AGRICULTURE SUPPLY CHAIN FOR INTEGRATED FARMING ZONE BASED ON BLUE AND GREEN ECONOMY CONCEPT AT TUBAN REGENCY, EAST JAVA, INDONESIAAmenan, Zaenal Fanani, Harsuko Riniwati and Muhamad Firdaus
Input capacity for integrated farming has an important role in order to provide basic data of Agriculture related activities which was important for a government program. Survey methodology was used to analyze the needed input capacity. For the survey of Agriculture-related commodity, five sub-districts were chosen for the study. Main Interaction between Supply and Demand was analyzed. A descriptive analysis by using value chain approach is a descriptive was applied to analyze various interaction in our integrated program. The analysis could provide new insights on organizational structures and strategies of various actors, as well as an understanding of economic processe. To describe the actors. In our result, we succeed to identify the main supply chain and the potency of the waste and all input for developing the integrated farming program in Tuban regency. With this result, we able to develop more precise program based on existing input capacity of Tuban regions.
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