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Production efficiency of rice farmers in Java-Indonesia

by Sri Widodo.

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Published by Gadjah Mada University Press in Yogyakarta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Java
    • Subjects:
    • Rice trade -- Indonesia -- Java -- Labor productivity

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSri Widodo.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9066.I63 J36 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 226 p. :
      Number of Pages226
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1842288M
      ISBN 109794201057
      LC Control Number89949431

      Effects of Paddy Rice Production on the Welfare of Farmers And The Determinants of the Achievements of Paddy Rice Farmers In Niger Delta Region Of Nigeria: PDF: Kadiri, Fausat, Eze, Christopher: This book explains in depth the issues and challenges faced by rice farmers in India in relation to production and productivity, and the possible adaptation strategies to climate change. Based on five years of groundbreaking research on emerging trends in cultivation in major rice growing regions in India, it begins by describing production and.

      Sri Widodo, An Econometric Study of Rice Production Efficiency Among Rice Farmers in Irrigated Lowland Villages in Java, Indonesia. Disertasi S3. Tokyo University of Agriculture. Sutanto, R, Pertanian Organik, Menuju Pertanian Alternatif dan Berkelanjutan. Penerbit Kanisius. Yogyakarta. Theil, H., Introducton to Econometric. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

      The demand for meat in Indonesia cannot be supplied by domestic cattle production, and so breeder cattle stock are imported from abroad overseas to increase domestic production. A commonly imported breed is Brahman cross bred (Bx). Smallholder farmers have reported a wide range of problems associated with Bx cow reproductive performance. Mariyono, J. and Bhattarai, M., (), Chili Production Practices in Central Java, Indonesia: A Baseline Report. AVRDC- The World Vegetable Center, Taiwan. Mariyono, J. (). Green revolution- and wetland-linked technological change of rice agriculture in Indonesia. Management of Environmental Quality: an International Journal, 26 (5),


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Production efficiency of rice farmers in Java-Indonesia. Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sri Widodo.

and Farmers Initiatives for Ecological Livelihoods and Democracy (Field Foundation)] where results show that these techniques, as demonstrated in the areas of Tasikmalaya and Indramayu, West Java, and in Pasuruan, East Java, Indonesia, yield higher production than standard Rice-Fish, Save and Grow or farmer standard practices.

Rice production in Indonesia is an important part of the national sia is the third-largest producer of rice in the world. Rice was the staple food in the Indonesian diet, accounting for more than half of the calories in the average diet, and the source of livelihood for about 20 million households, or about million people, in the late s.

Rice cultivation covered a total. on organic rice farmers during two planting seasons using purposive sampling method in Dlingo Village, Mojosongo, Boyolali, Central Java, Indonesia. The result of the research shows that the average value of production cost efficiency is Rice is one of the world's most important staple food products.

This statement is particularly applicable to the Asian continent where rice forms the main staple food for the majority of the population (in particular the poorer segments of society) and where farmers account for more than 90 percent of the world's total rice production.

Discount prices on books by Sri Widodo, including titles like Production efficiency of rice farmers in Java-Indonesia. Click here for the lowest price. Cost of Irrigation, Fertilizer and labor were found to contribute significantly in the cost efficiency of rice farmers.

The average cost efficiency of rice production in is 83 percent, this. If production of rice is expected to fulfil domestic demands or consumption, then the difference in between production and consumption could be regarded as surplus or shortage of production.

Using FAO data, Fig. 7 shows time series rice production and consumption between and The consumption was calculated from rice for food, seed. National rice production Enhancement Programme (P2BN) is one of Indonesia government effort to fulfill the need of national rice due to high consumption level of rice ( kg.

per capita per year). Decrease in Rice Production Due to Climate Change because farmers depend agriculturaldirectly on rainfall for their agricultural activities and livelihoods. Every changes of and production of rice in Karawang West Java Indonesia. Decrease in rice harvested area was average of ha per.

Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. 32Department of Social and Economy, Faculty of Agriculture, Sebelas Maret University Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. Abstract: The aim of this study is to determine the efficiency of business and marketing strategies of rice seed at BBTPH Surakarta, which is one of the seed center producing certified seed.

Downloadable. The objectives of this analysis are to evaluate the technical and scale efficiency of rice farms in West Java and to identify determinants affecting farms’ efficiency. Further, the farm size–productivity relation is investigated. Data Envelopment Analysis is used to estimate technical efficiency scores.

Additionally, Tobit regression is used to explain the variation in the. Sustainable improvements in rice production in unfavorable rice ecosystems in the coastal deltas are crucial issues for the Indonesian rice sector, the rural communities, and smallholder farmers.

As a consequence of global warming, the frequency and intensity of extreme climatic events, such as flood and drought phenomena, is increasing [ 3, 7 ].

Cereal crops vary in their response to salinity, from barley being the most tolerant and rice being the most sensitive (Munns and Tester, ).Currently, salinity is the second major abiotic constraint in rice production after drought (Gregorio, ).Shannon () declared rice as the most salt-sensitive cereal crop and found that salinity had variable effects on different growth and.

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Syafrial, A Comparison of Consumption Pattern for Selective Imported Fresh Fruits in Indonesia. O'Brien DT et al Economic evaluation of deep placed urea for rice farmers' fields: a pilot area approach, Ngawi, East Java, Indonesia. In Efficiency of nitrogen fertilizers for rice. IRRI Pp Obien SR, Achievements and Issues On Rice Production In The Philippines.

Downloadable. The System of Rice Intensification (SRI) has been claimed to be more productive and sustainable than conventional methods in rice production. However, in some countries like Indonesia, its adoption rate remains low. This paper explores the factors that may affect SRI adoption in Indonesia, choosing Tasikmalaya district in West Java as a case study.

The Deli Serdang Regency produces amongst the highest amounts of rice in the province of North Sumatera in Indonesia. Due to land use change and stagnant productivity, the total rice land area and its production have gradually decreased over the years.

Hence, understanding this issue is crucial, especially to ensure the sustainability of rice production in the future. Water shortage is a long standing problem in Java and its condition is getting worse over time. The problem is not simply due to deterioration of natural resource, but also because demand for water steadily increases.

This study is an attempt to use water charge policy to improve water use efficiency and inter-sector allocation which the government has apparently ignored by implementing a dual. Rice paddy in Cenatral Java, Indonesia Rice fields in Batang, Central Java, Indonesia Farmers at rice field, Java Indonesia Rice Field Before Rain, Java, Indonesia Rice fields in Mester Village, Bayongbong, Garut, West Java, Indonesia Java, Indonesia.

hills with plots of rice fields of different degree of a maturity A green yellow rice field on pekalongan central java indonesia Green rice. The Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development (AJAD), an international refereed journal, provides information and analysis on topics within the broad scope of agriculture and development.

As the official journal of the Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), it promotes greater awareness of the latest findings in research, state-of-the-art.rice varieties.

From torice production in Asia grew % annually, mainly because of yield increases (% y–1). However, growth rates declined to % y–1 (production) and % y –1 (yield) from to (Dawe and Dobermann ). This slowdown was partly due to lower rice prices and the slowdown in demand.and improve the efficiency of resource use during rice production to help farmers cultivating rainfed rice to strategically produce rice.

A weather forecast-based decision-support system is the key to transform rainfed-rice areas into more productive and stable rice-producing areas to supply the growing demand for rice in the world.