Mohamad Harisudin, Mohamad
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AGRARIS: Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development Research Vol 5, No 1: January-June 2019
Publisher : Program Studi Agribisnis Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/5174


The presence of modern markets in Surakarta city is accepted by its resident, this can be seen from the increasing number of modern markets in recent year. Modern market consumers have taken a portion of traditional market consumers. This situation needs to be anticipated by traditional market managers in the form of competitive strategies. The purpose of this study was to determine the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats factors that affect the development and the strategies used in developing Pasar Legi toward the presence of modern market. The basic method of this research was descriptive analysis. Data collection methods was done by interviewing, observing and recording techniques. Key informants were selected purposively based on the quality of information, which consists of the manager of Pasar Legi, market traders and consumers/buyers in this traditional market. The market was chosen purposively according to the research objectives, namely Pasar Legi Surakarta City. Data analysis method used analysis of Grand Strategy Matrix, SWOT Matrix, and QSPM from Fred R. David. The results showed that the strategic position of Pasar Legi was in quadrant I, which was a combination of strength and opportunity. The most priority strategy by the manager of Pasar Legi to face of the existence of the modern market is to build a good service system between market traders and consumers. 
Caraka Tani: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture Vol 27, No 1 (2012): March
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/carakatani.v27i1.14352


This study aims to analyze condition of white brem agroindustrial center inWonogiri, Identifying internal and external environmental conditions, Determiningalternative strategies and priorities determining the most appropriate strategy appliedWonogiri Government in developing agro-industry white brem centers. This study is adescriptive analytical study using primary and secondary data. Primary data to explain thewhite brem conditions agroindustry, strategic factors and alternative strategies anddetermination of the strategy through surveys, observation and focus group discussion.Secondary data in the form of monographs and the potential economic data in Wonogiriregency. Tools Analysis used is the SWOT matrix and the matrix QSP. The studyconcluded that the centers of agroindustrial white brem in Wonogiri is the average revenuein May 2011 amounted to Rp 17,634,375, -; cost needed is Rp 16,103,678, - and therevenue of Rp 1,530,697, -. Strength strategic factors are ease of exchanging information,ease of making sales of products, experience and skills sought a long labor. Strategicfactors are drawbacks: The employers are less innovative, less promotional efforts, piecesof white brem uninteresting, unattractive packaging, the center has not been managed well,the strategic factor market opportunities is a high demand, the development of servicesuppliers of raw materials, the presence of community agencies (bakul), alignments ofgovernment policies, developments in food processing technology, development ofinformation technology. Strategic factor is the threat of price fluctuations of raw materials,competitors' similar product innovation, the presence of product substitution, governmentpolicies that are less integrated, bright sun /weather. Priority strategies are recommended sothat the development of agro-industry centers in the white brem Wonogiri can runeffectively is to Improve togetherness among employers to boost innovation in order toincrease profits.
SEPA: Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian dan Agribisnis Vol 14, No 1 (2017): September 2017
Publisher : Sebelas Maret University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/jsepa.14.1.21040.28-38


