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ANALISIS TINGKAT KEMISKINAN PRODUSEN KOPRA DI DESA TOLONGANO KECAMATAN BANAWA SELATAN KABUPATEN DONGGALA Damayanti, Lien
AGROLAND Vol 15, No 1 (2008)
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This research aims to know if the earns of copra producer can fulfill tha need of their family and relatives, and also to know if all copra producer in tolongano village stay under or above line of  poverty level, if we assume that their earns take from copra processing bussines only.  This research was aabout study case at copra producer ini tolongano village.  It was coundected from October to December 2006 in Tolongano Village south Banawa Sub District Donggala District.  The result shown that average earn of copra producer was about Rp. 332,173 per period, with the average of family members was about 5 people.  Therefore, if we make a conversion based on rice equal need, it can be concluded that it was 88,58 kg/person/year.  In conclusion, if copra producer only earn from copra processing bussines, overall copra producer categorized with “very poor”.
ANALISIS TITIK IMPAS (BEP) VIRGIN COCONUT OIL PADA KUB “YEVO MULIA” DESA LALOMBI KECAMATAN BANAWA SELATAN KABUPATEN DONGGALA Sari, Nilam; Damayanti, Lien
AGROLAND Vol 15, No 2 (2008)
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The research aims were to identify the total cost spent, the total expenditure received, and the number of production units of a Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) enterprise at the time of BEP was achieved. The research was conducted at KUB “Yevo Mulia in Lalombi Village South Banawa Sub District of Donggala District. This KUB was selected with consideration that it is one of the society joint ventures on Virgin Coconut enterprise available at Lalombi Village Sub District of South Banawa which its production has a broad market segment. This research was carried on October to Desember 2006. The analysis showed that the BEP at KUB “Yevo Mulia” South Banawa Sub District of Donggala for the A type product was about 112.56 bottles or with expenditure about IDR 1,969,800 per month, for product B type about 728 bottles with expenditure about IDR. 1,608,300 per month.
KEBIJAKAN PEMERINTAH DAERAH DALAM PENGENTASAN KEMISKINAN MELALUI PEMBANGUNAN DAN PENGELOLAAN IRIGASI Damayanti, Lien; Hartono, Slamet; Hardyastuti, Suhatmini; Darwanto, Dwidjono Hadi
AGROLAND Vol 18, No 1 (2011)
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In the current era, government has facilitated, trained and supported the implementation ofirrigation development and management providing maximum opportunities to any region, bybringing forward the initiative, capacity, and the regional authority concerned in accordance withthe economic and decentralization spirits. However, based on the present data, it is suggested thatirrigation improvement program has not been able to absolutely alleviate poverty because irrigationis only one of supporting capitals in farming system. The research was conducted in ParigiMoutong from March 2009 to December 2010. Data was collected through survey aimed at: (1)analyzing poverty incidence and gap; (2) identifying government policy on irrigation developmentand management. The research results showed that: (1) based on the poverty incidences and gapanalysis, Torue and South Parigi sub districts had populations of poor people of 55.89 and 49.36%,respectively, (2) the Central Sulawesi governmental policy on Water Resources and IrrigationSector Management Program (WISMP) has been running for 3 years, which is currently a priorityprogram in managing water/irrigation resources. Its implementation is needed in order tosuccesfully create self-supported farmers in participative irrigation management by activelyinvolving water user farmer groups (WUFG) directed to foster the sense of belonging. Thus,responsibility transfer in management can run smoothly and the realization of efficient, effectiveand sustainable irrigation based on self-supported farmer community belong to WUFG isachievable. The WISMP can reduce the poverty level 5% but it was not significant in alleviating povertyKata kunci : Irrigation, poverty, regional government policy.
