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KONSTRUKSI SOSIAL DALAM REALITAS SOSIAL Ngangi, Charles R.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 7, No 2 (2011)
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Social institutions are studied by social constructions include religion, family, marriage, gender,"sick" psychological etc. From the perspective of social construction, it can be explained that it is impossiblefor someone to remove the phenomenon occurs in the community, and a process of internalizationmay be able to give an influence to someone.The ability in determining the weight or lightness of the existence of nature of the characteristics andphenomena that exist with the externalization process itself will form an objective reality. In this processone can put himself into the intersubjective world view. Where in the view of a world that can produce aprocess is objectivity on a process of meaningful subjective.
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN USAHATANI BUNGA POTONG (Studi Kasus Petani Bunga Krisan Putih di Kelurahan Kakaskasen Dua Kecamatan Tomohon Utara Kota Tomohon) Pangemanan, L.; Kapantow, G.; Watung, M.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 7, No 2 (2011)
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The study entitled "Income Analysis of Cut Flowers Farming (case study of White Chrysanthemumflower farmers at village of Kakaskasen Two, disctrict of North Tomohon)" was conducted to determinehow much farmers’ income from White Chrysanthemum flower farming in village of Kakaskasen Two,disctrict of North Tomohon and is expected to provide information to farmers about the number of farmers'income from White Chrysanthemum flower farming .The study lasted from October 2010 until December 2010 starting from data collecting up to preparationof the report. Areas of research conducted in the village of Kakaskasen Two, district of North Tomohon.The retrieved data are primary and secondary data. Primary data were obtained from 20 respondentsof White Chrysanthemum flower farmers, which is taken directly appoint (purposive sampling) and secondarydata obtained from the office of village of Kakaskasen Two. Income is calculated using the revenueanalysis. This analysis can also determine the level of farming efficiency which is calculated by dividingthe revenues and costs.Advantage of White Chrysanthemum flower farming compared to other farming is the use of land thatis not too large, on a narrow land, White Chrysanthemums flower can be developed. Other advantagescompared to other cut flowers is that White Chrysanthemum flower resistant to dust volcanic Mount Lokon.Chrysanthemum cultivation activities in the village of Kakaskasen Two is the main income source forfarmers to meet the needs of family farmers. This research shows that farmers’ income derived fromfarming of White Chrysanthemum flower is Rp11,132,146 by the efficiency is 4.43. In other words, farmingof White Chrysanthemum flower is profitable for farmers.
PENENTUAN HARGA POKOK BERAS DI KECAMATAN KOTAMOBAGU TIMUR KOTA KOTAMOBAGU Mandei, Juliana R.; Katiandagho, Theodora; Ngangi, Charles R.; Iskandar, Jilly N.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 7, No 2 (2011)
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The research with the title "Determination of Floor Price of Rice in the Eastern District Kotamobagu,Kotamobagu City" was designed to determine the base price of rice in the district east of the city KotamobaguKotamobagu, and compare the prices of goods sold at market prices and government purchase price(HPP). This research was conducted from November to December 2010. Data obtained from primary andsecondary data. Primary data obtained from direct interviews using a questionnaire to farmers, and primarydata obtained from the relevant agencies. Determining the location of intentional (purposive sampling)where a small village and village Kobo Moyag chosen because it is the biggest rice producing region inthe Eastern District Kotamobagu. The samples were farmers conducted by simple random sampling.Analysis of the data used is the method of Full Costing by summing the total component cost.The results showed that the size of the average floor price in District of East Kotamobagu isRp4961.56 per kilogram. The average floor price of rice in Sub Moyag higher than Kobo Small Village.
PENDAPATAN USAHATANI KACANG TANAH DI DESA KANONANG II KECAMATAN KAWANGKOAN Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Porajouw, Oktavianus; Mirah, Rizky
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 7, No 2 (2011)
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The aim of this study is to determine the income of peanut’s farm in The Second Kanonang Villageat Kawangkoan District. Primary and seconndary data are used and analyzed by making use ofdescriptive analysis and R/C ratio. Results of this study indicates that: (1) the average revenue of peanutfarmers is Rp6.053.800 and the average cost of Rp 3.182.577 so that the average income received byfarmers is Rp 2.871.223 per one time of planting, and (2) the R/C ratio (1.90) is greater than one, showedthat the average income received by farmers is relatively favorable.
