Noerhartati, Endang COVID 19 IMPACT ON FOOD CROP AGRICULTURE IN EAST JAVA INDONESIA. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Development. (Unpublished)

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Purpose: The purpose of this study is to analysis the impact of covid 19 on food crop agriculture in East Java Indonesia. Design/methodology/approach: The research sample was an agricultural extension, and each region was by two (2) people chose, the reason for selecting agricultural extension was because the farming instructor accompanied farmers and had data on product development and farmer's behavior before COVID 19 and after COVID 19. Interviews were held from March to April 2020. Besides using primary data, this study also uses secondary data from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS Indonesia) from 1993 to 2015 and data from FAO from 1993 to 2015. Findings: The occurrence of COVID 19 has an impact on all aspects of the world and all sectors, one of which is food crops, how the effects of COVID 19 on food crop agriculture in East Java, the results of the study are the behavior of farmers in East Java relatively no difference before the occurrence of COVID 19 and after COVID 19, farmers still work as usual. Rice supply at the level of the farmer community is still sufficient because farmers have harvested a month in March 2020. In Bangkalan Madura the village government has the policy to carry out the harvest by renting harvest tools to anticipate COVID 19, while in Gresik and Lamongan areas farmers continue to do the harvest without assistance harvester. The role of advisory counselors is needed by farmers, this is because extension agents can become counselors of the COVID 19 problem in the community during a pandemic like this. With the COVID 19 outbreak, the brothers of the farmers returned home because of the culture of going back or also because the factories, shops, restaurants where they work have been close, this is a burden for farmers. Research limitations/implications: Number of informant is small. Practical implications: Agricultural management constraints in East Java, the majority of farmers are small farmers, institutions at the level of farmers are weak, limited access to markets and credit, inadequate infrastructure, have constrained agricultural productivity growth of small farmers. So, the condition must be improved. Originality/value: The condition is specific in Bangkalan. Paper type: Research paper. Keyword: COVID 19, food crop, food Management

Item Type: Other
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering > Agro-industrial Technology Study Program
Depositing User: Sulimin BP3
Date Deposited: 01 Nov 2023 01:42
Last Modified: 01 Nov 2023 01:42

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