E3S Web Conf.
Volume 232, 2021International Conference on Agribusiness and Rural Development (IConARD 2020)
|Number of page(s)||14|
|Published online||25 January 2021|
Farmers’ social economic and response determining application component technologies of “Jajar Legowo Super” technique: a case in Lampung
1 Indonesia Center for Agricultural Technology Assesement and Development, Jln. Tentara Pelajar No.10, Bogor
2 IPB University, Jln Raya Dramaga, Bogor
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Jajar Legowo Super’ (Jarwo Super) technique is a technology package comprise of seven component technologies for maximum rice productivity. The technique is one of priority attention in IAARD’s dissemination activity. This paper aims to identify how social, economic characteristics, farmers’ response and application of the technology package. The unit analysis is the component technologies adopted in the Jarwo Super. The Data was taken from 43 farmers purposively (co-operator and non-co-operator) in Tanggamus, Lampung and did descriptive analysis. The results show that ‘legowo’ was the most known component in the jarwo super technique. In contrast inpari 30 was the most ‘implemented and applied’ components. Farmers dominantly use informal network to gather information through other farmers and community leaders. Further, their participation in training is relatively low due to the absence of these activities. However, access to mass media and radio is quite high, although usage internet access is still low. In term of economy aspect, 69 percent respondents use own finance and the rest use access banking and individuals including middlemen and kiosks. To conclude, farmers use single or partial component technology rather that adopt full package of the jarwo Super technique. Only reliable and available component will farmers’ use.
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