Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Sustainable Agricultural Socio-economics, Agribusiness, and Rural Development (ICSASARD 2021)

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The Analysis of Insurance Agriculture Performance and the Risk of Risk Farming in Java

Widhi Netraning Pertiwi, Jangkung Mulyo, Any Suryantini, Masyhuri
The aims of this research are; (1) to determine the level of risk production and cost risk in rice farming. And (2) to find out the factors effects of the risk rice farming in Java. The research locations are in three provinces, Central Java, East Java and West Java Provinces. Each province are represented...
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Price Asymmetric Evaluation on the Cocoa Market as an Effort to Increase Economic and Bargaining Position of Cocoa Farmers in Pidie, Aceh

Zakiah Zakiah, Monalisa Monalisa, Ahmad Humam Hamid, Fauzan Fauzan, Ade Ratna Juniar
The price transmission process on agricultural commodities especially at the smallholder level generally occurs imperfectly as price asymmetric. This study aims to evaluate and identify the occurrence of price asymmetric in the cocoa commodity market in the Pidie Regency. This study also aims to look...
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The Importance of Socio-Economic Factors and Climate Constraints on Farmers’ Preference for Using Ciherang

Diah Arina Fahmi, Irham, Lestari Rahayu Waluyati
Ciherang is a High Yielding Variety (HYV) of Rice produced by the Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development Agency since 2000. Ciherang, as an agricultural technology innovation, is still used by most farmers in various regions in Indonesia, especially South Sulawesi as one of the national...
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The Role of Agricultural Extension Workers in Urban Agriculture Development During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Yogyakarta City, Indonesia

Retno Wulandari, Roso Witjaksono, Ratih Ineke Wati
To support urban agricultural development, the role of an extension worker is needed, where this role is needed to build farmer attitudes and participation towards, especially during the Covid 19 pandemic. The aims of this study were to describe urban agricultural activities carried out by farmers and...
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Pattern of Cassava Demand as the Promising Commodity in the Future

Fachrur Rozi, Ruly Krisdiana, Imam Sutrisno
The efforts have been made to prevent potential future food shortages caused by climate change. Climate change is important factor endangering sustainable food production. The local resources such as cassava are not currently considered as the main staple food. In addition, its production is not significantly...
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Assessing Multidimensional Resilience of Smallholder Plantations in Bengkulu Province, Indonesia

Apri Andani, Irham, Jamhari, Any Suryantini
The resilience of smallholder plantations implies the ability of farmers to thrive in disturbances or disruptions on their farms. The farmers try to integrate social and economic capacities and resources to adapt, tolerate, and manage the risk, and enhance their farm resilience. There are three priority...
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Response and Feasibility of Kub Chicken on Household Business Level in Rural Area Sigi District

Heni SP Rahayu, M Takdir, Asnidar, Mardiana Dewi, Naufal M Rameda, Pujo Haryono
The Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD) already launched many technology innovations including Kampung Unggul Balitbangtan (KUB) which is disseminated in some programs in the Ministry of Agriculture. The success of an innovation is whether the product or technology innovation...
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Export Competitiveness of Indonesia Canned Pineapple in European Union Market

Annisa Wijarani Untoro, Lestari Rahayu Waluyati, Dwidjono Hadi Darwanto
Canned pineapple is one of the main exported commodities for Indonesia processed agricultural products. Moreover, Indonesia is one of the leading exporters of canned pineapples alongside Thailand and the Philippines. The European Union (EU) is an important destination market for Indonesia where canned...
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The Implementation of Farmer Partnership and the Factors Affecting Potato Farmers’ Income in Ijen District, Bondowoso

Tiyas Anggraeni Juliawati, Soetriono, Joni Murti. M. Aji
Potatoes are one of the horticultural commodities that can be the national alternative food needs, but price is a problem faced by potato farmers. Then the researcher tries to find the solution to this problem by using farmer partnership. The purposes of these studies were, (1) analyze whether there...
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Assessing the Appropriate Technology Options on Utilizing Oil Palm Biomass for Rural Development in Riau Province

Zulfi Prima Sani Nasution, Rizki Amalia, Ratnawati Nurkhoiry, Sachnaz Desta Oktarina, Muhammad Ansori Nasution
Oil palm cultivation by smallholders is an agriculture sub-sector that urgently requires transformative changes to support rural development in Indonesia. A transformation of this sub-sector requires the adoption of new and innovative approaches that support sustainable outcomes. This paper presents...
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Profitability and Land Equivalent Ratio of Maize and Soybean Intercropping on Dryland Agroecosystem

