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Musamus Journal of Agribusiness
Published by Universitas Musamus
ISSN : 26553309     EISSN : 26564475     DOI : -
Core Subject : Agriculture, Social,
The aims of this MuJaGri is to provide a venue for academicans, researchs and practitioners for publishing the original research articles or review articles. The Scope of the articles published in this journal deals with: (1) economics of cooperative marketing and management, (2) design and development of credit market institutions, (3) organizational design, (4) market structure and performance analysis, (5) supply chain management and design, (6) optimization of operational efficiency, (7) development of data and analysis for financial management, (8) strategic management, and (9) agribusiness education
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STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN POTENSI PETATAS (Ipomea Patatas L) MENJADI TEPUNG DI KAMPUNG BERSEHATI DISTRIK TANAH MIRING KABUPATEN MERAUKE Anam, Mohammad Choirul; Widiastuti, Maria Maghdalena Diana; simatupang, david oscar
Musamus Journal of Agribusiness Volume 1 Number 1, October 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mujagri.v1i1.1298

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these activities were not sustainable. This study aims to identify various opportunities, strengths,weaknesses and threats, examine internal external factors, formulate and determine selected strategies indeveloping sweet potatos flour business using the SWOT matrix. Determination of selected strategies isdone using the QSPM matrix. The research was conducted from March to June 2018, in the pet flourprocessing business group of the Village of Salted District of Tanah Miring District of Merauke Regency.The results showed that IFAS (Internal Factor Summary) factors in the sweet potato flour business werethe availability of raw material for sweet potato, lack of equipment and use of technology, limitedavailability of capital, adequate human resources and less than optimal management. EFAS factor (ExternalFactor Summary) in the sweet potato flour business is the support of the village and communitygovernments very well, the market potential is quite good, price fluctuations, lack of competitiveness andthe role of the Government. The SWOT analysis formulated 11 (Eleven) alternative strategies fordeveloping sweet potato flour namely : 1; Collaborating with the Government through a work program tofunction, to operate and develop flour business 2; Improve marketing networks by adding marketingpartners 3; Promoting back to the community that sweet potato flour products are local products as superiorproducts of Merauke Regency 4; Organizing internal training sustainable business management (routinemeetings) 5; Requesting capital from the Government to advance business 6; Need to conduct an analysisof petroleum flour business studies 7; Establish attractive product promotion 8; Create (value added) forflour products. 9; Create and develop a system storage of raw materials 10: Conducting training on how tomanage business capital (financial management) 11; Increasing technology for preserving sweet potatoflour. Furthermore, based on the QSPM (Quantitative Strategic Planning Matrixs) matrix, there are 2 (two)alternatives that have the highest score as the first strategy done first 1: Collaborating with the Governmentthrough work programs to enable, to operate and develop sweet potato flour business, total alternativescores 5,12. And the last strategy that needs to be done is a study of the analysis of sweet potato flourbusiness, a total alternative score of 1,42.Keywords: QSPM Analysis, SWOT Matrix, Development Strategy, sweet potato Flour.
KELAYAKAN USAHATANI BAWANG MERAH DI DISTRIK TANAH MIRING Kelyaum, Laurentius Kelvin Setiawan; simatupang, david oscar; Widiastuti, Maria Maghdalena Diana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mujagri.v1i1.1299

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The objective of this research is to setimate cost, revenue, profit, and the feasibity of redonion farming in Tanah Miring District. The method use primary and secondary data. All the redonion farms (46 famers) in Tanah Miring District become free responden. Data analisis used costanalisis, R/C ratio and BEP (Break Event Point) analisized. The result showed that red onion farmingin Tanah Miring District have the cost Rp. 23.526.255 for 3 (three) month in 0,3 ha. The revenueof red onion farming is Rp. 45.738.745/3 (three) month/0,3 ha, with BEP production volume is672/kg and BEP price production is Rp. 11.888/kg. The R/C ratio is 2,9 means that every Rp. 1capital produce 2,9% profit. The concluetion is red onion farming is feasible to developed.Keyword: cost analisys, red onion, dan feasibility analisys.
PREFERNSI MASYARAKAT TERHADAP SAGU SEBAGAI SUMBER PANGAN MASYARAKAT SUKU MALIND YEINAN DI KAMPUNG POO, DISTRIK JAGEBOB – MERAUKE Putri, Ika Wahyu Octaviani; Widiastuti, Maria Maghdalena Diana; Fachrizal, Riza
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mujagri.v1i1.1300

