Identifying Potential Estate Commodity for Agropolitan Development in Ponorogo

Pawana Nur Indah, Zainal Abidin Sam, Effi Damaijati


Agropolitan development concept appear from the gap with urban development as a center of economic activity and growth in the rural areas as agricultural activity center left. Rural areas with agricultural activities, which are always experiencing decline productivity, on the other side of the urban area as a destination market and growth centers receive overload that led to the discomfort caused by the conflict, crime, disease, pollution and poor sanitation neighborhoods. The specific objective of the study was to identify potential estate commodity in supporting agropolitan development. Getting a plate form agribusiness competitiveness through agropolitan using Location Quotien (LQ) Method. The results show that several comodities namely coconut, cocoa, dairy, red onion, which have a high LQ value. Development agropolitan can improve equitable development refers to agricultural revitalization program, given the selected sector is the basis of community activity.


LQ; agropolitan; estate commodity

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