Ria Rustiana, Taslim Sjah, Lalu Wiresapta Karyadi, Anas Zaini, Ahmad Suriadi
The provision of sufficient and sustainable food continues to increase as the population increases. A strategic effort to increase land productivity is the intercropping planting system. However, to what extent the profitability and land efficiency of the intercropping system, especially maize and soybeans...
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Training Need Analysis Model at Central Java Agricultural Training Center

Nugroho Hasan, Widiyanto Widiyanto, Agung Wibowo
The training need analysis model is a strategy in the process of gathering information about needs that can be addressed by organizing training programs. This research aims to find out the training needs analysis model in the Central Java Agricultural Training Center. This research employed a descriptive...
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Development of Environmentally and Economically Patchouli Cultivation Using System Dynamic Analysis in Aceh Jaya Regency, Indonesia

Sofia Keumalasari, Anisa Nabila, Cut Intan Maulina, Ahmad Humam, Indra, Agus Nugroho
Patchouli oil is one of the Indonesian essential commodities accounting for approximately 95 % of the world market. Patchouli farming requires generous support of inputs. This situation puts traditional Patchouli farmers in a dilemma between boosting the quantity or protecting the environment. This study...
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Development of a Language Tourism Village Based on Local Natural Resources and the Local Community (A Case Study in Karanganyar Regency, Central Java, Indonesia)

Agung Wibowo, Dimas Rahadian Aji Muhammad, Eny Lestari, Ravik Karsidi
Human beings and the environment are a dynamic part of the ecosystem, and this is true for both traditional and modern communities. The boom in tourism development will have a detrimental effect if it is not based on ecological principles. The purpose of this research is to discover a development model...
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Social Cultural Dynamics in the Development of a Banana Center Leading to Sustainable Agricultural Development

(A Case Study in Karanganyar Regency, Central Java)

Eny Lestari, Agung Wibowo, Paramita Rahayu
The approach to sustainable development is essentially an activity that combines economic, social, and environmental aspects. The development of a banana plantation in Jenawi has until now not been optimal, and farmers have needed skills in cultivation, processing, and marketing their produce in order...
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Existence Capacity of Rays Fisheries for Fisheries Resources Management in East Nusa Tenggara Province

Dati Nawastuti, Dwidjono Hadi Darwanto, Jangkung Handoyo Mulyo, Suadi
Rays fishery products in the international market especially luxury products, medicine, and tonic during the last decades are quite high. Government has issued regulations to protect, to use and to trade this species but it needs understanding from all stakeholders for good application of the issued...
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Comparative Advantage Analysis of Indonesia’s Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) Export in International Market

Ayunina Zenti, Ratna Satriani, Adwi Herry K.E
The plantation sub-sector has a role in the national economy. Clove is one of the leading commodities of the plantation sub-sector, so Indonesia has the potential as an exporter country of this commodity. This study aims to analyze whether Indonesian cloves have a comparative advantage in the international...
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Economic Efficiency of Rice in South Lampung Regency

Aryan Ari Sepri YH, Masyhuri, Lestari Rahayu Waluyati
This study aims to determine the factors that affect rice production and determine the level of economic efficiency of rice farming. The research was conducted in Taman Agung Village, Kalianda Sub-District and Sidorejo Village, Sidomulyo Sub-District, South Lampung Regency with 85 farmers as respondents....
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Comparative Advantage of Myanmar’s Selected Fruits in the Global Market

Saw Yan Naing, Masyhuri, Dwidjono Hadi Darwanto
The objective of the paper is to measure the comparative advantages of Myanmar’s selected fruits, namely bananas, dates, mangoes, oranges, plums and watermelon using the United Nations Comtrade yearly data during the period 2011 to 2020. The methods of Balassa revealed comparative advantage (RCA), symmetrical...
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Comparative Advantage, Technical Efficiency and Risks Production of Inpari Unsoed 79 Agritan Farms in Saline Soil, Pemalang Regency

Altri Mulyani, Irene Kartika Eka Wijayanti, Ratna Satriani, Budi Dharmawan
One of the efforts to increase rice production is using marginal land, such as saline soil. The advantages of Inpari Unsoed 79 Agritan seeds are tolerance of saline soil, leafhoppers, and high productivity. This study aims to: Analyze the comparative advantage of Inpari Unsoed 79 Agritan on saline soil,...
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The Identification of Local Wisdom in Lebak Swampland Management (Shallow and Middle Type) and Its Relation on Rice Farmers’ Household Income in Ogan Ilir Regency

Eka Mulyana, Indri Januarti, Friska Syaiful, Dini Damayanthy
Lebak Swampland is a sub-optimal land that has potentially been used by the community as an integrated agricultural land, generally located in basin areas, forming in various depths and durations of inundation, so that it requires different management techniques. In its management, lebak swampland is...
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Sustainable Livelihoods of Indigenous Community: A Bibliometric Study

