AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI

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ISSN / EISSN : 1907-4298 / 2685-063X
Published by: Universitas Sam Ratulangi (10.35791)
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Riko Rudolf Ratu, Paulus A. Pangemanan, Theodora M. Katiandagho
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 349-356; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33848

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This study aims to determine determine the amount of corn farming income and whether corn farming is feasible to be cultivated by corn farmers in Poopo Village, Modoinding District, South Minahasa Regency. This research was conducted from December 2019 to February 2020. The data used are primary data obtained through interviews with 30 (thirty) respondents of scallion farmers. The method used in this research uses descriptive quantitative and is presented in tabular form. The data analyzed included: income analysis and contribution analysis. The results showed that The average income of corn farmers in Poopo Village, East Passi Subdistrict, is Rp 2.786,363,89 / farmer and Rp 2.604,078,40 / ha, with an R / C value generated per farmer of 1.06. The value of R / C ratio produced is more than one, indicating that maize farming in Poopo Village, Passi Timur District, Bolaang Mongondow Regency is profitable and feasible to operate.
Rivaldy Angelo Karundeng, Gene Henfried Meyer Kapantow, Theodora M. Katiandagho
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 373-378; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33892

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This study aims to determine the income of horticultural traders in Tanawangko Market, Borgo Village, Tombariri District, Minahasa Regency during the Covid-19 pandemic. This research was conducted for two months, namely in October and November 2020. The method used in this study was a survey method by taking primary data and secondary data. The data analysis used in this research is descriptive analysis which is presented in tabular form. The results of research, total revenue of Rp. 2,909,750 while the total cost of Rp. 2,097,450 consisting of business capital and market retribution costs. The profit of Tanawangko market traders during the Covid 19 pandemic was an average of IDR 812,300 / week.
Merifka Rahel Ratu, O. Esri H. Laoh, Paulus A. Pangemanan
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 379-388; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33893

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The purpose of this study was to determine the cost of controlling pests and diseases in horticultural crops (potatoes, onions, cabbage) in Palelon Village, Modoinding District. This research was started from December 2019 to February 2020. The data used in this study are primary and secondary data. The method of selecting respondents was done purposively. Methods of data collection were conducted interviews guided by questionnaires that had been prepared beforehand. The method of data analysis in this study was analyzed descriptively which is presented to describe or describe the collected data using tables. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that the highest control costs incurred by farmers are maintenance costs, then weeding / land processing, and control and seeding.
Fernando P Londong, Fabiola B. Saroinsong, Maria Y. M. A. Sumakud
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 223-332; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33842

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This study aims to analyze the biophysical potential of the Kali Tahapan Telu Waterfall area. The research was conducted in August 2020 at Kali Tahapan Telu Waterfall, Kali Village, Pineleng District, North Sulawesi. This study uses a survey method for primary data collection, namely by conducting interviews with parties related to the management of this natural tourism area, as well as direct observation in the tourist area of Kali Tahapan Telu Waterfall and the surrounding environment on aspects of tourist attraction, accessibility, accommodation, and facilities. and tourism support infrastructure. Secondary data were obtained from existing references and agencies. Data analysis used in this study was the scoring technique. The results showed that this natural tourism area has biophysical potential which is the ability, strength of the biotic and physical environment that the area has which allows it to be developed into. The attraction for visitors to come and enjoy this tourist area is as follows. The tourist area of Kali Tahapan Telu Waterfall has 2 (two) types of fauna that are endemic to North Sulawesi and 4 (four) types of flora that characterize the North Sulawesi area. In addition, there are several good views towards the outside of the tourist attraction and an attractive good view between parts of the tourist attraction. Based on the results of the biophysical potential analysis using the scoring technique, it was found that the results of the biophysical potential of Kali Tahapan Telu Waterfall were in the medium category. The development of biophysical potential can be done by planting several types of endemic plants in and around tourist areas to increase attractiveness by increasing the diversity of natural resources that can be enjoyed, especially endemic species that have characteristics in tourist areas while carrying out conservation efforts, as well as being a vehicle for education about sources. local power. In addition, the development of biophysical potential can also be done by adding infrastructure in the form of viewing posts or gazebo with local architectural, as well as attractive landscape designs to add beauty and support the potential view. Regarding the increase in the use value of agricultural land indirectly, the existence of community agricultural land around the area planted with plants that have regional characteristics of North Sulawesi, namely cloves, coconut, palm and nutmeg are utilized and supported by landscape designs in natural tourism areas that frame and strengthen the scenery so that it adds to tourist attraction. In addition, the increase in the use value of agricultural land is directly and simultaneously in line with community empowerment, namely the processing of parts of community agricultural land products that are not traded to be developed into souvenirs which have not been provided until now. Community empowerment is also carried out by involving the surrounding community in increasing tourist attractions, namely by tourist attractions, especially regional cultural attractions.
Charles Reijnaldo Ngangi, Lyndon Reindhart Jacob Pangemanan, Tommy Ferdy Lolowang
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 171-180; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33733

