STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN MODEL KELEMBAGAAN KEMITRAAN AGRIBISNIS HORTIKULTURA DI BALI

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KURNIA SUCI INDRANINGSIH ASHARI - SUPENA FRIYATNO

Abstract

The role of horticulture commodities is very importance to enhance the growth of
agriculture sector, and its elasticity causes the changing of income. To fill the market
demand and consumer preference, the constrains related to efficiency, productivity, and
quality of horticulture commodities should be attended seriously and to be as priority
efforts. The solution to achieve those conditions is creating the partnership institution that
farmers and other stakeholders can take benefit for each other and practice a good quality
management. Bali province is one of famous region in Indonesia which has a high-market
demand on horticulture commodities. The study aim to present identification results of
partnership pattern, constrain, and it’s potency in Bali. Further, the formulation of
alternative partnership models instead of existing partnership models also will be
discussed. The result showed that generally, partnership pattern have been existing in Bali
i.e.: plasm-nucleus model, agribusiness operational cooperative, farmers–sub terminal
agribusiness (STA) cooperative and reguler trading. The efforts to improve agribusiness
partnership model can be implemented through: (1) developing horticulture farmers
association, (2) increasing market service information, (3) pushing the role of field
extension worker, (4) building the vertical communication networking among agribusiness
actors, (5) improving the Sub Terminal Agribusiness infrastructure, and (6) empowering
the financial institution.

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INDRANINGSIH, KURNIA SUCI; -, ASHARI; FRIYATNO, SUPENA. STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN MODEL KELEMBAGAAN KEMITRAAN AGRIBISNIS HORTIKULTURA DI BALI. SOCA: Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian, [S.l.], nov. 2012. ISSN 2615-6628. Available at: <https://ojs.unud.ac.id/index.php/soca/article/view/4204>. Date accessed: 06 dec. 2019.
Keywords
Horticulture, Agricultural Sector, Partnership, Bali.
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