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Sujarwo
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+62341-551665
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agrise@ub.ac.id
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Socio-Economics/Agribusiness, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Brawijaya, Jl. Veteran Malang, 65145
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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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EFFECTS OF FARMERS’ KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, SKILLS ON HIGHLAND MAIZE ADOPTION IN WESTERN ETHIOPIA Soruma Gerbi; Berhanu Megerssa
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 20, No 4 (2020): OCTOBER
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.agrise.2020.20.4.1

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Understanding farmers' indigenous knowledge is vital in hybrid maize popularization. Despite different opportunities, adoption was constrained by the failure of infusing local knowledge in the modern extension system. Hence, farmers' capabilities, preferences, and practices towards adoption were studied. Data were collected from key informants and focus group discussion participants. A cross-sectional survey was to collect data from 154 respondents. Knowledge and attitude were assessed by using a 5-point Likert scale. Descriptive statistics and econometric analyses were run to analyze data accordingly. The results indicated among demographic characteristics; family and land size, owning of ox and experience have positively affected highland maize adoption at 1 per cent significance level; while education, age, and on-farm income have positively affected highland maize adoption at a 1% significance level. However, religion and sex did not affect highland maize adoption at all. Pearson chi-square result indicated, there was a positive and significant relationship of knowledge (χ2=41.49; p=0.000) to adoption. Consequently, an increase in farmers' knowledge of favoured adoption. Finally, poor institutional support, insufficient involvement of resource-poor farmers, and lack of training were major bottlenecks hampering highland maize adoption. Hence, provision of special training, credit services, and farmers-responsive training should be in place for better adoption.
THE DECISION OF SALT FARMERS BEHAVIOR TO THE USE GEOMEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY USING FUZZY AHP (Case in Lembung Village, Galis District, Pamekasan Regency) Fitrotin Nazizah; Rosihan Asmara; Agustina Shinta Hartati Wahyuningtyas
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 20, No 4 (2020): OCTOBER
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Pamekasan regency is an area in Madura Island that has the potential to increase the quality and quantity of salt by recommending the use of geomembrane technology. This research will give recommendation of factor is the highest priority of salt farmer’s behavior decisions on the use of geomembrane technology. The method developed in this research are combination of AHP and Fuzzy AHP method. AHP is used to determine the consistency of judgments made by each respondent and Fuzzy AHP is used to determine the criteria weight and subcriteria to determine the highest priority criteria and subcriteria decisions. Priority results using FAHP obtained that highest priority factor the behavior decisions of salt farmers  towards the use of geomembrane technology at the level of farmers and agencies to technical aspects  is production result subcriteria, to economic aspects is profit of salt farmers subcriteria, to socio cultural aspect is geomembrane technology is corresponding government advice and to environment aspects is quality of salt
AS THE AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES SECTOR STILL AS A POTENTIAL IN THE PROSPERITY OF INDONESIAN SOCIETY? Nugrahini Susantinah Wisnujati; Markus Patiung
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 20, No 4 (2020): OCTOBER
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All countries on the planet possibly be overseen ideally with the goal that their kin are prosperous. The Indonesian country has the potential for normal assets (ranger service, ranches, domesticated animals, fisheries and food crops) which in the Gross Provincial Homegrown Item (PDRB) are contracted as horticulture, ranger service and fisheries. The capability of the Indonesian country has endured a ton of harm and capacity changes. The exploration goals are (1) to investigate the horticultural, ranger service and fisheries parts as manageable areas or not, which add to the Gross Provincial Homegrown Item, (2) to dissect whether the farming, ranger service and fisheries divisions can succeed the Indonesian public. The explanatory strategies utilized are Area Remainder (LQ), Dynamic Area Remainder (DLQ) and Klassen Typology. The exploration results show that the horticultural, ranger service and fisheries divisions are essential/potential segments today and later on, although despite the fact  their development is moderate and won't be supplanted by different segments until the apocalypse because of God's effortlessness. Just by dealing with its latent capacity, in particular horticulture, ranger service and fisheries, the Indonesian country can thrive its kin, with a note that it is important to join agribusiness and innovation, for example, GIS innovation, nano innovation that utilizes crude materials from farming, ranger service and fisheries.
ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION OF LABOR FROM AGRICULTURE TO NON-AGRICULTURE IN ASIA Emy Zahrotul Awaliyyah; Shwu-En Chen; Ratya Anindita; S Suhartini
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 20, No 4 (2020): OCTOBER
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.agrise.2020.20.4.9

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Through the dataset from APO (Asian Productivity Organization) comprising 22 countries in Asia from 1980 to 2015, this study is to investigate the growth pattern, decomposition, and determinants of structural transformation in Asia. A decomposition method measuring within-effect, between-static-effect, and between-dynamic-effect was adopted to explain the structural change within sectors of agriculture, industry, and services.  The results show that the agriculture sector of all countries in Asia declines slowly. The agriculture sector is no longer the largest contributor to GDP in all Asian countries even though it still has the largest labor in Asian developing countries. Workers moving from the agriculture sector to the services sector as the productivity of the service sector is higher than agriculture. The structural changes positively contribute to productivity growth in Asia as a result of the positive static reallocation effects and negative dynamic reallocation effects. Overall, the structural changes contribute to a large part of labor productivity growth. The important determinants of structural transformation are the employment share in agriculture and trade. Final, the policy implication was proposed for structural changes.
PERCEIVED EFFECTIVENESS OF INFORMATION SOURCES IN MEETING INFORMATION NEEDS OF RICE GROWERS IN NEPAL Prakash Baral
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 20, No 4 (2020): OCTOBER
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A study was done to assess the effectiveness of different information sources in meeting information needs and utilization behavior of rice growers in western midhills of Nepal, taking 101 sample households. Survey design with a structured questionnaire was used for data collection under the pragmatic paradigm of social research. The study showed that 30 percent of farmers were high information seekers while about 59 percent were utilizing information highly implying that most farmers were using the information highly though they don't seek information by themselves. Input management and climatic information were highly sought and utilized. Though fellow and contact farmers were the more used source of information, however, respondents felt that extension personnel and agro-vets were more credible.  An assessment of the effective index showed that fellow farmers were highly effective followed by extension personnel and agro-vets while social media and ICTs were least effective. There was a significant positive correlation between information variables and education, ethnicity, number of crops grown and accessibility to information sources. However, poor accessibility of farmers to these sources was a major problem. Thus, a suitable information delivery system accessible to most farmers according to their time and needs should be designed regarding rice cultivation.
ANALYSIS OF SUSTAINABILITY OF ECONOMIC SECTOR IN PROBOLINGGO DISTRICT EAST JAVA PROVINCE – INDONESIA Markus Patiung; Nugrahini Susantinah Wisnujati
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 20, No 4 (2020): OCTOBER
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Gross Regional Domestic Product (PDRB) is the amount of gross added value arising from all economic sectors in the region. It aims to help formulate regional policies, plan and evaluate development results, and provide information that can describe the regional economic performance. The purpose of this research is to analyse sustainable economic sector in Probolinggo district east Java province – Indonesia.  A sustainable sector means a sector that is currently included as a basis and will remain a basis sector in the future even if the growth is slow or fast. The analytical methods used include analysis of Location Quotient (LQ), Dynamic Location Quotient (DLQ), and Klassen Typology. Of the 17 economic sectors that contributed to the PDRB of Probolinggo district, with the results of the LQ analysis, 7 sectors were in basic categories and 10 sectors were in non-basic categories. Results of the comparative analysis of LQ and DLQ indicates that there are 5 leading sectors, 2 prospective sectors, 6 mainstay sectors, and 4 lagging sectors. The results of the classification typology analysis consisted of 3 fast-growing and fast-growing sectors, 7 sectors is growing fast, 4 advanced and slow-growing sectors, and 3 relatively lagging sectors. From the three analysis results, it can be seen that the sustainable sectors are agriculture, forestry, and fisheries (second rank ); electricity and gas procurement sector (first rank); water supply, waste management, waste and recycling sectors (third rank); health service sector and social activities (fourth rank); other service sectors (rank fifth); processing industry sector; construction sector; transportation and warehousing sector; the accommodation and food and drink provision sector; information and communication sector; and the education services sector.
