarian Literacy in Facing Changes in Times (Sample Framework in Ngawi Regency) Riyanto, Sugeng; Wahyuni, Lilik; Muchlisyiyah, Jhauharotul; Prasetyaningrum, Dian Islami
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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Increased infrastructure development has significantly impacted world agriculture, generally in Indonesia and particularly in Ngawi Regency. Due to the narrowing of agricultural land is an unavoidable necessity. It can be seen in the annual loss of agricultural land due to the eroded flow of development, which will doubt harm agricultural production. Because the agricultural land is decreasing, achieving food self-sufficiency in the world in the coming years will be difficult. The fact is the cause of the narrowness of agricultural land for infrastructure development. In addressing the issues mentioned above, research into the knowledge/literacy of farmers in the Ngawi Regency is required; specifically, developing farmer knowledge will enable farmers to continue farming. According to the research's findings: farmers have a deep understanding of agriculture; they mostly learn from their parents, the Internet, and neighbors; farmers learn about pest and disease cultivation and marketing aspects from the Internet.
The Impact of Transfer of Cacao Commodities to Corn on Farmers 'Income in Bangsala Village, Porehu Sub-District North Kolaka District Maripadang, Werni; Yunus, Lukman; Rosmawaty, Rosmawaty
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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The purpose of this study was to determine the factors causing the transfer of commodity cocoa to maize in Bangsala Village, Porehu Sub District, North Kolaka District, and the impact of commodity transfer of cocoa to corn on farmers' income. The research location was determined with the consideration that Bangsala Village had the largest number of farmer households that shifted commodities compared to other villages. The number of samples in this study was 49 people while the methods used in this study were descriptive analysis, income analysis, and t-test. The results showed that the factors that influenced the farmers to switch from cocoa commodities to corn were technical factors including hard cacao care, pests and diseases that were difficult to control, and the old age of the cocoa plants. Economic factors include low selling prices, lower production, and low-profit rates. Social factors include seeing the success of friends, following friends, and their own beliefs. The impact of the conversion of cocoa commodities to corn is seen in the increased income of farmers, farmers have additional income from their cocoa plantations, namely corn plants. It is clear here that the conversion of cocoa plant commodities to corn has a positive impact on the community in Bangsala Village, Porehu District, North Kolaka Regency. The sig (2-tailed) value is 0.000 <0.05, that is, there is a significant difference between the income of the respondent farmers on the cornfield and on the cocoa field, thus the commodity transfer affects the farmer's income
Impact of Agriculture Factor and Non-Agriculture Factor to Value of Food Production: Cast Study of Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines Period 2010-2019 Firmansyah, Muhamad Ferdy; Pusparini, Dewi Pratiwi; Vivero, Arriane A.; Lababit, Neldren Grace
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37149/ijaserd.v1i2.20861

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Food production provides an overview of developing a country's agriculture resilience and food security. Several factors can affect food production. They can be divided into agriculture factors and non-agriculture factors. This research aims to find agricultural and non-agricultural factors affecting food production. We assume the food production with a used average value of food production. A quantitative approach using a panel data model approach using for this research. The data used is secondary data. The results are that the factors that can affect food production with a used average value of food production are dependent variables. In this research, we used independent variables as follows agriculture land are, agriculture value-added, employment in the agriculture sector, credit to agriculture, and control variable. Control variables used in this research are annual population, gross domestic product, and political stability. This research is based on Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines. We used data panel regression for estimating the model, the data period used is in the period 2010-2019. This study provides recommendations that in increasing the optimization of food production, it is necessary to plan for value-added, empower workers, suppress population growth, and political stability.
Analysis of Farmers' Income Differences Using The Cocoa-Patchouli Intercropping System And The Cocoa Monoculture System In Puduria Jaya Village Buke Sub District South Konawe District Citra, Yuliana; Yunus, Lukman; Limi, Muhammad Aswar
International Journal of Agricultural Social Economics and Rural Development (Ijaserd) Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (363.153 KB) | DOI: 10.37149/ijaserd.v1i1.9948

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This study aims to determine the differences in farming income for the cropping system of the patchouli cacao intercropping system and the cocoa monoculture system in the Puduria Jaya Village Buke Sub District South Konawe District. This research was conducted in Puduria Jaya Village Buke Sub District, South Konawe District in 2019. The determination of research respondents was carried out by proportional stratified random sampling. Methods of data analysis using income analysis and t-test. The results showed that the average income of patchouli intercropping farmers was IDR 16,172,200 / ha and the income of cocoa monoculture farmers was IDR 3,904,783 / ha. The income of patchouli cocoa intercropping farmers and cocoa monocultures shows a significant difference where the income of patchouli cacao intercropping patterns is greater than that of cocoa monocultures.

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