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ANALISIS PERUBAHAN TUTUPAN LAHAN AREAL KONSESSI TAMBANG PT KALTIM PRIMA COAL Sihombing, Benteng H
AGRIFOR Vol 11, No 2 (2012): Oktober
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One way of knowing the land coverage change is through Landsat TM imagery analysis from two periods of running time.  It takes at least 2 coverage of the image data to get land cover changes.  Mine concession area of PT Kaltim Prima Coal is a product of the area functional transfer of formely the Forest Cultivation Areas (KBK) ex IUPHHK PT Porodisa Ltd. into Other Areas Use (APL) of PT Kaltim Prima Coal mine concession.  In the span of two concession, it was necessary to know whether there are changes in land cover during the transition period (the period of 10 years).  It can only be known through the analysis of land use change using Landsat TM in 2002 and 1012.  The tendency of quality of land cover change that is known through the analysis of these land cover changes and the significance of cover change, are based on information of how the historical of land cover change occurred.
ANALISIS PERMINTAAN IKAN SEGAR DI DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA Gunartiningrum, Rr. Tri
AGRIFOR Vol 10, No 1 (2011)
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ANALISIS PERMINTAAN IKAN SEGAR DI DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTADemand Analysis of fresh fish in Daerah Istimewa YogyakartaRr. Tri GunartiningrumSekolah Tinggi Ilmu Pertanian (STIPER) Kutai TimurSangatta ABSTRACTFish are the source of animal protein which are needed by human beings for their intellectual growth and development, especially for who are still in the growth period. The demand of fish is more increasing within society’s awareness to consume food with hight nutritious and protein. This research was aimed to identity: 1) factor influencing the demand of fresh fish 2) commodities which have substitution and complementary relation toward demand of fresh fish and 3) trend of fish’s demand in 2003-2007 inDaerah Istimewa Yogyakarta. The research employed basic descriptive analysis. The secondary data of time series were collected from many sources. The multiple regression was used to analyse factor that influenced demand of fresh and trend analysis was used to know trend of demand. Research results showed factors influencing demand fresh-water fish are: socienty’s income, number of household’s head, price of fresh-water fish, price of salt-water fish, price of chiken, and price of rice. Factors influencing the demand of salt-water fish were number of household’s head price of fresh-water fish, price of salt-water fish and price of chiken. Based on the trend analysis, it was found that for the next five years, the demand of fish in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta will get more increasing.Key words : Demand, Substitution, Complementary.
IDENTIFIKASI MODITI KUNCI DARI SEKTOR PERTANIAN DI PROVINSI KALIMANTAN TIMUR: PENDEKATAN INPUT-OUTPUT Zaini, Achmad
AGRIFOR Vol 2, No 3 (2004)
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IDENTIFIKASI MODITI KUNCI DARI SEKTOR PERTANIAN DI PROVINSI KALIMANTAN TIMUR: PENDEKATAN INPUT-OUTPUT 
APLIKASI ZPT NOVELGRO ALPHA DAN POC BIO SUGIH TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN BIBIT ADENIUM (Adenium obesum var. Fadia) Supriyanto, Bambang
AGRIFOR Vol 11, No 2 (2012): Oktober
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The propose of research was to know interaction between the Novelgro Alpha plant growth regulator and the Bio Sugih liquid organic fertiliser application on the growth of Adenium (Adenium obesum var. Fadia), and to find the best concentration of both Novelgro Alpha and Bio Sugih that effect the best growth of Adenium seedling.  The research conducted from July until October 2008 in the greenhouse (OECF Integrated Laboratory) of Agricultural Faculty, Mulawarman University, Samarinda.  The research was arranges in randomized completely design (RCD) in factorial which consist two factors with five replications.  The first factor was consentration of Novelgro Alpha that consist three levels, namely n0 (control), n1 (1.0  mL L-1 solution), and n2 (2.0  mL L-1 solution).  The second factor was Bio Sugih that consist three levels, namely p0 (control), p1 (1.0  mL L-1 solution) and p2 (2.0 mL L-1 solution).  Result of this research showed that interaction between Novelgro Alpha and Bio Sugih is significantly different on the plant height increment at the third, the fourth, the fifth, and the sixth two-week after treatment, the increment of leave number at the first, the fourth two-week, the fifth two-week, and the sixth two-week after treatment, the increment of stem diameter at the second, the fourth, the fifth, and the sixth two-week after treatment; the increment of leaf area and leaf thickness.  Novelgro Alpha is also significantly different on the plant height at the third, the fourth, the fifth, and the sixth two-week after treatment; the increment of stem diameter at the fourth, the fifth, and the sixth two-week after treatment; the increment of leave number, leaf area and leaf thickness.  Meanwhile, the Bio Sugih liquid organic fertilizer was significantly different on the increment of leave number at fourth and the sixth two-week after treatment.
