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AGRISE
Published by Universitas Brawijaya
ISSN : 14121425     EISSN : 22526757     DOI : 10.21776/ub.agrise
AGRISE adalah Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian yang berada di lingkungan Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Brawijaya yang berupa hasil penelitian, studi kepustakaan maupun tulisan ilmiah terkait. Jurnal ini diterbitkan pertama kali pada tahun 2001 oleh Jurusan Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian FPUB. Pada tahun 2011, Jurnal Agrise bekerjasama dengan Perhimpunan Ekonomi Pertanian Indonesia (Perhepi) untuk meningkatkan kualitas dan kuantitas penerbitan. Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian Agrise diterbitkan tiga kali setahun (bulan Januari, Mei, dan Agustus). Frekuensi penerbitan akan ditambah bila diperlukan. ISSN cetak : 1412-1425 ISSN Elektronik : 2252-6757
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Installing Android Studio Apps and the Android SDK: A Quick Guide rosari J
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 16, No 3 (2016)
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We learned the fundamentals of Android in the article below. Now we'll talk about how to set up the Android Studio application and the Android Software Development Kit in this article (SDK). Both will be utilised in the development of Android applications.What exactly is Android? Why do developers prefer Android to other platforms?What is the difference between Android Studio and Android SDK?Java is one of the languages that may be used to construct Android apps. Aside from Java, there are various other languages that can be used, including C/C++, Go, and the Kotlin programming language, which Google officially supported in May 2017.
THE ROLES OF RURAL INSTITUTIONS ON FOOD SECURITY POLICY IN EAST JAVA PROVINCE INDONESIA Nuhfil Hanani; Rosihan Asmara; Fahriyah Fahriyah; Sujarwo Sujarwo
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This study has two main objectives, which are to identify rural institutions and their roles for supporting the implementation of food security policy in East Java Province and to formulate the model of rural institutions to enhance food security in the village level. This study was conducted on February 2012 in six regencies, which represented different food insecurity level in each locations. Primary data were collected by participatory rural appraisal method involving administrators of rural institutions. Descriptive analysis is used to describe rural institutions and their roles on food security implementation. Gap analysis is used to formulate the model to increase the roles of institutions on food security policy. It can be concluded that there are six potential rural institutions supporting food security in village level, which are women farmers’ group, farmers’ group, farmers’ group association, family welfare institution (PKK), rural cooperative, and food barn institution. Farmers’ group, farmers’ group association, and food barn institution potentially support food availability. Meanwhile, on accessibility aspect, farmers’ group, farmers’ group association, rural cooperative, and food barn institutions provide sufficient strength on this role. The last aspect on food security is food utilization. This aspect will be well supported by family welfare institution (PKK) and women farmers’ group. Finally, the institutional form in the village level fostering all aspect of food security is rural food team or TPD (Tim Pangan Desa).
LEVERAGE FACTORS IN ENHANCING FOOD COMMODITIES PERFORMANCE Soetrisno Soetrisno; Joko Soejono; SRDm Rita Hanafie
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The research goals are (1) to analyze potential of rice, corn, and soybean commodity; (2) technology replication of rice, corn, and soybean commodity cultivation; (3) post-harvest implementation system of rice, corn, and soybean commodity cultivation; and (4) leverage factors that stimulate sub-sector for rice, corn, and soybean commodity. The research locations were Sumenep, Sampang, Bojonegoro, Lamongan, Tulungagung, Blitar, Situbondo, and Banyuwangi Regency. Data collection technique in this research used Snowball Sampling method and it was also conducted by soil sampling to know content of soil nutrient for organic C, Nitrogen, Phosphate, and Potassium in each commodity land (rice, corn, and soybean). Data used in this research was primary and secondary data. Data analysis method used are (1) descriptive analysis; (2) LQ; (3) Cobb-Douglas production function; (4) Income analysis; and (5) Contribution analysis. The research results show that (1) rice and corn needs in East Java still in surplus level, however it was deficit for soybean; (2) basis sector could be made as mainstay in order to improve an area’s economic level through economic growth, especially for three food commodities of rice, corn, and soybean. However, soil fertility was decreasing, particularly for organic C (under 2 percent). Besides, agricultural land in many areas are suffered by degradation due to land conversion. The implementation of cultivation and post-harvest technique have been suitable with local wisdom and varied depending on geographic and topographic condition, rainfall pattern, habit, farmer resource quality, information, and agribusiness capital. Leverage factors for soybean that could stimulate the improvement of food commodity production in East Java is land area and fertilizer use variable. Moreover, the variable that affects production decrease is technology application. Leverage factors for rice are variable of land area, organic fertilizer use, inorganic fertilizer use, seeds, workers, and technology. Then, the leverage factor of corn commodity are land area, organic fertilizer use, inorganic fertilizer use, and seeds.
