The Intensity of Agriculture in the Covid-19 from Indonesia â€“ A Systematic Literature Review
Zainal Ilmi and
M. Amin Kadafi
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Yohanes Kuleh: Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Unversitas Mulawarman â€“ Samarinda 75117, Indonesia
Zainal Ilmi: Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Unversitas Mulawarman â€“ Samarinda 75117, Indonesia
M. Amin Kadafi: Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Unversitas Mulawarman â€“ Samarinda 75117, Indonesia
Journal of Agriculture and Crops, 2022, vol. 8, issue 2, 94-104
The agricultural sector will be surely crushed if there is no acute attention from the government in an agrarian country. As a reflection, the importance of the agricultural sector, which produces foodstuffs in the food security agenda in a difficult situation. The objectivity of this article is to present the existence of the agricultural sector and strategic aspects to support the agricultural sector in Indonesia so that it can cope with the Covid-19 pandemic. To clarify the presentation, we use the SLR method, which will determine the extent of the fate of the agricultural sector with comparisons from previous studies relevant to this. The results of the review prove that the agricultural sector in Indonesia, especially in food, is almost 70% of smallholder agriculture. With this peopleâ€™s farming model, we need to conclude that we will maintain as long the food reserves in the community as the farmers keep planting. Because of this, the things that need to be done are to provide stimulus to farmers and guarantee the purchase of the products or commodities produced. In certain cases in several regions, the price of agricultural commodities declines and demand is low because thousands of restaurants and restaurants have closed, and reducing their sales capacity.
Keywords: Food security; Farmers; Development model; Strategy; Agribusiness (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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