RURAL SOCIOLOGY OF URGENT FARMERS BY LOCAL AND NON LOCAL PEOPLE IN MUTING DISTRICT OF MERAUKE

Untari, Untari and Fachrizal, Riza and Monika, Nova S (2019) RURAL SOCIOLOGY OF URGENT FARMERS BY LOCAL AND NON LOCAL PEOPLE IN MUTING DISTRICT OF MERAUKE. International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET), 10 (01). pp. 707-714. ISSN 0976-6308;0976-6316

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to know the sociology of farming farmer’s cassava in Muting District. Research needs to be done because by knowing the pattern and life expectancy of the community at the village level can be the basis for the preparation of planning action of tapioca flour factory development in Merauke. The type of research is field survey research using the method of data acquisition purposive sampling. Results of field data and information indicate that the community in Muting District consists of local and non-local communities. Most people have livelihoods as farmers. Agricultural system applied that is agriculture traditional. Local people for their daily life have livelihoods from hunting, fishing and farming in the garden or yard. The results of hunting, fishing, and cultivation are used for family consumption needs, but if there is a new residue will be sold to the home environment. While non-local farmers have the main livelihood as fruit farmers other than currently farmers working in oil palm plantations that operate the Muting area. Farmers in Muting cultivate cassava in small areas, cassava is only cultivated in the yard and more in family consumption and the largest land area of 1 ha. With 1 ha of planting area, farmers are still experiencing marketing constraints. The marketing constraints of cassava ie the distance to the market center is very far and the cost of transportation is high. If marketed to Muting and the surrounding environment, the low purchasing power of people, because the people in general have a cassava plant even in the yard and was quite consumed by the family. Cassava consumption by the community in Merauke is not a staple food but only as a side food and food diversification efforts are still very low.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: cassava; sociology; rural.
Divisions: Library of Congress Subject Areas > Fakultas Pertanian > Agribisnis
Fakultas Pertanian > Agribisnis
Depositing User: Untari Untari
Date Deposited: 23 Sep 2019 06:47
Last Modified: 23 Sep 2019 06:47
URI: http://eprints.unmus.ac.id/id/eprint/516

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