IDENTIFICATION OF MAIN COMMODITIES AS REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BONDOWOSO REGENCY

Aristin, Nevy Farista and Normelani, Ellyn and Purnomo, Agus IDENTIFICATION OF MAIN COMMODITIES AS REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BONDOWOSO REGENCY. IDENTIFICATION OF MAIN COMMODITIES AS REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BONDOWOSO REGENCY.

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Abstract

Bondowoso dominated by wetland agriculture and dryland agriculture has a leading sectors that could be developed in addition to cassava iconic regency. To overcome these problems it is necessary to identify the leading sectors of agriculture in the regency that can later be developed into potential winning. The method used is the institutional survey method. The technique used in this research is purposive method of selection of research sites in accordance with the purpose of research. This research was conducted in the Bondowoso regency and the analysis unit of research are dominated by agricultural land dry and wet agricultural land, ie 17 districts out of 23 districts. The analysis used in this reasearch is Location Quotient (LQ). The results showed that the potential of leading commodity agricultural sector the highest in Pujer District with superior sector mustard, Tlogosari District the leading sectors of pumkin, Bondowoso District with superior sector green beans, Curahdami District with leading sectors onion, and Prajkean District with superior sector plants sweet potato. It will Bondowoso 5 districts can develop as centers of crop specific seed so that later can improve the community economy regency. It continues to be improved in its development as agropolitan and as one of the buffer zone of people's food needs regency. Keywords: Commodities, Agriculture, Regional Development

Item Type: Article
Subjects: A General Works > AI Indexes (General)
Depositing User: Mr Arief Mirathan - Eka Setya Wijaya
Date Deposited: 19 May 2017 00:56
Last Modified: 19 May 2017 00:58
URI: http://eprints.unlam.ac.id/id/eprint/1711

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