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SUPPLIER STRUCTURE AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SUPPLIER NETWORK PHASE RICE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH SUMATRA bidarti, agustina; Hadi Darwanto, Dwidjono; Hartono, Slamet; Jamhari, Jamhari
AGRARIS: Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development Research Vol 5, No 1: January-June 2019
Publisher : Program Studi Agribisnis Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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This study aims to identify the mapping, measure performance, and analyze problems in the structure of rice supply chain management on the supplier network phase in South Sumatra. Afterward, the result of this study is used as the basic consideration to improve the rice supply chain performance on indicators that have problems. Data collection was conducted by direct interview, questionnaire, and observation. This study used descriptive qualitative and several analysis tools as the data such as Supply Chain Operation Reference Model (SCOR), Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP), Objective Matrix (OMAX) and Traffic Light System (TLS). According to the rice supply chain mapping on supplier network phase, there are three rice supply chains. Based on the interview, the farmers’ main problem as the main producers of the rice supply chain in South Sumatra is the limitation of unhusked rice price information in harvesting in the financial flow of rice supply chain. Based on the weighting result by OMAX scoring system, the total index value is 7.28, or in the yellow category which means that the performance of LICM rice- industry company in South Sumatra has not achieved the expected performance in terms of rice supply chain even though the result is close to the pre-determined target.
AGRICULTURAL LAND CONVERSION: DETERMINANTS AND IMPACT FOR FOOD SUFFICIENCY IN SLEMAN REGENCY Harini, Rika; Sabari Yunus, Hadi; ., Kasto; Hartono, Slamet
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 2 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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The research was conducted in Sleman Regency with 3 study area based on the extent ofagricultural land conversion. The purpose of this research is to examine the determinants ofagricultural conversion internally and externally, as well as the impact on the availability offood, especially rice. The research was conducted by survey method and statistical analysisregression Ordinary Least Square. The resultsof this research showed that the internalfactors which significantly affect land conversion is the price of land and land location in allareas of study. External factors have significantly positive are variable population, landconversion rules and land location, while the variable GDP in the agricultural sectornegatively. Availability of rice in Sleman Regenct zone 1 indicates the region from 1983 to2025 for the population minus the rice sufficiency. In zone 2 region between 1983 and 2005but it is still a surplus between 2006 and 2025 minus. In the area of zone 3 is projectedthrough 2025 the availability of rice is sufficient
Competitiveness of Tea Exports in Asean: A Constant Market Share Analysis Oktaviana, Nadia; Masyhuri, Masyhuri; Hartono, Slamet
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Vol 1, No 2 (2016): August
Publisher : Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Gadjah Mada jointly with PISPI

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This study was aimed to find out the competitiveness of tea exports in ASEAN during 2011-2014. Competitiveness indicates a country ability to compete with other countries in international trade activities. Constant Market Share (CMS) employed to understand the weaknesses and strengths of a country viewed from the effect of exports growth. CMS results showed that the major weakness of tea exports in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam is the effect of market distribution. Market distribution effect indicated that their exports to countries with a high demand for tea in the world. On the other hand, the strengths of tea exports in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam are the effect of world exports growth, commodity composition effect, and the competitiveness effect. Conversely, the major weakness of tea exports in Indonesia is competitiveness effect, while the strengths are the effect of world exports growth and the effect of market distribution.
Consumer Willingness to Pay of Organic Rice and The Factors which Affected in Pontianak Setiyadi, Heru; Hartono, Slamet; Darwanto, Dwidjono Hadi
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Vol 1, No 3 (2016): December
Publisher : Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Gadjah Mada jointly with PISPI

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Organic rice is claimed as one of staples food alternative choice. Consuming organic rice is not only about fulfilling the quality needs but also a part of life style. Organic rice is also available in many modern retails in Pontianak so that it is affordable enough to be consumed by Pontianak’s residents. The aims of study were to analyze Willingness To Pay (WTP) of consumers with Contingent Valuation Method (CVM) and find factors affected consumers WTP value of organic rice . Primary data were collected during March to April 2016 and analyzed by multiple regression. The samples of Pontianak’s residents were used as respondents. The result showed that willingness to pay rate of organic rice in Pontianak was low. The age, price of organic rice, ergonomic packaging, respondent expenditure in month, and non-organic rice price affected WTP  with marked positive, while marital status factor had negative marked.
