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Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
ISSN : 22523820     EISSN : 25793268     DOI : -
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture (SEA) is a peer-reviewed journal in social and economic agriculture fields that are published by Agribusiness Department, Agriculture Faculty, Tanjungpura University. SEA is first published in April 2012. The scope of the article in the SEA journal focuses on the study of agriculture economics, natural resources and environmental economics, agribusiness, agricultural development economics, and rural development. SEA is published twice every year in June and December
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Faktor-Faktor yang Memengaruhi Niat UMKM Kuliner dalam Pemanfaatan Layanan Go-Food di Surakarta Tampubolon, Novena Hasiani; Setyowati, Nuning; Adi, Raden Kunto
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v10i1.43376

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This research aims to determine factors that influence the culinary MSMEs intention to use Go-Food in Surakarta using Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) modification. Factors are perceived resources, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, attitude towards using, and relative advantage. The basic research method is the descriptive method. The method of location determination is purposive. The method of sample determination is purposive sampling with many samples of 60 respondents. Data collection tools using questionnaires. The data analysis method is Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). Data analysis tools using Partial Least Square (PLS) with SmartPLS 3.0. software. The research results show that perceived resources have a positive effect on perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use have positive effects on attitude towards using, perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use have positive effects on relative advantage, attitude towards using and relative advantage have positive effects on behavior intention to use Go-Food in Surakarta.Keywords: Culinary MSMEs, Go-Food, Modified Technology Acceptance Model, Structural Equation Modeling
Produktivitas Tenaga Kerja Keluarga Pada Usaha Sapi Bali Terintegrasi Perkebunan Kelapa Sawit Di Kecamatan Wiwirano Kabupaten Konawe Utara Sani, La Ode Arsad; Munadi, Laode Muh.; Abadi, Musram; Alfiansyah, Alfiansyah; Pagala, Muhammad Amrullah; Sandiah, Natsir
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v10i1.44170

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The development of beef cattle farms can be done through an integrated system and the involvement of family labor. The objective of this study is to know the family labor productivity in the integrated Bali cattle business and palm oil plantations in Wiwirano District, North Konawe Regency. The research material is breeders in the District of Wiwirano who carry out the integration efforts of Bali cattle and palm oil, As many as 4 villages in Wiwirano district, that integrated the Bali cattle and oil palm were determined by stratified sampling. 60 respondents from 4 villages were selected using simple random sampling. The average allocation of family labor in the Bali cattle business reaches 5,635 hours/day or 0,653 HOK/day. While the allocation of family labor in the palm oil business reaches 10,121 hours/day or 1,151 HOK. The technical productivity of the Bali cattle business is 4,72 ST/HOK and economic productivity is Rp 83.983,43/HOK. While the technical productivity of the oil palm plantation business is 133,69 kg/HOK and economic productivity is Rp 120.772,75/HOK.Keywords: Labor, Bali Cattle, Palm Oil.
Farmers Perception And Sustainability Strategy On Agricultural Development Program In Rural Oktarina, Selly; Malini, Henny
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v10i1.45007

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This article aimed to describe the agricultural development program, to measure the farmers' perception of the agricultural development program, and to describe the strategy of the agricultural development program. This research was conducted in the Indralaya district of Muara Penimbung village Ogan Ilir Regency Indonesia by used a survey method. Involving 30 farmers as the samples by simple random sampling. Data processing is performed by scores and described in a descriptive. The results showed that the agricultural development program implemented were sufficiently varied to improve the well-being of farmers. These programs were Field School of Integrated Crop Management (SLPTT) and Village Irrigation Network. The farmers have good perceptions of the implementation of the agricultural development program. The socialization, implementation, and evaluation stage of the program is implemented involving key informants and a Field Agricultural Extension (PPL). The strategy of the agricultural development program is to conduct the internal assessment, group farmers together, rotate groups on the program and create high-quality, location-specific products.Keywords: agricultural, development, implementation, perception, strategy.    
Faktor Yang Mempengaruhi Produksi Tembakau (Nicotiana tabacum) Di Kecamatan Sulang Kabupaten Rembang Astuti, Dessriana Eka Widi; Supardi, Suprapti; Awami, Shofia Nur; Hastuti, Dewi
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v10i1.46831

