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VOLUME 04 ISSUE 03 MARCH 2021

Improvement of Farmers 'Competency for Agriculture Progress
1Komang Krisna Heryanda, 2Ida Bagus Putu Purbadharmaja
1,2 Faculty of Economics and Business, Udayana University, Indonesia,
DOI : https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i3-04

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ABSTRACT:

The success of the agricultural sector is determined by a strong agricultural system, the use of appropriate agricultural tools, and the competence of farmers in running agricultural systems and equipment effectively. The analysis found that 65.2 percent of farmers in Indonesia have primary school education, and 64.2 percent are over 45 years old. Low education, and the age of farmers who are dominated by parents are obstacles in advancing the agricultural sector in Indonesia. The contribution of the agricultural sector in national development is high, but the welfare of farmers is still low due to the lack of mastery of agricultural techniques, lack of ability to face climate change, and low mastery of marketing networks. Various efforts have been made to improve the competence of farmers, both government and private. Although various obstacles have yet to be resolved in improving farmer competence, the spirit of developing agriculture is still a priority.

KEYWORDS

Farmers’ Competency, Agriculture Progress, Agriculture in Indonesia

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