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ANALISIS NILAI TAMBAH IKAN ROA MENJADI SAMBAL PADA INDUSTRI SAL-HAN DIKOTA PALU Pratama, Moh Riski; Damayanti, Lien; Kalaba, Yulianti
AGROTEKBIS Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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This research aims to  find out the added value of Roa fish business become sauce at Sal-Han industry in Palu. The research was conducted on April 2017. Respondens were 5 employee and 1 leader selected. So that total respondens are 6 people. The research used primary and secondary data which were analyzed using Hayami method. Based on the result of the research, it can be concluded that the production of Roa fish sauce at Sal-Han industry on April 2017 used 15 kg Roa fish produced 119.79 kg of Roa fish sauce and produced 726 bottles. The income from the sauce 5.411.460 with profit 41.837 or 93.35%. The added value of sauce production is influenced by the big of output, raw material price, and contribution of ather input.
KELAYAKAN USAHATANI KAKAO DI DESA SIDONDO IV KECAMATAN SIGI BIROMARU KABUPATEN SIGI Palunsu, Christovani; A., Hadayani; Kalaba, Yulianti
AGROTEKBIS Vol 2, No 6 (2014)
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui kelayakan usahatani kakao di Desa Sidondo IV, Kecamatan Sigi Biromaru, Kabupaten Sigi. Penentuan sampel dilakukan secara sengaja (Purpossive) dengan pertimbangan bahwa Desa Sidondo IV merupakan salah satu daerah penghasil Kakao di Kecamatan Sigi Biromaru yang produksinya sebesar 15.532. Responden merupakan petani kakao.Alat analisis yang digunakan adalah Analisis PAM (Policy Analysis Matrix). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan kelayakan usahatani kakao di Desa Sidondo IV,  hal ini ditunjukan oleh nilai finansial lebih besar dari pada nilai sosial yang artinya keuntungan finansial pada usahatani kakao di Desa Sidondo IV adalah Rp.11.677,175 sedangkan keuntungan sosial Rp. 11.423,918. Hal ini terjadi karena harga input tradable yang dibayarkan atau diterima petani tidak sesuai dengan apa yang diinginkan oleh petani. Apabila nilai finansial lebih besar dari pada nilai sosial maka usahatani dalam posisi yang menguntungkan, dan kelayakan Usaha tani di Desa Sidondo IV, berdasarkan analisis PAM menunjukan nilai komperatif sehingga usatahani kakao di Desa Sidondo IV layak untuk di usahakan oleh petani-petani kakao di desa tersebut.
PENGARUH GANDA KOMODITI UBI KAYU DALAM PEREKONOMIAN SULAWESI TENGAH Yantu, M.R.; Kalaba, Yulianti; Sisfahyuni, Sisfahyuni
AGROLAND Vol 20, No 1 (2013)
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The aim of this study were (i) to analyze multiplier effect of cassava commodity in economy of Central Sulawesi, and (ii) to analyze trend of the multiplier effect during the last decade. Methods of analyses used were analyses of multiplier effect of Tiebout economic base model, and analyses of trend. Data used were secondary data of time series 2000 – 2011, i.e. Data of GDRP of Central Sulawesi by sector, area size, volume of production, and prices of all kinds of cassava. The result of analyses showed that coefficient of multiplier effect of the cassava commodity in economy of Central Sulawesi was more than one. It indicated that investment of developing for the commodity in Central Sulawesi is feasible. In the long-run, the coefficient tends to increase. It indicates that continuously investment for the commodity to increase the performance of economy of Central Sulawesi is feasible.
