AGRICA <p><strong>Agrica: Journal of Sustainable Dryland <em>Agriculture </em></strong>is a journal that presents a platform for sharing knowledge in science and technology related to Sustainable Dryland Agriculture. Its studies are agronomy, pest and plant diseases, soil science, agricultural conservation and ecology, organic farming, agrobiodiversity, agrotourism, and permaculture covering the economic aspects of dryland sustainable agriculĀ­ture (agribusiness, agricultural socio-economic, agroindustry), agricultural diversification, land and water conservation, agricultural climate, food security, animal welfare concept, mechanization, science and food technology in a dryland environment</p> en-US <div class="pkp_footer_content"> <p><a href="" rel="license"><img src="" alt="Creative Commons License" /></a> This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.</p> </div> <div class="pkp_brand_footer" role="complementary"> </div> (Dr. Sriwahyuni) (Charly Mutiara) Mon, 04 Mar 2024 09:46:27 +0700 OJS 60 Pemetaan Manajemen Rantai Pasok Kerupuk Udang di Kawasan Sungsang II Kabupaten Banyuasin <p><em>Sungsang II villages are the main shrimp-producing areas located in the waters of the Musi River Estuary and South Bangka, South Sumatra Province. Shrimp are processed into various products, and crackers are the superior product. It's just that as a superior local product, until now there has been no research regarding the supply chain for shrimp crackers. This research aimed to map the supply chain management of processed shrimp cracker products in Sungsang II Villages. The research was carried out using a survey method. Thirty participants made up the entire sample, and the sampling procedure employed was multistage sampling. Data analysis uses mathematical, tabulated, and descriptive methods. The research results show that shrimp cracker processing in the Sungsang area is a household-scale industry. The raw material for shrimp comes from breech waters, and the process of making crackers is traditionally done using human labor; drying still uses sunlight; and packaging is done simply with plastic. The price of shrimp raw materials ranges from IDR 15,000 to IDR 25,000 per kg, and processors can process 20 to 30 kg of shrimp raw materials per day. The selling price for shrimp crackers from retailers to consumers is IDR 50,000 per kg. The shrimp cracker supply chain involves fishermen as suppliers of shrimp raw materials, craftsmen who process shrimp into crackers, collecting traders, retailers, and consumers.</em></p> Miftahul Janna, Dessy Adriani, Agustina Bidarti Copyright (c) 2024 Miftahul Janna, Dessy Adriani, Agustina Bidarti Mon, 04 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Analisis Pendapatan dan Kelayakan Usaha Kerupuk Udang di Desa Sungsang I dan II Kecamatan Banyuasin II <p><em>Sungsang I and Sungsang II villages are tidal areas because they are located on the coast and directly adjacent to the Bangka strait. Sungsang I Village and Sungsang II Village are one of the areas that have abundant marine products in Banyuasin II Regency, one of which is shrimp which is then processed by the local community into crackers in the form of a cottage industry. Until now, socioeconomic research on the income and feasibility of shrimp cracker business in this region is still scant. The purpose of this study is to analyze the amount of income of shrimp cracker entrepreneurs in Sungsang I and Sungsang II Villages and their business feasibility. The results of this study showed that the business income of shrimp crackers amounted to Rp. 960,837.67 per production or Rp. 23,899.14 per kilogram of shrimp crackers. While the R/C value obtained from the shrimp cracker business is 1.92 (R/C value &gt; 1), which means that the shrimp cracker business in Sungsang I and Sungsang II Villages is feasible to run.</em></p> Desliana Opie Harliani, Mirza Antoni, Dessy Adriani Copyright (c) 2024 Desliana Opie Harliani, Mirza Antoni, Dessy Adriani Mon, 25 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700