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The research aims to analyze the preferences of the local Papuan people of Yeinan towardssago consumption and analyze any preferences that are more dominant in the selection of sagocommodities as local food. The study was conducted in Poo Village, Jagebob District, MeraukeRegency, for two (2) months, namely from May to June 2018. The population in this study wasthe entire community of Poo village. The technique of determining samples is done randomly( Random Sampling ), data analysis is done by qualitative and quantitative analysis methodsusing multiple linear regression analysis. The results of the regression analysis showed thatpeople's preference for sago consumption (Y): at the 5% level based on taste (X 1 ) with asignificant value of 0.107 did not significantly influence the amount of sago consumption,processing variable (X 2 ) with a significant value of 0.440 no significantly affect the amount ofconsumption of sago, and the variable resistance (X 3) deng an significant values of 0, 5 58 didnot significantly affect the amount of consumption of sago. So from the results of this studythat people's preference for sago consumption is not influenced by the variables of taste,processing, and endurance. Where the R value of 0.212 is obtained, which is low and the Rsquare value is 0.045 or 4,5 %.Keywords: Preference, Sago, Yeinan Tribe
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN BUDIDAYA DAN PENGOLAHAN HASIL GEMBILI (Dioscorea esculenta) SEBAGAI SUMBER PANGAN ALTERNATIF BAGI KELUARGA DI KAMPUNG YANGGANDUR Tatay, Paskalina; Widiastuti, Maria Maghdalena Diana; Untari, Untari
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ABSTRACTLocal food which can be utilized as a source of carbohydrates is gembili (Dioscorea esculenta). The farming system of gembilistil in tradisonial way and not for the profit oriented. Meanwhile the nutrition of gembili almost the same as othercarbohydrates such as rice or sweet potatoes. The purpose of this research is to analyze cost and benefit of gembili cultivationand processing of gembili become donut and cake gembili. The methodology using Benefit Cost Ratio (B/C Ratio) and RevenueCost Ratio (R/C Ratio). This research was conducted in December 2017 to January 2018 in Kampung Yanggandur DistrictSota Merauke Regency. Sampling technique used Snowball Sampling. The samples are 7 respondents. The results showed thatthe cost of farming cultivation gembili is Rp44.871.140, -, while the benefit is Rp86.225.040, - The profit gain as Rp41.353.900,-. The B/C Ratio is 1,92. Gembili procesing become cake gembili more profitable than donut gembili. The cost of donut gembiliis Rp5.582.000/month, while the cake gembili is Rp4.804.000/month. The revenue of donut gembili is Rp7.200.000/monthwhilethe renenue of cake gembili is Rp15.000.000,00/month. The R/C Ratio of donut gembili is 0.53 while cake gembili is1,69 means both of gembili processing become donut dand cake gembili is feasible to developed.Keywords: cost, benefit, feasibility, gembili.
ANALISIS KELAYAKAN USAHA PENGERING GABAH MEKANIS UD JASA TANI DISTRIK TANAH MIRING KABUPATEN MERAUKE Fachrizal, Riza; Mekiuw, yosehi
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Padi (Oryza Sativa L) adalah tanaman penghasil beras yang salah satu upaya peningkatan produksinya melaluipenanganan pasca panen. Aspek penting dalam penanganan pasca panen adalah pengeringan gabah baik metodetradisional maupun secara mekanis. Analisis data usaha pengering gabah mekanis menggunakan analisis biaya,manfaat dan jangka waktu. Teknis pengeringan gabah menggunakan mesin pengering model vertical circulationdengan tungku sekam. Besarnya dana investasi Rp. 345.000.000. NPV sebesar Rp. 535.136.462. Net B/C sebesar2,55. IRR sebesar 53,42%. Hasil analisa finansial dengan ongkos pengeringan sebesar Rp. 200/Kg Gabah KeringPanen (GKP) menunjukan bahwa usaha pengering gabah mekanis UD Jasa Tani di Distrik Tanah MiringKabupaten Merauke layak diusahakan.Kata kunci : Kelayakan, Pengering Gabah Mekanis
‘TABULAMPOT’ TEKNIK BUDIDAYA USAHATANI JAMBU AIR MADU DELI HIJAU Ginting, Nina Maksimiliana
Musamus Journal of Agribusiness Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Musamus Journal of Agribusiness
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This study aims to determine the technique of guava cultivation of Deli Green Honey, the costs incurred by water guava farmers of Deli Green Honey variety, income generated by water guava farmers of Honey Deli Green variety, and the feasibility issued by water guava farmers of Honey Deli Green variety. This research was conducted in Payaroba Village, Binjai Barat District, Binjai City which was conducted purposively. The sampling method is by using the census method. The analytical method used is descriptive analysis method, cost and income calculation method, and feasibility analysis method (R / C ratio. Based on the results of the study concluded 1) Guava farming stages green deli honey water starts from planting, watering, fertilizing, spraying, pruning , wrapping fruit and harvesting. 2) The average total cost of green deli honey guava farming costs Rp. 62,104,066 / year 3) The average income of green deli honey water farming is Rp. 49,503,566 / year. 4) guava farming green deli honey water in the research area is worth the effort with the R / C ratio of 1.79> 1,   Keywords: tabulampot, MDH guava water, income, R / C ratio
FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI PERAN PENJUAL KOMODITAS HORTIKULTURA OLEH KAUM IBU DALAM MENINGKATKAN EKONOMI KELUARGA DI PASAR WAMANGGU KOTA MERAUKE Nurdhaiyah, Nurdhaiyah; Simatupang, David Oscar; Untari, Untari
Musamus Journal of Agribusiness Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Musamus Journal of Agribusiness
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This study aims to find out how much the factors of education, capital, and dependents influence the role of mothers in improving the family economy in Wamanggu Market and analyze the dominant factors that influence the role of mothers in improving the family economy in Wamanggu Market. This research was conducted at the Wamanggu Merauke Market, for four (4) months, namely from August to December 2018. The population in this study were all vegetable sellers in the Wamanggu Merauke Market. The sampling technique was random sampling with 173 samples and a total population of 63 sellers, while data analysis was carried out with quantitative descriptive analysis method using multiple linear regression analysis. The results of multiple regression analysis show that the magnitude of the effect of education on income (Y): based on education (X1) affects income (Y) insignificantly by 0.044 or 4.4%, based on capital (X2) affects income (Y) significantly by 0.919 or 91.9%, based on dependents (X3) affect income (Y) not significantly by 0.005 or 5%. The dominant factor that influences the decision of mothers in improving the family economy is the capital factor (X2) which is equal to 0.919 or 91.9%.   Keywords: Education, Capital, Dependents, Income.
ANALISIS KELAYAKAN USAHA PENANGKAPAN IKAN PADA MUSIM PERALIHAN OLEH NELAYAN DI KAMPUNG ONGGAYA DISTRIK NAUKENJERAI KABUPATEN MERAUKE Imbanop, Yunus Paskalis; Widiastuti, Maria Maghdalena Diana; Fachriza, Riza
Musamus Journal of Agribusiness Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Musamus Journal of Agribusiness
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This study aims to determine and analyze the income and feasibility of fishing businesses. The study was conducted in Onggaya Village, Naukenjerai District, Merauke Regency, for 3 (three) months from March to May 2018. The population in this study were fishermen who worked fishing business regularly and have been operating for more than 5 years. Sampling was done randomly, while the data analysis used revenue cost ratio (R/C). This technique is used to analyze the costs, benefits, and feasibility of fishing businesses. The results showed that the average total income was Rp. 164,000 per day and the average total cost was Rp. 151,782 per day. Total average profit obtained is Rp. 12,218 per day with R/C ratio of fishing business  was 1,08. This ratio has met the standards of business feasibility because R / C ratio>1, means that every Rp. 1 cost will provide revenue 1.08 times. Keywords: Feasibility analysis, Onggaya village fishing
IDENTIFICATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES IN THE DISTRICT MERAUKE Situmorang, Ferdinand C
Musamus Journal of Agribusiness Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Musamus Journal of Agribusiness
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mujagri.v1i2.1829