ANALISIS SALURAN PEMASARAN DAN MARJIN PEMASARAN KELAPA DALAM DI DAERAH PERBATASAN KALIMANTAN TIMUR Jumiati, Dwidjono Hadi Darwanto, Slamet Hartono dan Masyhuri, Elly
AGRIFOR Vol 12, No 1 (2013): Maret
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This study aims to analyze the efficiency of marketing channels and marketing margins in the coconut. The method used is descriptive and analytical methods margin, distribution margins and share price received by farmers as well as the ratio of benefits and costs in the oil marketing. The results indicated that there were two oil marketing channels in the research sites, namely the channel I: farmer traders village/district – middlemen between districts/cities – consumer: and marketing channels II: farmer – traders village/district – traders collector between districts/cities – retailer – consumer where botk inefficient marketing channels and marketing of coconut in view of the value of margin, distribution margins and share price received by farmers, as well as the ratio of benefits and costs is also inefficient.
ANALISIS DAN KELAYAKAN USAHATANI CABAI MERAH DI KECAMATAN TENGGARONG SEBERANG KABUPATEN KUTAI KARTANEGARA dan Kosasih, Siti Balkis
AGRIFOR Vol 12, No 1 (2013): Maret
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The purpose of the research was to determine the red pepper farm income in Tenggarong Seberang Sub District, Kutai Kartanegara District. This research started on December 2011 until March 2012, with research location is in Tenggarong Seberang Sub District. The method that used is census method. The data needed by research are primary and secondary data. Primary data was derived from observation and interview with responder by using questionnaire which have been compiled in line wuth research. While secondary data was compiled from bibliography study and institution information which is related to research execution. The results of this research showed that: (1) Based on the survey result to 30 respondent obtained red pepper production to one season is 2.990,67 kg-1 mt-1 at the price of selling Rp 12.000 kg-1; (2) Total revenue farmers was Rp. 23.625.501,59 mt-1 ha-1 respondent-1 and total income from red pepper farming is Rp. 18.730.791,23 mt-1ha-1 respondent-1; and (3) Value of R/C ratio was 4,83 meaning that the cultivated red pepper farm is already profitable then planting a tomato can for resumes.
STUDY KINERJA KOMODITAS KELAPA SAWIT DI KALIMANTAN TIMUR Fatah, Abdul
AGRIFOR Vol 12, No 2 (2013): Oktober
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Oil palm development has been recognized in the province of East Kalimantan very rapidly in recent decades.  Although nationwide, Indonesia has been known as a the worlds largest producer of crude palm oil, but its productivity is still very low when compared to Malaysia.  By considering the availability of land and favorable climate, Indonesia remains a great opportunity to increase the productivity of oil palm.  Moreover, with the government policies continue to be improved (including vision 36:25), it is expected to accelerate the development of upstream and downstream sectors of the oil palm.  This study aims to determine the achievement level of productivity of oil palm in East Kalimantan Province and positioning these achievements at regional and national level.   Research carried out for about five months in the province of East Kalimantan.  This study is a combination of a literature review with observations directly to the field.  The data collected were analyzed descriptively, then compared the achievements of East Kalimantan against other provinces in Kalimantan and Sumetera, and look at the performance of East Kalimantan oil palm on national level.  The results revealed that the total area of oil palm plantations in East Kalimantan by July 2013 has reached 1,002,284 hectares, with a production of 6,538,743 tonnes of FFB and CPO 1,438,523 tons, as well as the productivity of 13.24 tonnes FFB/ha/year and CPO yield 21.70%.  Position of oil palm performance achievements of East Kalimantan province on Kalimantan regional level for the planting area still under the Central Kalimantan province and West Kalimantan.  For CPO yield performance still under West Kalimantan but above the South Kalimantan.  Compared to Sumetera, achievements palm plantation acreage is still below the three provinces, but already above the other seven provinces.  For CPO yield performance, still under the three provinces in Sumetera.  Position of oil palm acreage achievement on national level accounted for about 7.56% of the total area of oil palm plantations nationwide, but in term of performance for productivity is still far below the national vision.
EFEK PENGGUNAAN PUPUK DAUN BAYFOLAN DAN PUPUK SP-36 TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN DAN HASIL TANAMAN MELON (Cucumis melo L.) VARIETAS ACTION 434 ., Hamidah
AGRIFOR Vol 12, No 2 (2013): Oktober
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Research purposes to determine the effect of foliar fertilizer and manure Bayfolan SP-36 on the growth and yield of melon. The experiment was conducted in the village of Muang Benanga In Lempake Village District North Samarinda, East Kalimantan, for 5 months starting from January to May 2011. The experiment was conducted in a randomized block design (RBD) with a 4x4 factorial experiment was repeated 3 times. The first factor is Bayfolan leaf manure (B) consisting of 4 levels of concentration, ie B0 (without fertilization), B1 (1.5 ml / L of water), B2 (3 ml / L of water). While the second factor is the SP-36 (S) consisting of 4 dose levels, ie S0 (without fertilization), S1 (450 Kg / Ha), S2 (900 Kg / Ha), S3 (1350 Kg / ha). Results of analysis of variance showed that the influence of leaf manure Bayfolan (B) was not significantly different for plant height ages 2 and 4 weeks after planting, the number of leaf age 2 weeks after planting, age of the plant during flowering, fruit weight and yield fruit crop per hectare, but significantly different to the number of leaf age 4 weeks after planting. Most likely the number of leaves found on the treatment concentration of 3 ml / L of water. Effect of SP-36 (S) was not significantly different for plant height ages 2 and 4 weeks after planting, the number of leaf age 2 and 4 weeks after planting, planting fruit weight, fruit set per hectare, but significantly different to the age of the plant during flowering. Fastest time of flowering plant age at treatment doses are 900 Kg / Ha. Interaction effect between leaf manure and fertilizer Bayfolan SP-36 does not give a real difference.
