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Title: Analisis Efisiensi Usahatani Padi Organik dan Konvensional : Sebuah Tinjauan Singkat
Authors: Prihtanti, Tinjung Mary
Keywords: rice;farming system;organic production;conventional production;efficiency
Issue Date: Jun-2015
Publisher: Fakultas Pertanian dan Bisnis Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
Abstract: The aim of this study was to analyze the available literatures published in the last five years on the efficiency of organic and conventional farming systems performance, cases of Indonesian rice farms, and to determine the critical factors influencing the different results of those studies. Rice farming system was chosen as in its development this farming system encountered major constraints e.g. low productivity, annually increasing production cost, and relatively fluctuating yield price. The preliminary information collected through interviews and observations among key informants of organic and conventional farms will be discussed to underlie the hypothetical factors which may influence the efficiency attainment. Some conclusions were withdrawn: 1) the benefits of organic farming system were seen from the obvious simplicity of land and biodiversity management as well as the absence of environmental pollution, 2) both organic and conventional farming systems could achieve technical efficiency, 3) conventional rice farm had not attained price and economic efficiency, and 4) environmental efficiency was one of the latest updated indicator in the assessment of farming system efficiency
Description: Prosiding Konser Karya Ilmiah Nasional 2015, p. 34-41
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/8909
ISSN: 24605506
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