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The availability of natural resources owned Merauke district has the potential but has not been used optimally. Merauke District is a district that has a variety of potential natural resources such as: agriculture, fisheries, animal husbandry, tourism and forestry. Management of natural resources in Merauke is still not able to provide welfare for the people of Merauke and have not been able to contribute original income. With the identification of the natural resources that exist in Merauke so that it can provide information about the natural resources that exist to the general public, especially for investors who wish to cooperate with the Regional Government of Merauke for the progress of development in order to create welfare for people in Merauke. Keywords: Potential, Natural Resources, Merauke
OPTIMALISASI PRODUKSI PANGAN LOKAL SAGU SEBAGAI PRODUK OLAHAN EKONOMIS DI KABUPATEN MERAUKE Dawapa, Merry
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mujagri.v1i2.1830

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This study aims to determine the utilization of sago starch production on sago processed products at 5 times the potential of sago in merauke district. Data were analyzed descriptively, the population in this study were 5 districts with high productivity of sago farming in Merauke district, namely land sloping districts, curates, eligobel, ulilin and muting. Site selection by purposive sampling or deliberately. The results of the study showed that the five districts were not optimal for developing processed sago products due to lack of knowledge, expertise and limitations of technology adoption.   Keywords: Local Farmers, Productivity, Optimization, Sago

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