E3S Web Conf.
Volume 306, 2021The First International Conference on Assessment and Development of Agricultural Innovation (1st ICADAI 2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Agricultural Social Economics and Policy|
|Published online||24 September 2021|
The improvement of planting index paddy through empowerment of water management institution: case study in Leumbah Seulawah District, Aceh Besar
Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology of Aceh Province
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This paper described the institutional empowerment of water management to increasing cropping index (IP) in Aceh Province. The problem in the empowerment of farmer institutions is the low performance of farmers groups due to the low role of administrators, unclear group members, incomplete and malfunction organizational structure, low farming productivity, and lack of guidance from extension agents. The research was conducted in Lamkubu and Teladan village, Lembah Seulawah sub district, Aceh Besar in August 2019. The respondents who became the research sample were 33 respondents. The variables observed included farmer institutions that support IP increases in Lembah Seulawah District, Aceh Besar. The data collected was tabulated and analyzed descriptively. The result are: has four institutions that are used as an assessment for a farmer group in increasing IP, 1) general institutional performance, the process on farming on the organization is carried out based on of mutual agreement, 2) internal institutional motivation and participation, management has high motivation in running the organization and actively participates (>50%) in the procurement of meetings, 3) institutional rules, there is no enforcement of sanctions because the rules are determined by deliberation and enforced with discipline, 4) interaction with stakeholder, carried out intensely 1-7 times in one growing season, the assistance provided is appropriate but only some have not been able to use it.
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