DEVELOPMENT OF AGROPOLIS REGION BASED ON INTEGRATED PLANTATIONS AND LIVESTOCK THROUGH CONCEPT OF KARSSA (Rubber Palm Oil Beef Cattle) IN KUANTAN HILIR DISTRICT

  • Puji Astuti Islamic University of Riau
  • Fiki Angga Putra Islamic University of Riau
Keywords: Agropolis, Farm, Karssa, Plantation, Region.

Abstract

One of the Districts that became the new growth center candidate in Kuantan Singingi Regency is Kuantan Hilir District which has great potential in the plantation and livestock sector, where the main commodities of each sector are rubber, oil palm, and beef cattle. This research is basically aimed to develop strategy and program of Agropolis area development in Kuantan Hilir District. The analytical method used is descriptive quantitative - qualitative, by using analysis of regional development that is comprehensive that is population analysis with geometric method, economic analysis with LQ and Shift Share method, social analysis with descriptive qualitative method, infrastructure analysis with projection needs method, and analysis physical environment with land suitability method, as well as analysis of plantation and livestock adapted to the concept of planning. The results of this study indicate that the area of Kuantan Hilir District has the potential to be developed as an Agropolis center in Kuantan Singingi Regency by applying the concept of integrating the plantation sector as the main sector with the livestock sector as the supporting sector and combining the village centers with the concept of KARSSA (Rubber Palm Oil Beef Cattle) Or optimize the functional hierarchies of each village and its major commodities. Based on the analysis that the appropriateness of Kuantan Hilir District as the new Agropolis center reaches 84.6% percentage based on the average of the analysis result, it is necessary to add 3,398 cattle at the end of the year of planning in 2025. Balanced by the construction of 1 unit of fertilizer processing center Compost, 16 units of agribusiness and agribusiness centers in each village. Plantation and animal husbandry sectors have a competitiveness of 18,427 million rupiahs, with donations to kecamatan income reaching 62.55%, and LQ worth 1.3 or greater than 1 so it is among the top seeding sectors.

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Published
2017-12-25
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