Human Resources in the shrimp at Indramayu

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Human Resources in the shrimp at Indramayu by Mind Map: Human Resources in the shrimp at Indramayu


2. a. Research Background

3. b. Reaserch Question

4. 1. what is the effect of human resources on shrimp ponds ? 2. how much human resources are from the community around the pond ?

5. c. Reaserch Objective

6. This research objective is to discover the human resources in shrimp at indramayu on forming consumer's expectations . This research attempts to highlight, from a consumer's perspective, which aspects of build the economic public and company

7. d. Reaserch Benefit

8. This research is expected to provide benefits to the following: 1. Theoretical 2. Practice


10. a. Main theory

11. b. Concept and variable definition

12. The cultivation of vaname shrimp, which has been cultivated by the Self-Service Business (JHD), was started in 2003. The area of land that is owned is 26 hectares with a total of 26 pond plots. There were 24 plots of ponds that could be utilized, with an average plot area of 5,000 m2, while 2 more plots had not been used because the soil structure was not good. JHD's business has applied cultivation technology intensively, the amount of production produced is on average around 5 tons / farmer or about 10 tons / hectare.

13. c. Previous Reaserch

14. production costs for feed 60-70% of total production costs

15. d. Reasearch Model

16. In the analysis of cash flow estimates, the following assumptions are used:

17. 1) The analysis is carried out with 2 scenarios, namely scenario 1 only extending the land without any technical improvements and scenario 2 land expansion accompanied by technical improvements. 2) Business without a project is a shrimp pond vaname that is currently carried out on a land area of 26 Ha (24 compartments of pond) 3) The area for aquaculture is developed to be 42 Ha (41 plots of ponds). 4) The project life is 10 years, based on the technical age of pond construction 5) The total production produced in scenario 1 is 219,480 kg and in scenario 2 is 399,767 kg. Shrimp production size45, size 50 and size 60 respectively are 18%, 72% and 10% of the total production. 6) Price of vaname shrimp with size 45 is IDR 42,000 per kg, size 50 IDR 34,000.00 per kg and size 60 Rp.28,000.00 per kg. 7) The SR used for scenario 1 is 70%, FCR is 2.03 and the stocking density is 85 fish per m3. 8) The SR used for scenario 2 is 85%, FCR of 1.5 and stocking density of 100 fish per m3 (Haliman and Adijaya, 2005). 9) The residual value at the end of the project is obtained from investment goods that are still remaining when they are expired (unused) . 10) Discount rate of 14% / year (Bank Jabar loan interest rate)

18. Conclusion

19. 1) Vannamei shrimp cultivation in JHD Business produces profit value of IDR 998,045,513.20 with an R / C of 1.29 and a payback period of 2.80 years. 2) run either without technical improvement (scenario 1) or with technical improvement (scenario 2) . 3) The vannamei shrimp cultivation business in scenario 1 is more sensitive to changes in the price of shrimp feed and the selling price of shrimp than the business in scenario 2.