ANALISIS PROFITABILITAS USAHA KERIPIK TAHU PADA INDUSTRI RUMAH TANGGA SOFIE DI KOTA PALU Pratiwi, Riandini Ika; Kalaba, Yulianti
AGROLAND Vol 21, No 1 (2014)
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Sofie home industry is the only tofu chips business in Palu City. The demand on chips production has been increasing but the home industry employer sometime sover look the expenditure for the costs incurred in the chips production. This study aimed to determine the profitability         of Sofie home industry in producing chips and to identify the capability of the home industry           to generate net income over equity. This research was conducted from May to July 2013 in which two respondents were determined purposively. Primary and secondary data collected were analyzed using a quantitative profitability analysis. The Gross Profit Margin GPM), the Net Profit Margin (NPM) and the ratio of Return on Invesment (RoI) found for the home industry were 62.37%, 53.61%, 16.82%, respectively, indicating that the profitability of the chips home industry is still low due to lack of attention to the costs incurred. The net income of the home industry was IDR 31,499,664 in 2012. The net income over equity capital produced by the industry was equal to 19.13% suggesting that the ability to generate a net profitusingits own capitalis very lowdue to high operating costs leading to profits achieved not comparable with the capital spent.
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN DAN KELAYAKAN FINANSIAL USAHATANI TANAMAN SELA DIANTARA KELAPA DI KABUPATEN MINAHASA PROPINSI SULAWESI UTARA Kalaba, Yulianti
AGRISAINS Vol 6, No 2 (2005)
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A study was done in the regency of Minahasa, North Sulawesi Province using survey method with purposive sampling, to find an intercropping pattern between coconut trees which provided the maximum added income. The sample as large as 120 were taken from Tombatu and Wori subdistrict. In Tombatu coconut + vanilla intercropping was found to be the best pattern providing added income as high as Rp. 11.612.400/ha/year. Different result was obtained in Wori where coconut + banana intercropping was the best with added income as much as Rp. 3.212.000/ha/year. Key words : Income, inter cropping, coconut.
ANALISIS NILAI TAMBAH CRUDE PALM OIL (CPO) PADA PT. PASANGKAYU ASTRA AGRO LESTARI DI SULAWESI BARAT Ikawati, Aisyah; Kalaba, Yulianti; Asih, Dewi Nur
AGROTEKBIS Vol 6, No 5 (2018)
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The study aimed to determine the added value generated by the processing of palm oil into crude palm oil (CPO) at  the Pasangkayu Astra Agro Lestari limited company. The research location was purposively selected considering that the company is one of the largest companies in West Sulawesi producing CPO. The study used respondents consisted of the company leader and its employees. Primary and secondary data were used. The value added of palm oil processing into CPO was calculated using the Hayami analysis. The results show that the added value generated by the Pasangkayu Astra Agro Lestari limited company was IDR 29,047,891,308 with the added value ratio of 60.89%, the profit rate of 95.75% and the revenue earned of IDR 6,416,957,304.
THE COMPETITIVENESS ANALYSIS OF COCOA COMMODITY IN THE DISTRICT OF SIGI Ibrahim, Andika; Mappatoba, Marhawati; Kalaba, Yulianti
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 3, No 1 (2016)
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This study aims to determine the competitiveness of cocoa commodity in the district of  Sigi and the impact of government policies by analyzing the effects of cocoa price changes, cocoa’s input price and cocoa production to the competitiveness of cocoa. Data collection is done in Sub-district of Palolo with the number of respondents 31 farmers and also data supported by data from other related agencies. The research objective answered by using analytical tools Policy Analysis Matrix (PAM). Results of the study found that cocoa in Sigi District has comparative and competitive advantages with the value of Domestic Cost Ratio (DCR) and the Private Cost Ratio (PCR) i.e. 0.45 and 0.50. Results for Nominal Protection coefficient of output value (NPCO) is 0.88 and Nominal Protection Coeffisients of Input (NPCI) is 0.80 respectively show the governments policies are protective for cocoa farmers in the district, while the EPC value is 0.89 indicates the policy is inhibiting the production of farmers with effect of ratio 0.09. The sensitivity analysis of changes in production, the price of cocoa bean and Subsidized- fertilizer prices, shows that the change in production is an indicator that most influence the competitiveness of cocoa in Sigi District.
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.
IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON MACRO-ECONOMY OF CENTRAL SULAWESI PROVINCE INDONESIA: CASE OF COCOA BEANS COMMODITY Yantu, Marwan; Kalaba, Yulianti; Lamusa, Arifuddin; Pingkan, Wildani
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 2, No 1 (2015)
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Central Sulawesi is the first rank of cocoa beans supplier in Indonesia. Unfortunately, climate change resulted on emerging of cacao pests and diseases that causes continuously decreasing productivity of cacao farm. Consequently, farmers have been converted their cocoa farm to others farm. This has been impacted on macro-economy of Central Sulawesi. Generally, the aim of this study is to analyze impact of climate change on macro-economy of Central Sulawesi for case cocoa beans commodity. Particularly, the aim of this study is (i) to analyze impact of climate change on productivity of cacao farm; (ii) to estimate effect of the productivity on GDRP of cocoa beans; (iii) to estimate effect of the GDRP of cocoa beans on macro-economy of Central Sulawesi; and (iv) to estimate trends of macro-economy of Central Sulawesi. Analyze method was econometric simultaneous equation of double logarithm model. Data used was secondary data, 2000 – 2014, namely GDRP of Central Sulawesi, areal size of cacao, production volume of cocoa beans, prices of cocoa beans at farm level. The result of analyze showed that climate change has been impacted on productivity of cacao farm. It was indicated by coefficient of year as a proxy insignificant affect to variety of productivity of cacao farm, so it could be interpreted that the productivity to be constant.  Consequently, the productivity couldn’t push up GDRP of cocoa beans. However, GDRP of cocoa beans could still push up the macro-economy of Central Sulawesi. The macro-economy of Central Sulawesi was increasing. Thus, although climate change impacted on the productivity, but GDRP of cocoa beans could still push up the macro-economy of Central Sulawesi.  It means that management of pest and disease of cacao farm in a prototype to be important performed.   Key Words: Cocoa beans commodity, impact of climate change, macro-economy of Central Sulawesi.
POTENTIALLY COMPETITIVENESS OF CASSAVA COMMODITY IN INTERNASIONAL TRADE:A CASE OF CENTRAL SULAWESI ECONOMY kalaba, Yulianti; yuni, sisfah; Howara, Dafina; Muis, Abdul; Yantu, Marwan
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Cassava commodity has strong linkages with other industries. This is indicated by coefficient of its multiplier effect being greater than one. That means that investment of IDR 1 billion for the commodity will affect total economic activity of Central Sulawesi as big as the coefficient. The aim of this study is to estimate potentially competitiveness of cassava commodity of Central Sulawesi in international trade. In particular, the aim of this study is to estimate (i) potentially competitive advantage of cassava commodity; (ii) potentially comparative advantage of cassava commodity; (iii) level of governmental protection to price of tradable input for cassava; (iv) level of governmental protection to cassava outputs; and (v) level of simultaneously protection to cassava output sand tradable inputs for cassava. PAM method was used by using time series data of during 2000 – 2013 from BPS and FAO. The results of analysis shows that cassava commodity from Central Sulawesi has potentially competitiveness in international trade. This is showed by (i) potentially competitive advantage was indicated by PCR is less than one; thus cassava farm can be developed on a large scale; (ii) potentially comparative advantage was indicated by DRC is less than one; This means that in developing for cassava farm can be done by saving the resources; (iii) NPCR is equal to zero to show that government policies to tradable inputs is very protective, but actually that was caused by farmers didn’t apply fertilizers and pesticides;  thus developing for cassava farm can be done by organic farm, so cassava farm can be became as entry point in green economy of Central Sulawesi; (iv) NPCO is less than one meaning that government policies for output prices is in-protective, so cassava farmers didn’t enjoy actual prices of cassava output; and (v) EPC is less than one meaning that beside government policies for prices of cassava output is in-protective, government policies for tradable inputs is also in-protective; thus although the farmers didn’t enjoy the surplus prices, however they can pay tradable inputs being lower than actual prices of the tradable inputs.