Analysis of Soybean Availability in Indonesia Natalia, Grace; Darwanto, Dwidjono Hadi; Hartono, Slamet
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Vol 2, No 1 (2017): April
Publisher : Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Gadjah Mada jointly with PISPI

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This study aimed to determine the factors affected the soybean availability in Indonesia. This study used secondary data obtained from FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization), World Bank, and the Ministry of Finance. In this study, the data from 1964 to 2013 used to determine the factors affected soybean availability in Indonesia . The Error Correction Model (ECM) was used to determine the factors affected soybean availability. The results showed that (1) the data were stationary at first difference; (2) the data used co-integrated means long-term parameters; (3) ECT coefficient was 0.846 (significant at α = 5%) indicated the model used was valid. Soybean availability in Indonesia in the short term was positively influenced by the total planted area, total soybean consumption, and soybean import tariffs. In the long term, soybean availability in Indonesia was positively influenced by the total planted area, productivity of soybean, domestic soybean prices, soybean consumption, and rupiah exchange rate to dollar. In the long-term, availability of soybeans was negatively affected by the price of imported soybean.
ANALISIS FAKTOR PENYEBAB DAN DAMPAK PERUBAHAN PENGGUNAAN LAHAN PERTANIAN PINGGIRAN KOTA YOGYAKARTA Sudirman, Senthot; Irham, Irham; Hartono, Slamet; Maas, Azwar
Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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The problems of the study are: (a) how the peri urban agricultural land use changes, (b) what factors influence land use cahange, (c) how the impacts of the land use changes on regional food lost, food availability, and the prospects of the farming sustainability in the peri urban area ofYogyakarta city. The objectives of the study are (a) to estimate the area and the rates of the peri urban agricultural land use change, (b) to estimate the factors influencing the land use change, and (c) to estimate the impacts of the peri urban agricultural land use change to the regional food lost, regional food availability, and the prospects of the farming sustainaibility in the peri urban area of Yogyakarta city..The data collection methods used in this study are: (a) Landsat TM satellite Images analysis, (b) digitally map overlaying on computer screen using Geographic Information System (GIS), (c) documentation of secondary data, (d) interview with quetionare as the guide, and (d) field observation. Data will be analyzed by using the mathematics, statistics, and econometrics equations specially multiple linear regression. Data will be presented as the table, diagram, curve and map.The results and conclusions of this research are (a) the changed of peri urban agricultural land use as long as 11 years from 1996-2007 are 922,17 ha in Sleman; 1.888,60 in Bantul; and 1.082,79 ha involving 47 sample of villages; the rates of land use changing is in negatif correlation with the the distance from the city, (b) the used econometric model in this research indicate a satisfaction goodness of fit with R2 of 0,895. Based on the analysis of variance, F-test, and t-test can be conclude that some factors i.e. Exhange Value of Agriculture Production (FPV), Technical Irrigated Agriculture Lands (IRG), the Precentage of Built Area to the Agriculture Lands (BCPr), People Density (Dens), Society Education (Edu), and the Agriculture Land Price (FLP) significantly influence to the rates of agriculture land changes, but the other factors i.e. the Precentage of agricultural lands to the village area (FLPr), Agriculture Lands Tax (FLT), Dummy of Bantul (DB), and Dummy of Kulon Progo (DKP) do not significantly at the α of 5-10%, and (c) the rates of agricultural lands changes have negative impacts to the regional food lost, regional food availability, and the prospects of the farming sustainability of peri urban agricultural lands. The number of regional food lost equivalent with 703,443 people, and the decreasing of regional food availability is equivalent with 572.259 people.Keywords: landsat image, land use change, overlay, peri urban
EFEKTIFITAS POLA KEMITRAAN INTI-PLASMA DAN PRODUKTIFITAS, USAHA TERNAK AYAM BROILER PETERNAK PLASMA DAN MANDIRI SERTA FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI DI KABUPATEN SLEMAN Suwarta, Suwarta; Irham, Irham; Hartono, Slamet
Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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This research aims to recognize : (a) effective of partnership Inti-Plasma pattern, (b)productivity business livestock broiler chicken partnership Inti-Plasma pattern and independent, and the factors influence. This research is done in Sleman, DIY. The like of analysis unit primary data is resulted of direct interview with one whose work is to rear cattle broiler chicken sample at 2008 – 2009 year. To recognize effective of partnership inti-plasma pattern, with the method deference of evenly test of : (1) evenly percent of production broiler chicken is sold to company with 100 percents, (2)on the average of production’s price and weft’s price, doc’s price is to be paid by company and plasma with production’s price and weft’s price, doc’s price in contract, and (3) on the average of percent of debt with is to be paid by plasma commensurate with contract. To count of the productivity, with the method to divide of the total production with the wide of stable. To calculation productivity function of business livestock broiler chicken, is used OLS method of natural equalization.The result of research show that : (a) performance of partnership ”inti-plasma” business broiler chicken livestock was effective. The condition mentioned is showed by : (1) all of production is sold to company, (2) the production price and weft price, doc price compatible with contract, and (3)evenly percent of debt is to be paid compatible with contract; (b) productivity business livestock broiler chicken for respectively one whose work is to rear cattle group are : (1) one whose work is to rear cattle plasma 15.75 kg/m2, (2) one whose work is to rear cattle independent 13.78 kg/m2,(3) one whose work is to rear cattle “plasma-inti mandiri” 15.43 kg/m2, and (4) one whose work is to rear cattle ”plasma-inti pabrikan” 16.93 kg/m2. That except, according to part, productivity business livestock broiler chicken is influenced by : (1) amount of doc (0.47458);(2) amount of weft (0.45074); (3) amount of “ovk” (0.03527); (4) age (-0.074361),(5) experience (0.0395); and wide of stable (-0.9803).Keyword : Effective, Partnership Inti-Plasma pattern, Productivity
TRADE OFF SISTEM USAHATANI TEMBAKAU DI WILAYAH SUMBING TEMANGGUNG JAWA TENGAH Manumono, Danang; Masyhuri, Masyhuri; Hartono, Slamet; Suryantini, Ani
Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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Comodities farming system is the farming system management whith a commodity whose primerly planting which coverage by the sub-systems or other commodities arranged with characteristic and specificly and integrated toward that commodity. The research location in slope of Sumbing mountain which have tobacco aromatics with high nicotin and tar. The sample are sub-village to trade off phenomena analyzes with purposive sampling and the data are intensively take in sub-village farmer with proporsion sampling. And anlysis in power function regression model.Sumbing slope land area have 2 character agroclimate. High land area have longer time harvaest commodities than midle land area and have dry season whose can not planted with economic commodities except tobacco. Phenomena of trade off on high land area not happen in changing comodities farming system but not in midle land area. The tradeoff phenomena were midle land area in changging of cabbage farming system with tobacco farming system, but not for other system. Increasing of cabbage farming system area whose indicated decreasing tobacco farming system area caused decreasing in input use by farmer on that area but not for economic produktivity land.Keywords: commodity farming system, tradeoff phenomena.
Competitive and Comparative Advantages Analysis of Organic Rice Farming in Karanganyar Regency, Central Java Province Suharyati, Anita; Hartono, Slamet; Waluyati, Lestari Rahayu
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Vol 1, No 1 (2016): April
Publisher : Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Gadjah Mada jointly with PISPI

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In era of the free trade which increasingly competitive, it is important to understandthe competitiveness of foodstuff commodity by every country. Public awareness of health hazards and adverse environmental impacts, as well as the trend of consumers choosing safe foodstuffs, lead to a shift to the cultivation of organic systems. This paper uses Policy Analysis Matrix (PAM) analysis to determine whether rice farming system has a comparative and competitive advantages when produced with organic farming practices. The purposes of this paper are to (1) Analyse the financial and economic advantages of organic rice farming in Karanganyar. (2) Analyse competitiveness of organic rice in Karanganyar Regency viewed from competitive advantage and comparative advantage. Based on the data analysis,results show that the organic rice farming in Karanganyar Regency has a competitive advantage and comparative advantage, indicated by PCR and DRC value that is less than one. The competitive advantage of organic rice in Karanganyar Regency is greater than the comparative advantage. PCR coefficient amount of 0.74 and DRC coefficient amount of 0.56. Thus organic rice farming in Karanganyar Regency is worth developing and has good competitiveness in domestic market as well as international market.
