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dc.contributor.authorPuruhito, Dimas Deworo-
dc.contributor.authorKurniawati, Fitri-
dc.descriptionProsiding Konser Karya Ilmiah Tingkat Nasional Tahun 2018 : Peluang dan Tantangan Pembangunan Pertanian Berkelanjutan di Era Global dan Digital, p. 163-166id
dc.description.abstractKampar District is one of the districts in Riau Province which has long had a very large area of smallholder plantations. The study aims to determine the income of smallholder oil palm and rubber plantations in North Kampar Subdistrict. The research method used descriptive analysis method. Site selection was carried out purposively, while sampling of farmers was conducted randomly, each of which was 40 oil palm and rubber planters. The data obtained were analyzed using income analysis. The results of the analysis show that the age of oil palm plantations was 22 years and rubber was 35 years. Oil palm production was 21,168 kg/ha/year and rubber production was 3,612 kg/ ha/year, while the price received by oil palm planter was Rp. 1,619/kg and rubber planters was Rp. 6,140/kg, so that oil palm planters receive revenues of Rp.34,270,992,-/ha/year and the revenues of rubber planters was Rp. 22,177.680,-/ha/th. The amount of oil palm farming costs was Rp. 11,645.992,-/ha/year and rubber was Rp. 8.796.728,-/ha/year. The income of oil palm planters was Rp. 22,625.000,-/ha/year, which was higher than the income of rubber planters of Rp. 13,380.952,-/ha/year.en_US
dc.publisherFakultas Pertanian dan Bisnis Universitas Kristen Satya Wacanaid
dc.subjectoil palmen_US
dc.subjectsmallholder plantationsen_US
dc.titleAnalisis Pendapatan Pada Perkebunan Rakyat Kelapa Sawit Dan Karet di Kecamatan Kampar Utara Kabupaten Kamparid
Appears in Collections:Prosiding Konser Karya Ilmiah Tingkat Nasional Tahun 2018 : Peluang dan Tantangan Pembangunan Pertanian Berkelanjutan di Era Global dan Digital. Salatiga, 13 September 2018

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