EVALUATION OF PARTNERSHIP RELATIONSHIP IN ORGANIC VEGETABLE SUPPLY CHAIN IN CV. KURNIA KITRI AYU FARM MALANG Nur Ocvanny Amir; Jabal Tarik Ibrahim; Gumoyo Mumpuni Ningsih; Zubdatul Asror
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 20, No 4 (2020): OCTOBER
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Market demand for organic vegetables at CV. Kurnia Kitri Ayu Farm continues to grow according to consumer needs. Market development is determined by the quality and continuity of the marketing distribution. To maintain this, in its business activities CV. Kurnia Kitri Ayu Farm established partnerships with several parties. The objectives of the research were 1) Knowing the supply chain of organic vegetables both in partnership and non-partnership with CV. KKAF, 2) Knowing the partnership patterns formed in the CV. KKAF, 3) Evaluating trust, commitment, communication, satisfaction, and dependence in organic vegetable supply chain partnerships. Respondents in this study consisted of the head of partner farmer groups, owners of CV. Kurnia Kitri Ayu Farm and the head of staff as a permanent partner for the home industry (baby care). The results showed 1) The flow of the organic vegetable supply chain consisted of the flow of goods, the flow of money, and the flow of information, 2) the partnership patterns contained in the organic vegetable supply chain, namely the plasma core partnership pattern, subcontracts, and general trading, 3) All parties in the supply chain on average feel very confident, have a very good commitment, communicate frequently, feel satisfied, and are very dependent on the performance of its partner members.
IDENTIFICATION OF PARTNERSHIP PATTERNS AND RICE DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS AS THE MAIN COMMODITY IN SIDENRENG RAPPANG DISTRICT Aksal Mursalat; Ayu Wulandary; Fitriani R
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 20, No 4 (2020): OCTOBER
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Sidenreng Rappang Regency is one of the rice providers in South Sulawesi Province in supporting food self-sufficiency in Indonesia. However, there are several problems faced by farmers in Sidenreng Rappang Regency, namely farmers have not been able to optimize their production results due to limited information in determining selling prices, while through a partnership pattern it makes it easier for farmers to obtain information about marketing and other problems, namely the length of distribution channels experienced by farmers. causing the selling price of rice to be classified as very low. The purpose of this research is to identify or study the partnership patterns and distribution channels that have been carried out by rice farmers in Sidenreng Rappang Regency. This research was conducted in Sidenreng Rappang Regency which took place in May-August 2020. The method used was observation and interviews involving 10 rice farmer respondents, then the data were analyzed to determine the implementation of the partnership pattern in the form of a descriptive method and to detect the distribution pattern of rice commodities. Based on the results of the research, the partnership pattern in the rice distribution channel in Sidenreng Rappang Regency is included in the category of general trading patterns, namely by marketing unhulled grain products to rice milling companies through intermediary traders. The implementation of the rice distribution channel system begins with farmers - collectors - rice milling companies, then distributed to two business actors, namely large companies and retailers to the final level to consumers.
RICE-FISH FARMING SYSTEM IN LAMONGAN, EAST JAVA, INDONESIA: SWOT AND PROFIT EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS Dyah Retnani Nurhidayati; Wen-Chi Huang; Nuhfil Hanani; S Sujarwo
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 20, No 4 (2020): OCTOBER
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.agrise.2020.20.4.6

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The agricultural sector needs to make breakthroughs in the design of production systems to improve farmers' income and operation efficiency. One of the ways is to redesign rice production methods by applying a rice-fish farming system. Lamongan has a different system that combines rice cultivation with vannamei shrimp. Due to the limitation of farmers, the efficiency of the system has not yet reached the optimal level. This study describes the rice-fish farming system, identifies the SWOT and generated the grand strategy matrix, and analyzed the profit efficiency using Stochastic Frontier Analysis. The results showed that the strengths and opportunities are more influential, where the position was in the quadrant I; which means it is in a good strategic position. Meanwhile, the input factors which significantly influence profit where the cost of paddy seed, the cost of organic fertilizer, the cost of inorganic fertilizer, the cost of pesticide, and the cost of shrimp feed. The profit efficiency analysis shows that respondents engaged in this system did not efficiently allocate inputs and production cost factors appropriately. The average profit efficiency level was 78.05 percent; it means that there were still opportunities to increase profits from the system by 21.5 percent.

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