ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY FACTOR RICE RAINFED THROUGH PTT APPROACH

Muhammad Thamrin, Desi Ardilla

Abstract


This study aimed to analyze the efficiency of use of production factors of land, seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, labor towards rainfed rice production through integrated crop management approach, using Cobb-Douglass and economic efficiency (allocative price). The results obtained statistically R-square value of 0.95 which indicates that simultaneously (synchronously) rainfed rice production is influenced by land, seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, labor force by 95%, and is supported by the value of the f-count 181.400> f-table 2,404 at level of 95% (α 0.05). Test the partial effect of production factors of land, seed, fertilizer production significantly while factors pesticides, labor did not significantly affect rainfed rice production at a level of 95% (α 0.05). Based on the value of elasticity factor of production is 0.317 which means that the general rainfed rice farming in the position of decreasing returns to scale, meaning that each additional factors of production in the production process will lead to an additional reduction in yield. Value economic allocative efficiency shows that the prices of production factors of land has not been efficient so that the user needs to be added while the factors of production of seed, fertilizers, pesticides, labor should be reduced because it is inefficient in its use.Keywords: Efficiency, Production Factors

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https://doi.org/10.30596/agrium.v20i2.638


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