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Title: Socio Economic Characteristics of Sidempuan Salak Farmers in Parsalakan Village, South Angkola District, South Tapanuli Regency
Authors: Harahap, Rahmad Syukur
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Lubis, Zulkarnain
Lubis, Mitra Musika
Keywords: social;economic;farmer;salak
Issue Date: Nov-2021
Publisher: Universitas Medan Area
Series/Report no.: NPM;168220090
Abstract: South Tapanuli Regency is one of the regencies in North Sumatra, which has the highest production of salak. South Tapanuli Regency has an important role in efforts to fulfill North Sumatra's fruits, especially with agricultural products in the form of salak which is an advantage. Efforts to continue to maintain South Tapanuli Regency as one of the areas contributing to salak have a strategic role in regional and national development. This study aims to determine the socio-economic characteristics of salak sidempuan farmers in Parsalakan Village, Angkola Barat District, South Tapanuli Regency. This study entitled Socio-Economic Characteristics of Sidempuan Salak Farmers (Case Study: Parsalakan Village, Angkola Barat District, South Tapanuli Regency) This research is a qualitative descriptive study. The sample used was salak farmers in Parsalakam Village with a total of 25 farmers, the sampling method used was stratified random sampling with three strata, namely salak farmers with narrow land, salak farmers with medium land and large/large salak farmers. The data collection method in this study used the interview method, precisely semi-structured interviews. Determination of the population using purposive sampling technique, namely the determination of which aims based on certain criteria according to the problem and research objectives. Based on the results of research on salak farmers in Parsalakan Village, it shows that the majority of farmers are Batak Angkola, Batak Mandailing and also Javanese, then farmers are included in the category of not yet prosperous because the ratio of farmers' income is still below the minimum wage in South Tapanuli Regency, and the role of the government is still not directly touched by the benefits by farmers. barking.
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