Paper ID: 71
Analysis of Chili Farming in Indonesia
M T Sundari*, Darsono, J Sutrisno and E Antriyandarti
Agribusiness Study Program, Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia
Horticultural crops are one of the most prominent national income supporters in Indonesia. Chili is one of the vegetable commodities that have excellent and promising business opportunities. The need for chili continues to increase every year in line with the increasing population and the development of industries that require chili raw materials. This study aimed to determine the number of costs, revenues, and profits and determine the efficiency of chili farming in Indonesia. The basic research method used in this research is descriptive and analytical. This study was carried out by using survey techniques with a simple random sampling method. The method of analysis used is the analysis of costs, revenues, income, farming profits. The results showed that the chili farming business obtained an income of Rp. 114,510,523.99. The costs incurred are Rp. 41,120,740.16 per growing season so that the income is Rp. 91,905,415.11 and a profit of Rp. 73,389,783.83. The R/C ratio of 2.78 indicates that it has been efficient.