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This study aims to determine the factors that influence tobacco production and determine the level of efficient use of inputs on tobacco production factors. This research uses a stratified random sampling method with 63 farmers as respondents. The analysis used is multiple linear regression and calculation of economic efficiency. The results stated that the R2 value obtained through multiple linear regression analysis was 0.890, meaning that the contribution of independent variables (land area, number of laborers, number of seedlings, amount of TSP fertilizer, amount of ZA fertilizer, amount of ZK fertilizer, number of pesticides) to tobacco production was 89 percent, while 11 percent is influenced by other variables outside the model. The results of the F-test were jointly influential and the t-test showed variables that influenced tobacco production including land area, number of laborers, number of seeds, amount of ZA fertilizer, and amount of pesticides. Variables such as the amount of TSP fertilizer and the amount of ZK fertilizer had no significant effect. The use of production factors in tobacco farming has not been efficient. Keywords: Efficiency, Production, Tobacco.
Persepsi dan Minat Masyarakat Terhadap Konsumsi Susu Anggraeni, Erika Dewi; Hidayat, Syarif Imam; Amir, Indra Tjahaja
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v10i1.47753

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Indonesia has great potential in the development of the agribusiness sector. One of the sectors that can be developed is the livestock sector. Milk is one of the livestock products that are consumed daily by the community. In 2019, Indonesia's milk consumption was recorded at 16.23 liters/capita/year. Indonesia's milk consumption is still relatively low compared to Singapore and Malaysia. This study aims to determine public perception of milk and milk consumption, and public interest in milk consumption. Data were obtained from interviews through questionnaires and analyzed using descriptive analysis. The results showed that 65.6% of respondents chose a positive view of milk, 57.43% of respondents had a positive view of milk consumption and 74.16% of respondents had a positive opinion of the benefits of milk. There are 40% of respondents who have a moderate purchase frequency, 73.3% of respondents have a low consumption frequency and 61.7% of respondents have a low milk consumption measure.Keywords: Milk, Public Perception, Public Interest, Reason
Analisis Marjin Pemasaran Salak Pondoh di Kecamatan Turi Kabupaten Sleman Caesari, Cecilia Elsa; Sutrisno, Joko; Antriyandarti, Ernoiz
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture Vol 10, No 2 (2021): Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v10i2.48923

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This study aims to identify the pattern of salak pondoh marketing channels, know the amount of cost, profit and marketing margin salak pondoh, analyze the factors that affect the marketing margin salak pondoh and know the level of efficiency economically from each marketing channel salak pondoh in Turi District Sleman. The basic method used in this study is descriptive and analytic method. Location of study is Turi District Sleman, because Turi Sub-district is the center of salak pondoh in Sleman District. The results showed that there are 3 (three) types of salak pondoh marketing channel. Channel I: Farmers → Wholesaler → Trader Outer City; Channel II: Farmers → Village Collector Traders → Wholesaler → Out of City Collector Trades; Channel III: Farmers → Export Collecting Traders → Mitra Turindo. The total marketing cost of marketing channels I, II, and III are Rp 720/kg, Rp 821/kg and Rp 1.101/kg. The total profit for marketing channels I, II, and III are Rp 180/kg, Rp 479/kg, and Rp 1.299/kg. The percentages of marketing margins for channels I, II, and III are 17,77%, 20,02%, and 31,58%. The factors that affect the marketing margin salak pondoh is marketing agencies. Marketing channel I is the most efficient marketing channel with marketing margin percentage value of 17,77% and farmer share value of 83,02%. Government should provide training of processing salak pondoh into snacks and farmers can register their garden to join export program.
Strategi Adaptasi Petani Padi Lahan Basah (Suboptimal) Pada Era Pandemi Covid -19 Di Kelurahan Keramasan Kecamatan Kertapati Kota Palembang Provinsi Sumatera Selatan Arbi, Muhammad; Junaidi, Yulian; Januarti, Indri
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture Vol 10, No 2 (2021): Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v10i2.49680

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The purpose of this study was to explore the socio-economic conditions of the community and analyze the adaptation strategies carried out by rice farmer households in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic in Keramasan Village, Kertapati District, Palembang City. This study uses a survey method by conducting in-depth interviews with a number of rice farmer households affected by the COVID-19 pandemic with a total of 30 respondents and taken purposively. The results of the study related to the social conditions of rice farmers on sub-optimal land in Keramasan Village include age, gender, educational background, number of family members, farming experience, and the distance between the location of the farm and the farmer's residence. The adaptation strategy carried out by some rice farming households in Keramasan Village during the pandemic period included physical, social, and economic strategies. Physical strategies include always wearing a mask when traveling to the city, taking a shower immediately after returning from activities (work), reducing mobility to the city, providing handwashing and soap in front of the house, not selling crops to collectors who come from outside, join the vaccination program. The social strategies carried out include reducing gathering activities, delaying or not holding large-scale celebration events, not doing halal bil halal as usual during Eid, and always monitoring the development of information about the COVID-19 pandemic in the mass media. Economic strategies undertaken include increasing income from work outside of farming, reducing household expenditures, increasing farm productivity, and increasing the percentage of farm produce for own consumption compared to the amount sold.
KAJIAN BISNIS SOSIAL PEDAGANG PERANTARA DALAM UPAYA PENGEMBANGAN HORTIKULTURA DI JAWA BARAT
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture Vol 1, No 1 (2012): Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v1i1.2118