CONSUMER PREFERENCES FOR RICE IN MALANG, EAST JAVA, INDONESIA Anisa Aprilia; Fitrotul Laili; Sujarwo Sujarwo
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This research aims to investigate characteristic of rice consumers in Malang and determine which combination of rice attributes that included into consumer preferences. The research method was descriptive analysis and conjoint analysis. The results show that the consumer preferences for rice in Malang are affected by taste, colour, rice grain, packaging size and label. Rice taste that desired by consumers in Malang is a tasty rice. In addition, consumers prefer small packaging, pure white colour and labelled rice product, which contains information related to the rice and brand product.
ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF SOYBEAN FARMING (CASE STUDY IN MLORAH VILLAGE REJOSO DISTRICT NGANJUK REGENCY) Rini Dwiastuti; Indah Mustiko Ningsih
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Since 1992, domestic soybean production was unable to fulfill national consumption, which led to the import decision by government. Domestic farmers have not been interested in cultivating soybean due to its relatively expensive production costs; despite its output price also has less competitiveness to the imported soybean. One strategy to reduce the dependence of imported soybean is by improving the efficiency of soybean farming . Efficiency of soybean production in this research represents the farmers’ ability in having minimum cost to produce certain level of soybean production. This study aims to analyze factors that affect production costs and to estimate the economic efficiency score. Cobb Douglas Stochastic Frontier Cost Function; then, the best models is chosen using Akaike Information Criterion (AIC) and Schwarz Information Criterion (SIC). While, the second objective used actual production cost ratio and minimum production cost ratio. The research finding showed that land lease, fertilizer price, pesticide price, price of drilled wells irrigation, and the amount of output had positive effect to the production costs. Meanwhile, seed price and labor wage had negative effect. In conclusion, farmers still could not achieve economic efficiency, thus, there is a chance to save production cost in order to achieve full economic efficiency.
ANALYSIS OF INTEGRATED AGRICULTURE FARMING PROGRAM (SIMANTRI) IN MENDOYO DAGIN TUKAD VILLAGE, JEMBRANA, BALI, INDONESIA IGA.Angga Prasetya Budiarta; Sujarwo Sujarwo
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The objectives of this study are to analyze the implementation of the Simantri program in Mendoyo Dangin Tukad Village and to analyze the profit level of the Simantri farmers and non-Simantri farmers. The analyses used are descriptive statistics and profits analysis. This study began in the first planting season, which is Januari-April 2016. The sample total is 40 farmers, which consist of 20 farmers joining Simantri program and 20 farmers are not. The non-Simantri farmers are chosen purposively considering similarity among those who join in the Simantri program. The result shows that the implementation of the program in Mendoyo Dangin Tukad runs well. The waste processing of livestock in the village has benefit in reducing external input needs, such as inorganic fertilizer and pesticides. Waste of plants and animals are useful material for raising livestock, increasing land fertility and producing bio-energy. The farmers’ profit earned Simantri program is greater than the farmers who do not participate in the program. The source of the increasing farming profit is coming from reducing external inputs of fertilizer and pesticides used.
THE IMPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE LIBERALIZATION TO THE PRODUCTION AND TRADE OF DOMESTIC FRUITS Aldon M.H.P. Sinaga
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Free trade, which is part of liberalization process upon international trade and the implementation of many trade agreements, already brought implication to domestic trade performance. The impact of free trade policy will affect to the trade management of domestic fruit. It can result in either negative or positive effects. The objective of this research was analyzing and studying responses of Indonesian local fruit trade performance in domestic market due to fluctuation change of fruit import as the result of free trade policy implementation. Data used in this research was secondary data. The data obtained from Department of Agriculture, Department of Industry and Trade, FAO, and Indonesian Central Bank database. That data was collected from 1980 to 2006. Model that created in this research was estimated by OLS (Ordinary Least Square) method. The results show that free trade implementation influences on increasing of imported quantity for apple, orange, banana, and papaya commodity, decreasing of total domestic fruit supply, decreasing of land area for mango, banana, orange, and papaya cultivation until its next 2 years period, decreasing of productivity for banana and papaya cultivation, and increasing of mango, banana, and papaya price in the farmer level until its next 2 years period.

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