Analisis Efisiensi Usahatani Bawang Merah Lembah Palu Di Kecamatan Sigi Biromaru Kabupaten Sigi Analysis of efficiency of Lembah Palu Shallot Farming Systemin Sigi Biromaru Sub District of Sigi District Ary, Muhammad Asy’; Damayanti, Lien; Effendy, Effendy
Agroland Vol 25, No 3 (2018)
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ABSTRACTThe aim of the research was to determine the technical, allocative and economical efficiencies of Lembah Palu shallot farming systems and factors affecting their technical efficiency.  It was conducted in Sigi Biromaru sub district where Bulupountu Jaya, Soulowe, and Oloboju villages located.  Forty farmers were selected using a random sampling technique.  Data collected was analyzed using the production function of stochastic frontier Cobb-Douglas, and input approaches.  The results showed that land size area, seeds, fertilizer and labors significantly affected the production of Lembah Palu shallot at 95% confident level.  The shallot farming systems in Palu were technically efficient but allocatively and economically not yet efficient with the values of 0.98, 0.66 and 0.65, respectively.  Such factors as non-formal and formal education, farming experiences, and family dependents were not significantly affected the technical efficiency. Keywords: Efficiency, production factors, and stochastic frontier.
FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS OF PROCESSED CHOCOLATE BUSINESSAT TWINS CHOCOLATE HOME INDUSTRY IN PALU CITY Abrar, Abrar; Damayanti, Lien; Kalaba, Yulianti
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 4, No 1 (2017)
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Cocoa Agribusiness in Central Sulawesi still confronts many complex problems, such as low productivity due to PKB pests, low production quality. This becomes a challenge as well as investment opportunities in developing the business of chocolate product and achieve greater added value than cocoa agribusiness. This research  aimed to know the income and financial feasibility obtained by Twins Chocolate Industry chocolate product production in Palu. The research was conducted at the Twins Chocolate Industry Jalan Rusa No. 13 Talise subdistrict Mantikulore Palu city Central Sulawesi on October to September 2016. The respondents consisted of one leader and two employees in the field of production and marketing. The results showed that the revenue obtained in the first year was Rp 25.7017 million, the second year was Rp 26.8927 million and in the third year was Rp 38,309,875. Feasibility levelsobtained by the PP for 2 Years  and 2 Months were NPV Rp 11,927,788, an IRR of 22.75% and PI of 1.19. It means that Twins Chocolate industry was laboured because it met the eligibility criteria set.
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN DAN KELAYAKAN USAHATANI JAGUNG DI DESA OLOBOJU KECAMATAN SIGI BIROMARU KABUPATEN SIGI Talib.S, Talib.S; Damayanti, Lien; Sulaeman, Sulaeman
Agroland Vol 24, No 3 (2017)
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Corn (Zea Mays) is one of the most important cultivated plants in our civilization. Although it mainly refers to the type of crop, corn is also used to refer to some kinds of the same Zeaclan commonly called grasses. This study aimed to determine the amount of income and the feasibility of cor farming located in Oloboju village of  Sigi Biromaru sub district of Sigi District from March to June 2016. Determination of samples was done usingasimple random sampling method.  The samples used in the study were 30 respondents selected from a population of 75 corn growers. The results of the analysis showed that the average production of cornwas 4,666 kg with the average revenue of IDR 12,740,002, while the average of total cost spent by onerespondent farmer was IDR 3,070,341 with an income of IDR 9,669,660.  The value of R/C was4.14 (>1) indicating that the corn farming is feasible to be developed.
PRODUCTION AND INCOME ANALYSIS OF PEANUTS FARMING IN SOUTH TOTIKUM SUBDISTRICT OF BANGGAI KEPULAUAN Antara, Made; Damayanti, Lien
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 3, No 1 (2016)
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This study aims to: (1) Determine the influence of land area, number of seeds, the amount of fertilizer and the amount of labor to the production of Non Hybrids peanuts variety in the District of South Totikum, and (2) Determine how much the Non hybrids peanut varieties farm income in the District of South Totikum. The sampling technique in this study is a simple random sampling method. Total population of around 200 non-hybrid peanut farmers. The amount of sample determine as much as 20% of the total population, so the number of samples used in this study were 40 respondents. Analysis of the data used Cobb-Douglass multiple linear regression analysis and the non-hybrid peanut farmer average income analysis. The results showed that the independent variable (Xi)jointly significant effect on the dependent variable (Y) non-hybrid peanut production, the value  of F count 70.903> F-table 4.46, Coefficient of determination R2 = 0.995 and R2 adjstsq = 0.995. means 99.5% Variation Value of non-hybrid peanut production (Y) can be explained by the variable land area (X1), the number of seeds (X2), fertilizers (X3), Labor (X4) and pesticides (X5) whereas 0.5 % more can be explained other models. Land area variable, number of seeds, fertilizer, labor, and pesticides, simultaneously can affect the production of non-hybrid peanut farm in the district of South Totikum. Coefficient regression/elasticity of the land area (X1)= 0.851, number of seeds (X2)= 0.066, the amount of fertilizer (X3)= 0,0,059, the amount of labor (x4)= -0.242 and pesticides (X5)= 0,049 on the level of α 0.01. The average production of non-hybrid peanuts cultivation of 1923.07 kg of dry pods/ha. The average income of non-hybrid peanuts farming are USD 10,254,962.12/ha per growing season.
AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF SOYBEAN COMMODITY IN SIGI REGENCY Patra, Eru Rengga; Damayanti, Lien; Kalaba, Yulianti
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2016)
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This research aimed to: 1) Knowing the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for agribusiness development of soybean commodity in Sigi Regency; 2) Knowing the right alternative strategy formula for the development of soybean commodity agribusiness in Sigi Regency; 3) Knowing the priority strategy that should be chosen for the agribusiness development of commodity soybean in Sigi Regency. This research purposively conducted in Sigi Regency from January to March 2017, and 6 respondents were chosen. SWOT analysis used to find alternative strategy, and QSPM analysis used to find priority strategy. The availability and productivity of the land is among the main strenghts, and the quality and quantity of human resources is among the main weaknesses.The main opportunity is the price of soybean commodity in the market, while imports of soybeans by the government is the main threats. The alternative and priority strategy that could be undertaken by the governmenr are : 1) Participatory motivation and farmers empowerment program; 2) Strengthening local soybean development policy that is pro-farmer; 3) Soybean cultivation development program through area expansion and land mapping; 4) Regional Agricultural Partnership; 5) Development of soybean processing industry.
THE AFFECTING FACTORS OF MAIZ FARMING PRODUCTION IN RARAMPADENDE VILLAGE WEST DOLO DISTRICT Ellyani, Ellyani; Antara, Made; Damayanti, Lien
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 3, No 1 (2016)
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This study aims to determine the influence factors of land production, fertilizer, labor, seed and Dummy (seeds) as well as the agricultural extension to the production of maize in the village  of Rarampadende, west Dolo District. The population in this study is the farmers who became members of farmers who run the farm corn amounted to 120 people, the number of samples is as many as 52 people, while the data were analyzed using multiple linear analysis of Cobb-Douglass. Results of the analysis showed that the production of the independent variables (Xi) together can have a significant effect on the dependent variable (Y). F-count value is equal to 27.103> F-table 2.44 (Significantly, 0,000 α 5%), in addition to the value of the coefficient of determination (R2 adjsSq) of 0.754 means that 75.40% of the variation in maize production (Y) can be explained by variable land area (X1), the number of seeds (X2) labor (X3), the amount of fertilizer (X4), seeds (D1) and agricultural extension (D2), while 24.6% can be explained other models. Land use, fertilizer, labor, seed, seeds and labor will simultaneously be able to affect the production of maize farming in Rarampadende village, West Dolo district.
FACTORS AFFECTING MICRO SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSMEs) REVENUE OF PEOPLE’S BUSINESS CREDIT (KUR) RECEIVERS IN DONGGALA REGENCY Widdodo, Ary; Rauf, Rustam Abd; Damayanti, Lien
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2016)
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This research aims to determine the factors affecting micro small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) revenue of people’s business credit (KUR) receivers in Donggala Regency. Factors that allegedly influenced the income of MSMEs of KUR recipients include turnover, length of business, number of manpower and number of KUR.This research was conducted in December 2016 until January 2017 in Donggala Regency. The number of samples used are 43 debtors from Bank Nasional Indonesia (BNI), Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) and Bank Mandiri. The sample is using snowball sampling method, and the data analyzed using Multiple Linear Regression Analysis. Based on the analysis result, it can be concluded that the factors that influence the revenue of MSMEsof KUR receiver are the turnover, the number of labor and the KUR number while the old factor of business does not affect the revenue of MSMEs receiving KUR