Muh. Syukron
Literature has shown the significance of sustainable livelihoods for community development to reduce poverty, address sustainable development goals, and increase well-being. However, indigenous people face threats to their identity, livelihoods, and sustainability. Nevertheless, little attention has...
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Labor Productivity and Its Managerial Implications at XYZ Tea Processing Company, Indonesia

Azizatun Nurhayati, Putri Perdana
As one of the business units of A-University, XYZ should be managed based on appropriate managerial principles and apply Smart Eco Bioproduction. This study was conducted to understand the workload and managerial implications needed to increase employee productivity. The method used in this study is...
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Development Model of Business in Local Food Processed in Women Farmers Group “An-Naba” in Gamping Sub-District, Sleman District

Mesalia Kriska, Syarifah Alfi Nurumami, Alka Arisma
The development of local food processed businesses has been widely carried out in the Special Region of Yogyakarta, but not all are managed in groups. One of the groups that developed this industry is the Women Farmers Group (KWT) “An-Naba” in Sleman Regency. This group has received several awards in...
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Consumer Preference Towards Layer Chicken Eggs and Native Chicken Eggs in Yogyakarta

Fildzah Shabrina Putri, Any Suryantini, Jangkung Handoyo Mulyo
Protein needs in the body can be met by consuming chicken eggs. Native chicken eggs were the first to be consumed and produced in Indonesia, but layer chicken eggs are more widely consumed and produced than native chicken eggs. The study aimed to determine consumer attitudes and consumer preferences...
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Household Poverty Analysis of Local Farmers and Transmigrants in Gorontalo District

Amelia Murtisari, Irham Irham, Jangkung Handoyo Mulyo, Lestari Rahayu Waluyati
Transmigration program is normally used to improve the welfare and reduce poverty of transmigrants which consist of both Local and Non Local Transmigrants. The objectives of this study are 1) to measure the poverty level of local farmers households and transmigrant farmers households based on their household...
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Paddy Supply Response in Sleman Regency

Adi Britanianto, Lestari Rahayu Waluyati, Azizatun Nurhayati
This research aims to identify and analyze the variables that affect the paddy supply response in Sleman Regency and determine the level of elasticity of paddy supply in Sleman Regency. This research used a descriptive method with Nerlove adjustment. The research location was chosen purposively in Sleman...
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Strengthening Community Economics on the Slopes of Merapi through Innovation in Merapi Coffee Management as a Regional Potential of Sleman Regency

Dyah Permata Budi Asri, Edy Sriyono, Subeni
Merapi Coffee is a superior product of local potential in Sleman Regency because it attracts domestic and foreign tourists. This can also be seen from the great demand for this Merapi Coffee product, especially after the Helsinki Coffee Festival exhibition, which has been participated in by the Sleman...
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Implementation of Role Playing’s Learning Model on the Agribusiness’ Entrepreneurship Course Using Brainwave Technology

Budi Dharmawan, Anisur Rosyad, Alpha Nadeira Mandamdari, Lutfi Zulkifli, Sunendar, Lusia Maryani Silitonga
Before learning occurs, the lecturer must do strategic planning and hopes that learning will achieve optimum goals by designing a role-playing approach based on SWOT analysis to build optimal learning achievement. This experimental study uses SWOT analysis with the role-playing paradigm of learning on...
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Increasing Livelihood Strategy of Rice Farmer by Developing New Rice Variety “Inpago Unsoed 1” in Central Java, Indonesia

Budi Dharmawan, Ratna Satriani, Ulfah Nurdiani
The livelihood approach is a popular concept for identifying the nexus between environmental and social entities. Strategies for sustainable livelihoods are usually used to achieve successful rural development related to food security, realize social equity and sensitivity to environmental integrity....
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Response of Agricultural Extension Agents in Yogyakarta Special Region Towards Social Media Application as the Agricultural Extension Media

Alia Bihrajihant Raya, Diah Fitria Widhiningsih, Mesalia Kriska
In order to improve communication effectiveness, the performance of source, message, channel, and receiver is necessary. In agricultural extension and communication, the channels become very important that the extension agent as a source can carry out the technology transfer successfully. Not only mass...
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The Sustainability of Household-based Urban Farming in Yogyakarta City

Riesma Andiani, Roso Witjaksono, Wanda Anastia Sari, Elia Mustika, Hega Deri Hernandau, Fadhila Annisa Puspadjati, Nadia Annastana, Yerman Aprilyanus Hia
Due to the quantity and quality degradation of urban land for farming activity, the Yogyakarta City Government has started to conduct studies to prove the importance of developing an urban farming program. Based on the studies, it is known that implementing urban farming in the form of a household-base...
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Sustainable Livelihood Approach Farming Communities in Temoloyo River Basin, Kebumen Regency

