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Aspek Ekonomi Dari Budidaya Tanaman Kapas (Gossypium hirsutum L.)Di Indonesia

Razaq, Khairul and Aprilia, Mia and Juliayanti, Neng Sri and Ariyanti, Nina (2018): Aspek Ekonomi Dari Budidaya Tanaman Kapas (Gossypium hirsutum L.)Di Indonesia.

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Abstract

Abstract Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is one of the natural fiber-producing plantation commodities for textile industry raw materials that play a role in Indonesia's non-oil and gas exports. Cotton production in Indonesia has not been able to meet national cotton needs, this is because the development of cotton in Indonesia has experienced many obstacles, especially in the maintenance of plants that have not been optimal. One effort that can be done is through improving agricultural cultivation techniques from seeding, land preparation to maintenance which include irrigation, fertilization, planting, thinning and pest and disease control. Domestic cotton fiber production is less than 5% of national demand, while the raw material needs of the textile industry continue to increase from year to year in line with the growing population. Realizing this, the government since 2007 has tried to continue to increase cotton production from the implementation of the IKR program, P2WK, OECF projects, self-help from farmers to the Acceleration (cotton acceleration) program.

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