The Feasibility of Red Chili in Independent and Group Sales Systems in Sukamantri Subdistrict, Ciamis Regency
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- red chili, feasibility, sales system
Chili peppers are one of the horticultural commodities commonly cultivated commercially in tropical regions such as Indonesia. Sukamantri sub-district is the center of chili plants in Ciamis Regency with the largest planting area and harvest area of 296 hectares and the largest production value in Ciamis Regency of 37,644 tons. There are two red chili sales systems in Sukamantri sub-district, namely independent sales system and group sales system. This research aims to analyze the cost, revenue, profit and feasibility of red chili farming on independent and group sales systems. Location determination is done deliberately in Sukamantri District, Ciamis Regency. Respondents used two methods, namely snow ball sampling on independent farmers and simple random sampling on group farmers. The total sample taken was 64 respondents consisting of 30 independent farmers and 34 group farmers. The results showed that the average cost spent by red chili farmers 0.25 hectares in one season was IDR 16,343,800 of the independent farmers and IDR 18,592,545 of the group farmers with income IDR 27,983,625 of independent farmers and IDR 32,507,004 of the group farmers. Each profit obtained by independent farmers is IDR 24,015,175 and the group is IDR 28,972,885. The feasibility of red chilli farming in the independent and group sales system in Sukamantri District is seen from the R / C, land productivity, labor productivity and capital productivity are feasible to be developed. The R / C value obtained for independent farmer was 2.47 and for group farmer was 2.5, while the productivity value of each farmer was IDR 94,877,540/ha and IDR 113,998,539/ ha. The labor productivity of the independent farmer is IDR 277,779 / HKO and for group farmer is IDR.443.882/HKO and capital productivity value is 194.1% in independent farmers and 192.40% in group farmers.
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TY - CONF AU - Nuri Nabila Nurohmah AU - S Triwara Buddhi AU - Eni Istiyanti PY - 2021 DA - 2021/02/10 TI - The Feasibility of Red Chili in Independent and Group Sales Systems in Sukamantri Subdistrict, Ciamis Regency BT - Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Sustainable Innovation 2020–Technology, Engineering and Agriculture (ICoSITEA 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 248 EP - 254 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aer.k.210204.045 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/aer.k.210204.045 ID - Nurohmah2021 ER -