Nisrina Galuh Afifah, Widyawati Sumadio, Andry Rustanto
The Sustainable Livelihood Approach is a concept for measuring human or community efforts in existing livelihood assets and activities needed as a means of life to cope with and improve pressure, maintain, or increase assets and capabilities but not destroy existing natural resources. One of the sources...
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Managerial Competence Level Among Urban Farmers in Yogyakarta City

Nungki Maghdalia, Irham, Hani Perwitasari
Urban Farmers as entrepreneurs need to have managerial qualities. Managerial competencies help them to develop their farm. The aims of this study are (1) to describe the socioeconomic characteristics of urban farmers, (2) to determine personal managerial competence level such as planning, organising,...
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The Impact of Climate Variability on Economic Sustainability on Urban Agriculture: A Case Study in Yogyakarta City, Indonesia

Riskie Amanda Wahyu Primaningrum, Irham, Hani Perwitasari
The impact of climate variability on life has been widely studied. Climate variability has an impact on urban agriculture. It is suspected that the level of knowledge and the impact of climate variability would influence the sustainability of urban agriculture in the economic aspect. This study aims...
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Value Chain Analysis of Turmeric in Ponorogo District, East Java

Gusti Randy Pratama, Devi Urianty Miftahul Rohmah, Rustamaji, Hidayatun Nufus
Turmeric has a long history of use as a spice and a traditional medicine in many Asian countries, especially in Indonesia. Ponorogo District is one of the turmeric producers in East Java Province. Turmeric has been cultivated by the local community for herbal medicine and a source of income for the village...
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Empowering Quality Cococraft Craftsmen Through Strengthening Partnerships Network

Dumasari Dumasari, Budi Dharmawan, Sulistiyani Budiningsih
Empowerment through strengthening partnerships is urgent and crucial for quality cococraft craftsmen. The research location was determined using a purposive sampling area technique at a quality cococraft craft center in Purbalingga Wetan District, Purbalingga Regency, Central Java Province, Indonesia....
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Determinant Factors of the Consumption on Traditional Herbal Medicine as Processed Biopharmaceutical Products Post Covid-19 Pandemic in the Special Province of Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Arif Wahyu Widada, Gilang Wirakusuma, Aji Pangayoman
The Covid-19 pandemic has created a significant economic recession in almost all countries in the world, including Indonesia. Almost all economic sectors experienced negative growth except for the agricultural sector with positive growth. One of the agricultural commodities suspected of experiencing...
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Analysis of Paddy Production to Support Food Security in The West and East Coasts of North Sumatra

Mitra Musika Lubis, Bakti Darma, Ginting Rahmanta, dan Ayu Sri Fajar
This study aims to analyze rice production in the last 10 years (2010 – 2019) to support food security in the west and east coasts of North Sumatra province. The research location was determined using a purposive method by analyzing the West Coast and East Coast regions. The sample area is the West Coast...
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Adoption of New Farming Technology as an Effort for Creating Food Security and Development of Barns in Rural

Livia P Faradila, Adibta D Notari, Ranny N Jati, dan Sunarru S Hariadi
The study about adoption of new farming technology as an effort for creating food security and development of barns in rural, conducted in three places, they are in 1) Gempol Village, Karanganom Sub-district, Klaten Regency, 2) Pendowoharjo Village, Sewon sub-district, Bantul Regency, and 3) Canden Village,...
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Economic Sustainability of Certified Rice Farming at Piat UGM

Fatkhiyah Rohmah, Hani Perwitasari, Triya Andriyani
Rice productivity can be increased by using certified rice seeds, but the availability is still an obstacle for farmers, especially from information and prices. Therefore, The Center for Agrotechnology Innovation, Universitas Gadjah Mada (PIAT UGM) develops certified rice seeds so that the supply of...
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Can Indonesian Biopharmaceutical Plant Grab a Chance in Global Market?

Ginger Trade Revisited

Gilang Wirakusuma
Biopharmaceutical plants have shown remarkable expansion since the outbreak of COVID-19. Ginger, one of the leading biopharmaceutical crops, grows rapidly in transactions in the global market. Among many countries, Indonesia has consistently been one of the world’s main suppliers of the ginger. This...
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Socio Economic Factors Affecting Adoption and Non-Adoption of Modern Hive in Stingless Beekeeping Practices in Malaysia

Norhidayah Che Soh, Marlia Musa, Mohd Mansor Ismail
The study aims to investigate the socio-economic factors affecting the adoption of modern hives in stingless beekeeping in Malaysia. A total of 117 stingless beekeepers were selected as respondents using purposive sampling technique. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistic, factor analysis...