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This study aims to study social capital in the survival strategies of poor farmers. The research was conducted for 6 months, from April to October 2020, with the research location in Minahasa Regency. This research was designed descriptively, with a survey method. Sampling was selected purposively on farmers in Minahasa district with 100 farmers as respondents. The data collected in this study are primary and secondary data. Primary data were collected directly through in-depth interviews with farmers. The results showed that the stronger the farmer's social capital, the better his survival strategy. On the other hand, the weaker the social capital, the poor farmer's survival strategy was getting worse.
Jessy Jane Manasye Mantiri, Melsje Yellie Memah, Grace Adonia Josefina Rumagit
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 191-100; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33751

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This study aims to determine the level of customer satisfaction with the service "Bakso Solo". This research was conducted from January to March 2020. The data used in this study are primary data and secondary data. Primary data were obtained through direct interviews with 44 respondents using a questionnaire. The data collection method was carried out using accidental sampling techniques. Data collection regarding customer satisfaction is carried out using a Likert scale measurement. Secondary data obtained from these efforts which are related to this research. The results showed that, the level of consumer satisfaction of the restaurant "Bakso Solo" in the city of Manado was 78.64% or consumers were in the "Satisfied" category.
Deiske Sasa Wangkanusa, Gene H. M. Kapantow, Theodora M. Katiandagho
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 365-372; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33854

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This study aims to determine the time allocation of women in the copra-making process in Pandu Village, Bunaken Sub-district, Manado City. The research was conducted from November 2020 to January 2021. The data used were primary data and secondary data. Primary data was obtained through interviews using a questionnaire to 20 respondents, while secondary data was obtained from the Pandu Village Office. Furthermore, the data collected was analyzed descriptively. Based on the results of the study, it was found that the average time spent by women in Pandu Village, Bunaken District, Manado City in one copra-making process was 51.85 hours. Meanwhile, the work time for men was 71.20 hours. In other words, the time spent working for women in making copra was 42.14% of the total time spent working for men and women. The largest proportion of women's involvement is in the chopping sub-process which reaches 47.66%.
Hiskia Engelbert Tandibato, Meisje Yellie Memah
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 151-160; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33812

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This research aims to figure out about the agricultural extension worker’s performance of their main tasks at Sub-district Taratara Satu, Tomohon City. The types of data used in this study are primary and secondary data obtained through direct interviews with farmers and through questionnaires. The sampling method that’s being used in this study is Purposive Sampling Method; where the researcher chooses the respondents themselves from the farmers. This research used descriptive analysis that namely explaining the data obtained by using words that are assisted by data tables. This research shows that the performance of agricultural extension workers; which can be measured from the main task of extension workers where the results tend to be good because agricultural extension activities are only focused on agricultural core activities. Such as agricultural programs, technical meetings, demonstrations, and courses for the farmers. 
Olivia Claudia Pantas, Lyndon Reindhard Jacob Pangemanan
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 187-194; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33835

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the profits received by Tempe Sedap “ANDHIKA” home industry business in the village of Bahu, Malalayang Sub-District in one production process. This research was conducted for 3 months from October to December 2020. The research method used in this research is a case study. The data taken in this research is primary data using direct interview techniques with business owners using a list of questions that have been prepared in advance. The data collected in this study were then analyzed using profit analysis by calculating the difference between revenue and the costs used and then continued with the Revenue Cost Ratio (R / C) Analysis formula. Based on the research results, it can be concluded that the Tempe Sedap "ANDHIKA" business in the Village of Bahu , Malalayang Sub-District, Manado City is very profitable and gets a value of R / C = 1.35 which means this industry is profitable and feasible to be developed.
Andre Rolef Bawohan, Theodora Maulina Katiandagho, Mex Frans Lodwyk Sondakh
Published: 14 April 2021
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI, Volume 17, pp 195-202; https://doi.org/10.35791/agrsosek.17.2.2021.33836

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The purpose of this study was to determine the profit sharing system between land owners and tenants in Langowan Utara Sub-District. This research was conducted for three months at Langowan Utara District from November 2020 to January 2021. The data used in this study are primary data which is processed based on interviews with 15 tenant farmer respondents who were taken intentionally and secondary data were obtained from the village office and sub-district office and literature in libraries and on the internet related to this research. The method used in this research is descriptive method. The results showed that the sharing of agricultural land in the village was carried out with a system of three or 1:2, the division was that the tenant farmers got two parts and the owner farmers got one share, the provision of seeds, fertilizers, labor, etc. until the harvest period is borne by the cultivator while the owner farmer only receives the net harvest without paying any fees.
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