VALUASI EKONOMI SUMBERDAYA HUTAN MANGROVE DI DESA PALAES KECAMATAN LIKUPANG BARAT KABUPATEN MINAHASA UTARA Suzana, Benu Olfie L.; Timban, Jean; Kaunang, Rine; Ahmad, Fandi
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 7, No 2 (2011)
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The purpose of this study to determine the economics value of mangrove forest ecosystems, as well asits contribution to society in the region of mangrove research sites in the Palaes Village, District of WestLikupang, North Minahasa regency. In this research, using primary and secondary data. The variablesmeasured were the direct benefit of the value generated from direct utilization of mangrove forests such asthe potential for wood (timber and firewood), palm leaves craftsmen , catching fish, shrimp and crab(Rp/year). The value of benefits Indirect value resulting from the utilization of mangrove forest indirectlynamed as breaking waves (break water) (Rp/year). Value of benefit options, namely the economic valuederived from potential direct or indirect utilization of a resource / ecosystem in the future the value ofBiodiversity (Rp/year).Based on INP calculation to determine the existence of a species in a community under study, obtainedPalaes Village mangrove forest dominated by Rhizophora at 109,499. INP data from other speciesin a row on the kind of Brugiera of 58,088, amounting to 57,492 Ceriops species, Xilocarpus of 41,491,20,860 species of Sonneratia and Avicennia species amounted to 12,860.Based on the calculations found that the benefits obtained if mangrove forests are maintained atRp10,888,218,123,/year, calculated from the sum of the direct benefits other than timber potential, indirectbenefits and benefits options. Meanwhile, if the potential for exploitation of timber obtained a profit ofRp273,617,273/year. It can be concluded that if the mangrove forest is maintained, then the benefits will39.8 times greater than exploiting the natural resources of mangrove forests Palaes Village.By considering the total economic value derived from the mangrove forest ecosystem in Palaes Village,it has the benefits of mangrove forest and an important functions as economic resources and ecologicalresources for the life of the people who are around him. Therefore, the presence of (physical condition)of mangrove forest ecosystems must be maintained as an asset development, be it by local communitiesand other parties such as government, private sector, researchers and LSM, so that development activitiescan work well and the availability of mangrove forest resources remain secure.
KAJIAN PENGELOLAAN USAHATANI KELAPA DI DESA TOLOMBUKAN KECAMATAN PASAN KABUPATEN MINAHASA TENGGARA Ruauw, Eyverson; Baroleh, Jenny; Powa, Devison
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 7, No 2 (2011)
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This study aims to assess the management of coconut farms in village of Tolombukan district of Pasanmainly include land area, production, revenue, and marketing. The results could be input materials andinformation for farmers in increasing production and income of coconut farmers in of Tolombukan districtPasan.The research was carried on in the of Tolombukan district of Pasan which lasted from June 2010 untilAugust 2010. Data taken in this study are primary data that was obtained through interviews to farmersbased on a list of questions and secondary data obtained from agencies - agencies. Sampling method usedin this study is simple random sampling method with a sample size of 20 farmer respondents. Data is presentedin tables and is explained descriptively. The data are mainly in the form of costs, income, and revenue.Results showed that coconut farmers harvest pass once in 3 months so that in one year there are 4times the harvest with an average area of 1.59 ha. The other results of thisr studies are outlined below.The results of the average oil production in the village of Tolombukan district of Pasan of 2375.9 kg ofcopra per year with an average income of Rp4.891.948, 78 per year. In addition to plant coconut, farmersalso planted cloves between the coconut that provide an income of Rp11.734.695, 84 per two years orRp5.867.000 per year. The product of copra and cloves sold at traders in the village Tolombukan own.
