Seaweed Cultivation for Community Income in Indonesia

Appiah Ahmed Jibreal, Nursafitri Nursafitri

Abstract


Objective :This study aims to analyze the effect of seaweed cultivation on people's income in Ponrang 2 Hamlet, Tirowali Village, Ponrang District, Luwu Regency. Design/methodology/approach:The type of research used is a quantitative type. Findings:The results of this study indicate that seaweed cultivation has an influence on people's income, namely a Tcount value of 33,700 and a T table of 2,037 or 33,700 > 2,037 and a significant income value of 0.000 <0.05 (H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted). Originality:The research conducted is the result of previous research references. Limitations/research implications:There are several limitations encountered and can be a lesson for future researchers to further refine their research because this research itself certainly has deficiencies that need to be continuously improved in further research, including: the number of respondents which is only 34 people is of course still very lacking. to describe the actual situation, and the research location was only focused on Dusun Ponrang 2, which is only one of many other hamlets that also practice seaweed cultivation. Practical & Social Implications:To increase income, farmers must continue to gain knowledge to develop their experience on how to market and empower seaweed so that in the future they can be more advanced and able to compete in the agricultural sector, especially seaweed cultivation. In this case the income of the Ponrang 2 Hamlet community can increase every year so that it can prosper the seaweed cultivators.Objective :This study aims to analyze the effect of seaweed cultivation on people's income in Ponrang 2 Hamlet, Tirowali Village, Ponrang District, Luwu Regency.Design/methodology/approach:The type of research used is a quantitative type.Findings:The results of this study indicate that seaweed cultivation has an influence on people's income, namely a Tcount value of 33,700 and a T table of 2,037 or 33,700 > 2,037 and a significant income value of 0.000 <0.05 (H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted).Originality:The research conducted is the result of previous research references.Limitations/research implications:There are several limitations encountered and can be a lesson for future researchers to further refine their research because this research itself certainly has deficiencies that need to be continuously improved in further research, including: the number of respondents which is only 34 people is of course still very lacking. to describe the actual situation, and the research location was only focused on Dusun Ponrang 2, which is only one of many other hamlets that also practice seaweed cultivation.

Practical & Social Implications:To increase income, farmers must continue to gain knowledge to develop their experience on how to market and empower seaweed so that in the future they can be more advanced and able to compete in the agricultural sector, especially seaweed cultivation. In this case the income of the Ponrang 2 Hamlet community can increase every year so that it can prosper the seaweed cultivators.


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