Journal of Agriculture & Life Sciences

ISSN 2375-4214 (Print), 2375-4222 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jals

Profitability Comparative Analysis of Soybean Farming Based On Variety in Grobogan Regency, Indonesia
Edy Prasetyo, Titik Ekowati, Mukson

The aims of study were to analyze income of soybean farming and comparative of soybean farming profitability based on the variety. The research was conducted in three districts of soybean production and development centers, namely Purwodadi, Pulokulon and Ngaringan. The study used a survey method, while the determination of sample used Purposive Stratified Quota Sampling Method as many as 80 respondents. Data were analyzed by farm income and profitability. The results showed that the income per season for Grobogan, Gepak Ijo and Anjasmara varieties were IDR 8,219,723.97/ha; IDR 9,443,540.25/ha and IDR 5,496,020.79/ha respectively. While the profitability for each variety was 100.06%, 141.45%; and 74.96% respectively. The profitability of soybean farming of Grobogan variety was not significantly different with Gepak Ijo variety and also with Anjasmara variety. However, the profitability of soybean farming of the Gepak Ijo variety was significantly different with the Anjasmara variety.

Full Text: PDF