EFISIENSI PENGGUNAAN FAKTOR PRODUKSI PADA USAHATANI JAGUNG DI KECAMATAN REMBOKEN KABUPATEN MINAHASA (Studi Perbandingan Peserta dan Bukan Peserta Sekolah Lapang Pengelolaan Tanaman Terpadu) Pakasi, Carolina B.D.; Pangemanan, L.; Mandei, Juliana R.; Rompas, Nineteen N.I.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 7, No 2 (2011)
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The study was designed to analyze the efficiency of production factors between the program and whodo not follow SLPTT program. This study starts from November to December 2010. Data obtained fromprimary and secondary data. Primary data obtained from interviews using a questionnaire to cosumers.Sampling was done by using the method of Sampling Cluster, specifically 3 farmers groups program participantsSLPTT and 3 farmers group who are not participants SLPTT program. The analytical tool used is regressionanalysis Cobb-Douglas model using the program Minitab 15.Results showed that technically, the efficient use of production factors of land, urea fertilizer, seed, laborand herbicides by farmers SLPTT participants and not participants are the same. unless the use of fertilizersponska. Land use has not been efficient because of the percentage increase in corn production is higherthan the percentage increase in land (Ep> 1), the use of urea fertilizer and seed are efficient (0 <Ep <1)while the use of production factors labor and herbicides are not efficient because the additional factor ofproduction will reduce the production of maize (Ep <0). The use of factors of production of fertilizers byfarmers participating ponska SLPTT already efficient while the use of fertilizer by farmers rather than participantsSLPTT inefficient.Economically, the efficient use of production factors by both participants and non-participant farmersSLPTT is the same except for the use of fertilizers ponska. The use of production factors land, urea fertilizer,and seed has not been efficient, while the use of production factors labor and herbicides are not efficient.The use of factors of production of fertilizers by farmers participating Phonska SLPTT has not been efficientwhile the use of factors of production by non-participant farmers SLPTT inefficient.
ANALISIS DAYA DUKUNG LAHAN PERTANIAN Moniaga, Vicky R. B.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 7, No 2 (2011)
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Analysis of the carrying capacity of agricultural land is an analysis to determine the carrying capacityof land to the caloric needs of the population. Analysis of the carrying capacity of agricultural land canalso find out whether an area has or has not food self-sufficiency based on caloric needs of the population.The implication of this analysis is that it can find the optimal population that can be supported by existingagricultural land. From this analysis it can be seen that the area of crops and agricultural productivity aretwo factors that can increase the carrying capacity of agricultural land.
MARGIN PEMASARAN BUAH SALAK DI DESA PANGU DUA KECAMATAN RATAHAN TIMUR KABUPATEN MINAHASA TENGGARA Pangkey, Regina .,; Talumingan, Celcius .,; Tarore, Melissa Lady G.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 14, No 3 (2018)
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This study aims to determine the pattern of marketing, calculate the amount of costs, margins and marketing benefits and farmer's share in Pangu Dua Village, which was held from June to August 2018. The dataused in this study are primary and secondary data. Primary data is data obtained by submitting a list of questions to farmers 10 respondents, collecting traders 5 respondents, retailers 3 respondents in Pangu Dua Village. While secondary data was obtained from Pangu Dua Village Office, and the internet. Data analysis in this study uses marketing channel analysis and marketing margin analysis. The results of the study show that there are four forms of marketing channels in Pangu Dua Village. Marketing channel I consists of farmers and consumers; marketing channel II consists of farmers, retailers, consumers; marketing channel III consists of farmers, collectors, supermarkets retailers and consumers; marketing channel IV consists of farmers, collectors and wholesalers between islands. Marketing channel III has the highest value, namely the cost of Rp. 345 per kilogram, margin of Rp. 11,000 per kilogram, and profit of Rp. 10,655 per kilogram. The highest portion received by farmers (farmer’s share) on marketing channel I is 100 percent. This research support the result of previous study by Kaparang's 2015 that the greater the marketing margin, the smaller the portion received by farmers, on the contrary the smaller the marketing margin the greater the portion received by farmers, can be accepted in this study.*jnkd+eprm*
PERAN KELOMPOK TANI TERHADAP ANGGOTA KELOMPOK TANI KELELONDEI INDAH DI DESA AMPRENG KECAMATAN LANGOWAN BARAT Palar, Romario Hevrain; Ngangi, Charles Reijaaldo; Susana, Benu Olfie Liesje
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 15, No 1 (2019)
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This study aims to determine the role of farmer groups on members of the Kelelondei Indah Farmers Group in Ampreng Village, Langowan Barat District, Minahasa Regency. This research was conducted for 3 months from October to December 2018. The data used in this study were primary and secondary data. Primary data collection through direct interviews to 20 respondents based on questionnaires that have been prepared previously. Secondary data was obtained from the Ampreng Village office and from google searching to get relevant theses. The results showed that the role of farmer groups on members of the Kelelondei Indah Farmers Group was generally good because of the 9 roles there were 7 roles categorized as good. They are increasing productivity to increase income, developing self-sufficiency in farming, teaching and learning containers for members, cooperating in facing threats among fellow farmers, achieving economies of scale together in terms of quality, a place to strengthen farmer cooperation, develop farming business carried out by members of farmer groups. While there are 2 roles categorized as not good, namely a place to strengthen cooperation between farmer groups and other parties, and develop farming business which is carried out together as a group business entity. *eprm*

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