Abstract: The objective of this study was to determine how much of the total share, rateof contribution and rate of growth of agriculture sector on regional development inKaranganyar; determine the classification of agriculture sector in Karanganyar usingKlassen typology; and knowing the agriculture sector featured in Karanganyarregency. The research location was Karanganyar Regency. The data used in this studyis primary data and secondary data. Data analysis methods used were: (1)Analysis ofthe magnitude of the total share of agricultural subsectors using shift share analysis;(2)Identification of the contribution and the growth rate of agriculture subsector;(3)The classification of agriculture subsector in Karanganyar using Klassen typology;and (4)Identification of featured subsector agricultural sector in Karanganyar usingComparative Performance Index (CPI). The results showed: total share of food crops,plantation subsector, livestock susbector, forestry subsector, and the fisheriessubsector respectively 173.644,66 million rupiah; 24.928,24 million rupiah; 56.674,21million rupiah; 829,48 million rupiah; and 1.153,37 million rupiah. Contribution ofthe food-stuff crops subsector, plantation subsector, animal husbandry subsector,forestry subsector, and fisheries subsector respectively by 66.94%; 8.71%; 23.36%;0.48%; and 0.52%. The growth rate of the food-stuff crops subsector, plantationsubsector, animal husbandry subsector, forestry subsector, and fisheries subsectorrespectively by 6.29%; 6.70%; 5.41%; 3.92%; and 5.16%. Karanganyar animalhusbandry subsector is developed and emerging subsector. Food-stuff crops subsector,plantation subsector, forestry subsector, and fisheries subsector were classified ingrowing subsectors but depressed. The first featured the agricultural subsector basedon analysis of the CPI was the food crops subsector.Abstrak: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk (1) mengetahui besar total share, kontribusi,dan laju pertumbuhan subsektor pertanian terhadap pembangunan KabupatenKaranganyar, (2) mengklasifikasikan subsektor pertanian di Kabupaten Karanganyarmenggunakan tipologi klassen, dan (3) mengetahui subsektor pertanian unggulanKabupaten Karanganyar. Lokasi penelitian dipilih secara sengaja (purposive) yaituKabupaten Karanganyar. Data yang digunakan adalah data primer dan data sekunder.Analisis data yang digunakan adalah analisis shift share, analisis kontribusi dan lajupertumbuhan, analisis tipologi klassen, dan analisis comparative performance index.Hasil penelitian menunjukkan total share subsektor tanaman bahan makanan,subsektor perkebunan, subsektor peternakan, subsektor kehutanan, dan subsektorperikanan Kabupaten Karanganyar masing-masing sebesar 173.644,66 juta rupiah; 24.928,24 juta rupiah; 56.674,21 juta rupiah; 829,48 juta rupiah; dan 1.153,37 jutarupiah. Kontribusi subsektor tanaman bahan makanan, subsektor perkebunan,subsektor peternakan, subsektor kehutanan, dan subsektor perikanan masing-masingsebesar 66,94%; 8,71%; 23,36%; 0,48%; dan 0,52%. Laju pertumbuhan subsektortanaman bahan makanan, subsektor perkebunan, subsektor peternakan, subsektorkehutanan, dan subsektor perikanan masing-masing sebesar 4,88%; 5,75%; 5,27%;4,01%; dan 5,89%. Subsektor peternakan Kabupaten Karanganyar merupakansubsektor maju dan berkembang. Subsektor tanaman bahan makanan, subsektorperkebunan, subsektor kehutanan, dan subsektor perikanan diklasifikasikan dalamsubsektor berkembang tapi tertekan. Subsektor pertanian unggulan pertamaberdasarkan analisis CPI adalah subsektor tanaman bahan makanan.
Caraka Tani: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture Vol 27, No 1 (2012): March
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/carakatani.v27i1.14360


The choice of institutional land in farming crops for farmers can be influenced by the situation and condition of the farmers who worked in the institutional field. Institutional land in farms is important, thus it is necessity to know the institutional land that currently exist in a region along with the factors that influence the choice of institutional land for farmers. The study was designed to answer the following research problem: (1) to explore and describe institutional dry land area of research in current conditions, and (2) to identify the factors that influence the choice of institutional dry land on farm crops. The location of research used poor rural areas which are far away from the town, Bandungan Hamlet and Parang Kulon Hamlet, Paranggupito District, southern region of Wonogiri Regency , ± 70 km from the Capital of Wonogiri. The choice of location is relatively far away from the city intended to get comprehensive information on institutional land. There were 32 farm households in both hamlets that have cooperation in institutional land as respondents. This research conducted in-depth survey and assessment. The result of study showed that the cooperation on an institutional land area there are pledge, lease, ‘sakap’, and lending. Various factors that influence farmers' choices in the institutional area are known, namely: the bargaining position of farmers who work together, the distance of land by farmers, and kinship.
SALURAN PEMASARAN BERAS ORGANIK DI KABUPATEN BOYOLALI Yuniarti, Dwi; Rahayu, Endang Siti; Harisudin, Mohamad
Agrisocionomics: Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian Vol 1, No 2 (2017): November 2017
Publisher : Animal and Agricultural Science Faculty, Diponegoro University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (190.255 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/agrisocionomics.v1i2.1671


