ANALISIS PENDAPATAN USAHA TANI JAGUNG MANIS AMINDUK DI KEBUN SHOW WINDOWS DESA KEMBUAN KECAMATAN TONDANO UTARA

Lydia Ch. Porotu'o, Celcius Talumingan, Ellen G. Tangkere, Melissa L.G. Taroreh

Abstract


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Lydia Christianty Porotu'o, Farming Income Analysis of Aminduk
Sweet Corn Kembuan Village, North Tondano Sub District. Under Guidance
Ir. Celsius Talumingan, MP as Chairmain , Ellen G. Tangkere, SP, Msi and
Melissa L.G. Taroreh, SP, Msi as members.
The Objective of this research is to know the sweet corn farm income
Kembuan Village, North Tondano Sub District. This study uses primary data and
secondary data. Primary data obtained through direct interviews to farmers
farmers and entrepreneurs with observation techniques to observe directly the area
of aminduk sweet corn, while the secondary data obtained from the kembuan
village profile report format, and Web sites related to the kembuan village north
tondano sub district of aminduk sweetcorn. Data analysis method used in this
research is descriptive, by calculating the total revenue, cost of production, total
revenue to total revenue and comparison ratsio R / C.
The results of this research of aminduk sweetcorn showed that farming
income analysis Civil Registration sweet corn produce comparison ratio R / C 3,1
it can be interpreted that their farming is visible to be developed. This is because
the calculation of farming revenue was relatively big that revenue in bigger
income.
Based on these results it can be concluded that the Farming Income
Analysis of Aminduk Sweet Corn Kembuan Village, North Tondano Sub District
can be cultivated, by continuing to improve yields due to high consumer demand
in the community. Although the results are promising revenue is considered to be
a guarantee to continue farming Farming Income Analysis of Aminduk Sweet
Corn Kembuan Village, North Tondano Sub District sweet corn production
systems although costly due to apply the techniques and technologies that are
different from usual. Therefore recommended to farmers around the kembuan
village, North Tondano Sub district to consider this as an alternative employment
opportunity to improve well-being, so that the farmers around village become
smallholder farmers not only immigrants farmers.

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