ANALISIS KOMODITAS UNGGULAN SEKTOR PERTANIAN DI KABUPATEN SAMBAS
The title of this research is the analysis of agricultural commodities in Sambas district. National Development Goals is to improve the lives and welfare of the community. In order to improve the welfare of the community, local authorities should seek to increase people's income. Increase in income can be done through the development of existing regional potential through superior sector owned. If these advantages can be developed is expected to add to incomes. The largest sector contributing to GDP Sambas district is the agricultural sector, in order to develop the sector, it is necessary to know what commodities are consideredsuperior. This study has the purpose of: (1). Identifying agricultural commodities in Sambas district, (2). Analyzing the various agricultural commodities in Sambas district. This study uses secondary data. Where the secondary data obtained from Sambas Book Yearbook, Yearbook Kalbar Central Bureau of Statistics for the five years from 2006-2010 observations. Analysis tool used is the Location Quotient, Shift-share and Klassen Typologi. The results showed that agricultural commodities rice, soy beans, green beans, fruit, coconut, pepper, coffee, cattle, goats, broiler chickens, ducks and sea fishing. Sub-sectors that have higher competitiveness compared to similar sub-sector in West Kalimantan province is Crop sub-sector, fisheries and sub peternakan.sedangkan priority sectors to be developed is the plantation sub-sector. Growth in commodity structure is more advanced and is fast growing soybeans, green beans, fruit, chicken meat, free-range chicken, sea fisheries. Commodities are classified as fast growing maize, cassava, yams, palm oil, cocoa, rubber, laying hens, public waters. Commodities are quite advanced but is slow growing paddy, coconut, pepper, goat. Commodities which are relatively disadvantaged are vegetables, coconut Hybrida, pigs, buffalo, aquaculture. Keywords: Agriculture, Commodities, and agricultural commodity priorities
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