Tujuan penelitian adalah untuk mengidentifikasi saluran pemasaran, marjin pemasaran dan farmer’s share beras organik di Kabupaten Boyolali. Penentuan lokasi penelitian dilakukan secara sengaja (purposive) di Kecamatan Sawit dan Kecamatan Banyudono. Metode penelitian menggunakan metode diskriptif analitif. Analisis data menggunakan  analisis kualitatif dan kuantitatif (marjin pemasaran dan farmer’s share). Total  responden 30 petani produsen, 2 pedagang pengumpul desa, 5 penggilingan desa dan 1 pedagang pengecer. Hasil penelitian menunjukan ada 4 tipe saluran pemasaran. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukan bahwa rata-rata produsen beras organik di Kabupaten Boyolali melewati satu lembaga pemasaran saja (penggilingan padi). Hasil pertanian padi organik di Kabupaten Boyolali belum sepenuhnya diserap sebagai produk organik. Penyerapan hasil produksi organik di Kabupaten Boyolali sebagai produk organik hanya ada 37% dari keseluruhan responden produsen. Penjualan beras organik diperlakukan sama seperti beras biasa sebesar 63%. Marjin pemasaran terbesar pada saluran pemasaran I yaitu sebesar Rp 8.500,00 dan terendah pada saluran pemasaran IV yaitu Rp 5.375,00. Nilai farmer’s share tertinggi 57% dan terendah sebesar 37%.Kata kunci : saluran pemasaran; beras organik
Caraka Tani: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture Vol 30, No 2 (2015): October
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/carakatani.v30i2.11922


Center for Integrated Farming in Agribusiness Regency Sukoharjo is one of centers in the Sukoharjo Regency potential number of units SME’s agribusiness, which has considerable potential to further developed forward. The research method is implemented with the survey and FGD (Focus Group Discussion). The results showed stakeholders performance within Integrated Agricultural Cluster development seen from the achievement of the results of the institutional activities that had been undertaken by related agencies involved in the Integrated Agriculture cluster development in Sukoharjo, Sukoharjo Regency FEDEP, among others, the Bappeda Sukoharjo Regency, local Government of Sukoharjo through service related, and Agricultural Cluster Integrated Rembug Forum as targets of mentoring activities during this FEDEP is enough well, though still not optimal. The role of BDS (Business Development Service) as escort agency nor an escort FEDEP Integrated Agricultural Cluster during this already plays well. The role of the College during this already good. While the role of financing institution has also been good, especially Banking as long as it's been good in support of cluster development in integrated agricultural. The role of the association profession and non government (NGO) in Sukoharjo Regency have already good much seen in Integrated Agriculture cluster development Sukoharjo Regency . Determinants of the success of the integrated Agriculture Cluster, among others, specialization, research and development capacity, knowledge and skills, human resource development, networking and social capital, proximity to suppliers, capital availability, the soul of entrepreneurship, as well as leadership and shared vision. Determinants of the success of the integrated Agriculture Cluster, among others, specialization, research and development capacity, knowledge and skills, human resource development, networking and social capital, proximity to suppliers, capital availability, the soul of entrepreneurship, as well as leadership and shared vision. Some of the determinants of the success of the cluster has been running quite well for example in terms of networking and social capital, proximity to suppliers, and the spirit of entrepreneurship, while other factors are still not running optimally. Suggestions in this study include 1). Capacity building of institutional FEDEP and Agricultural Integrated Cluster Forum Sukoharjo Regency, 2) upgrade human resource in Cluster of integrated Farming, with a wide range of training courses is gradually and continuously, intensively involved with the College and the state-owned enterprises as well as private owned companies, and 3). Network Development efforts on Integrated Agricultural Cluster through the integrated system between the sub cluster, through cooperation between the sub cluster associated with the provision of raw materials, production technology, product innovation, product quality standards (certification), institutional, and product marketing, with facilitation and mentoring of stakeholders associated within FEDEP Sukoharjo Regency. The expected synergies also intercity in SOLO RAYA.