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Currently, 90% of Indonesian small scale agribusiness actors arebeing faced to the global market era. They are also facing a fast growthrate of global market and the market segmentation phenomenon whichexpects positive changes and adaptations in the agricultural supply chain.The method that used in this study is case study. The study location wasbeing selected based on its potential of horticulture product.The study showed that currently the traders have changed theirbusiness pattern from a pure business to a business which relies more onthe partnership with the farmers. This phenomenon was being emerged bythe consumer demand which expects the continuity of supply.From the Social Business aspect point of view, generally thetraders do the partnership system because of their needs of continuity ofsupply from the farmers, not based on helping the farmers. The result ofweighting showed the total score placed between 28-32,5 which means itcan be categorized as a semi-social business.Overall, the study showed that currently the changes are happeningin the traders business pattern, thus, it gives hopes to the agriculturaldevelopment in Indonesia especially for horticulture products of smallscale stakeholders.Keywords: Global market, traders, horticulture, social business.
EKSTERNALITAS MODEL ECO-SETTLEMENTS DI DAERAH ALIRAN SUNGAI (DAS) HULU CIMANUK (STUDI KASUS KAMPUNG MUARA, DESA SUKAWARGI, KECAMATAN CISURUPAN,KABUPATEN GARUT, JAWA BARAT)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v1i1.2119

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Kampung Muara which is the upstream of Cimanuk watershed is oneof the areas experiencing environmental degradation caused by land use.In response to these problems, the Research Institute for HumanSettlements devised a model of eco-settlements as an upstream ofwatershed development. This research aims to determine the externalitiesrised from the implementation of eco-settlements model. The techniqueused for this research is case study, while design used is a descriptivemethod that is supported by primary and secondary data. The result of thisresearch shows that, the implementation of eco-settlements model canprovide external economy and lead to external diseconomy. Externaleconomy generated from tangible benefit and intangible benefit. Tangilblebenefits received by the community improvement of water quality andadditional income for the community. Intangible benefits gained from theimplementation of eco-settlements model is the presence of erosioncontrol, reduce risk of flooding, the formation of informal institutionPokjamas Hikmatul Jamaah, and knowledge improvement of the trainingprocess, particularly in the operation of the technology. Externaldiseconomy of the implementation eco-settlements model is the emergenceof dependence on government support.Keyword: External Economy and Extenal Diseconomy, Eco-settlements,Watershed.
EFISIENSI PEMASARAN CABAI MERAH MELALUI PASAR LELANG SPOT DI KABUPATEN KULONPROGO, YOGYAKARTA Jamhari, Ebban Bagus Kuntadi,
Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture Vol 1, No 1 (2012): Jurnal Social Economic of Agriculture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/j.sea.v1i1.2120

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Red Chili is a seasonal product which is close to price fluctuation.Price fluctuation is one of market phenomenon that oftentimes has to befaced by horticulture farmer. About main problem that always faced isbargaining position by farmer is low, price information isnt transmitted verywell, not good on quality and the long of distribution chain. Inefficiency onmarketing system will get crescent other wising to strengthen farmersbargaining position. One of the efforts which can be done by the farmer tostrengthen bargaining position is using Spot Auction Market System.The objectives of the research are: 1). Knowing how long thedistribution channel of red chili between through and not through spotauction market, 2) Knowing marketing efficiencies of red chili betweenthrough and not through spot auction market, 3) Describes about spotauction market of red chili.The method of this research is descriptive analytic method. Thisobservational location determined by purposive method. Sampling method inthis research used by multistage random sampling. The first objectiveanalyzed by use descriptive analysis, meanwhile second objective analyzedwith monopoly index (MPI).The result of this research are the distribution channel on red chilithrough spot auction market was farmer sells to collecting trader and thancollecting trader sells to wholesalers and wholesalers sells to retailer andfinally retailers sells to consumers. Index monopolizes between red chilimarketing through auction market is as big as 1,51. Its mean that red chilimarketing through spot auction market is efficient based on monopoly index.Keyword : Pasar Lelang, Rantai Pemasaran, Efisiensi Pemasaran

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