POTENSI PRODUKSI DAN PROSPEK PENGEMBANGAN TANAMAN AREN (Arenga pinnata MERR) DI KALIMANTAN TIMUR Mariati, Rita
AGRIFOR Vol 12, No 2 (2013): Oktober
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This study aimed to determine  1) the potential production of aren plant in Kalimantan Timur, (2) the development prospects  and processing industries  aren in Kalimantan Timur. The research was conducted  in the district of Kutai  Kartanegara, Kutai Barat,  and Kutai Timur. Data were collected on primary and secondary data. Sampling methods  purposive sampling  to farmers / producers of aren and a key information as many as 15 people. Data analysis was descriptive statistical analysis, and  SWOT analysis. The results showed that the aren plant in Kalimantan Timur spread over 7 districts  of  Kutai  Timur, Kutai Kartanegara, Kutai Barat, Samarinda, Penajam Paser Utara, Paser, and Bontang.  Counties with the largest aren plantation area is an area of Kutai Barat District 495 ha. Kutai Kartanegara regency area of 363 ha and the Kutai  Timur Regency area of 250 ha.  The districts largest producer of aren plantation in 2011 was as much of Kutai Timur Regency 76.62% of the total production of the aren plantation in Kalimantan Timur aren processing made by farmers / producers of aren in Kalimantan Timur are still confined to the traditional aren processing into brown sugar.  While processing aren into arenga palm sugar  and bioethanol  confined to trials. Effort is made by processing techniques and simple business management and packaging using banana leaf, mahang leaf, and plastic. Based on the SWOT analysis of the brown sugar  development strategies in Kalimantan Timur with 1 . Strategy is to turn around a. conduct intensive palm cultivation with improved varieties ; b. Provide access to capital for farmers / producer ; c . provide business management training ; d.Transfer technology palm cultivation and processing of the results of existing research . 2 . Devenif strategy is to : a. product diversification and modification of packaging ; b expand marketing network ; c. formed a joint venture group that fostered the related department . Model development is suggested to form a partnership with business groups
ANALISIS FINANSIAL USAHATANI CABAI MERAH SKALA PETANI DI KOTA SAMARINDA (STUDI KASUS DI KELURAHAN LEMPAKE SAMARINDA) Hidayah, Abdul Kholik
AGRIFOR Vol 13, No 1 (2014): Maret
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The study was conducted for three months, from December 2012 to February 2013 at Lempake urban village, North Samarinda sub district of Samarinda City that is known as a center of curly red chili production.  Object of research are farmers managing curly red chili farming in the 2012 rainy season at the study area.This study used a survey method, that meaned it takes most of the respondents samples from the existing population.  Based on the observation of 285 farmers are determined to take as many as 30 farmers as respondents. Methods of data retrieval are implemented using a combination of methods: observation, interviews, literature review, and documentation studies by using structured questionnaire as major tool.  The data analysis technique used in this study include: (1) R/C ratio to calculate the level of efficiency, (2) Break Even Point (BEP) to test the profit or loss, (3) Return on Investment Method to test the efficiency of the use of farm capital, (4) Payback Period method to test the payback curly red chili capital farming used.The results showed that: 1. The amount of the total cost of the average production of farm curly red chili per growing season of Rp 11,328,317,- or Rp. 28,320,793,- per hectare, while the average income for price at the level of 15,000,- per kilogram per acreage of Rp.27,025,000,- or equals to Rp.67,562,500,- per hectare.  2. The results of the financial analysis showed that curly red chili farming feasible to be developed, with an average value: (a). income of Rp. 15,696,683,- (acreage) and Rp.39,241,707,- (ha), (b) R/C ratio of 2.39, (c). BEP production volume as much as 755.22 kg (acreage) and 1,888.05 kg (ha), (d). BEP production price of Rp.6276.08,- per kilogram; (e). ROI of 138.56%, and (f). payback period of 1.68 during the growing season.  3. The results of both analyzes sensitititas to rising production cost price inflation (6% and 9%) and decrease the production price of unity (Rp.8.000,- and Rp.12.000,-) indicates that the curly red chili farming feasible to be developed at the study area.

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