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.
Co-Authors . Irham, . . Jamhari, . Adhi Dharma Wibawa, Adhi Dharma Adi Widiyanto Ahmad Riyadi, Ahmad Ainunnisa El Fajrin, Ainunnisa El Ajeng Ayu Nabila Mandala, Ajeng Ayu Nabila Akhmad Musyafak, Akhmad Alfian Yunianto nugroho, Alfian Yunianto AMIRUDDIN SYAM Ananti Yekti, Ananti Ani Suryantini Anita Suharyati Any Suryantini Ardiansyah, Nivo Asnah, nFN Azizatun Nurhayati, Azizatun Azwar Maas Bestina Bidarti, Agustina Budi Santoso Cristovao R, Cristovao Danang Manumono Dewi Intan Febianti, Dewi Intan Dian Eswin Wijayanti, Dian Eswin Dian Ratnawati Dibyo Prabowo Djuwari Djuwari Dwi Iriana, Dwi Dwidjono H.D, Dwidjono H.D Dwidjono Hadi Darwanto Dwidjono Hadi Darwanto Dyah Ismoyowati, Dyah Elias Edison Kapitarau, Elias Edison Emy Rahmawaty, Emy Grace Natalia Hadi Sabari Yunus Hadi Sabari Yunus Hariadi Subagja I Ketut Eddy Purnama,, I Ketut Eddy I Nyoman Tirta Ariana I WAYAN BUDIASA Ida Bagoes Mantra Ilma Sarimustaqiyma Rianse, Ilma Sarimustaqiyma Ilma Sarimutaqiyma Rianse, Ilma Sarimutaqiyma Irham Irham Ismet Ahmad, Ismet Iswin Raka Agung Wijaya, Iswin Raka Agung Jajat sudrajat Jamhari Jamhari Jangkung Handoyo Mulyo Jhon Wardie, Jhon Juarini Juarini, Juarini karmila ibrahim Kasto . Kasto Kasto, Kasto Khasanah, Ukhwatul Krisna Setiawan Krisnha Agung Santosa, Krisnha Agung Ktut Murniati Kun Bunnavuth, Kun Kuntoro Boga Andri Lestari Rahayu Waluyati Lien Damayanti Lukman Affandhy Lulan, Prischa M Maksum, M M Yamin Ma Soedjono, Ma Mas Sadjono, Mas Masyhuri . Masyhuri Masyhuri Masyhuri, nFN Miftah Rahmawati, Miftah Migie Handayani Mira Candra Kirana, Mira Candra Mochammad Maksum Munawir ., Munawir Natelda Rosaldiah Timisela Nguyen Khac Hoen, Nguyen Khac Noor Viana, Candarisma Dhanes Nur Fitriana Nurcahyani, Marizha Oktaviana, Nadia Pinjung Nawang Sari, Pinjung Nawang Pramusintho, Bagus Prasetyo, Muhammad Nur Pratiwi, Liana Fatma Leslie Puspitaningrum, Dwi Aulia Putri Ayu Ogari, Putri Ayu Rahayu W, Lestari Rahmaningtyas, Avivah Rika Harini Senthot Sudirman Septika Arifianti, Septika Setiyadi, Heru Siti Asmaul Mustaniroh Sri Widodo Stevanus Hardiristanto, Stevanus Subejo Subejo Sudibyo Sudibyo Suhatmini Hardyastuti Supriyanto Supriyanto Supriyanto Sutrisno sutrisno Suwarta Suwarta Titik Widyasari, Titik Toni Kuswoyo, Toni Tri Sukma, Tri Triandy Meinardi, Triandy umi barokah Ummu Harmain, Ummu Usman Rianse, Usman Utami A Yulianti, Utami A Vifi Nurul Choirina, Vifi Nurul Wa Kuasa, Wa Wasilatur Rohmah, Wasilatur WIDYANINGSIH, WIWIN Y, M Zulkarnain Yunastiti Purwaningsih, Yunastiti Yusiana, Eka Lia