Classification of Subsectors in the Agriculture Sector and Featured Agriculture Products in Badung District, Bali
Journal of Experimental Agriculture International,
The research objectives were: (1) To classify the subsectors in the Agriculture sector in Badung District into prime subsectors, potential subsectors, developing subsectors, and underdeveloped subsectors; (2) Identifying featured products, locality and specialization in each subsector in the Agriculture sector in Badung District. The types of data collected are quantitative and qualitative data, sourced from secondary sources and primary sources. Data collection methods are documentation, observation, and interviews. The data analysis methods were Klassen Typology, Location Quotient (LQ), Localization Coefficient (α) and Specialization Coefficient (β). The results showed that the nine subsector in the Agriculture sector in Badung District can be classified into two classes, namely five subsectors including the developing subsectors, namely food crops, seasonal horticulture crops, annual horticulture crops, livestock and fisheries. Meanwhile, the four subsectors are included in the underdeveloped subsector, namely seasonal plantations, annual plantations, agriculture and hunting services, and forestry and logging. The main products in each developing subsector include: In the food crop subsector are lowland rice and soybean. In the livestock subsector are cows, goats, pigs, laying hens, broilers, village chickens, and ducks. In the fisheries subsector, are tuna, selar fish, snapper, yellow tail and shrimp.
- Featured agriculture products
- Klassen typology
- location quotient
- Badung District
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