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Comparison of Productivity, Lowland Rice Farming, Cocoa Farming
This study entitled: Comparative analysis of the productivity of lowland rice and cocoa plantations in Kandeapi Village, Lembang Sarapeang, Rembon District, Tana Toraja Regency, which aims to analyze the comparison of lowland rice and cocoa productivity which is profitable for farmers. The data collection technique used in this study was a field research method by interviewing 30 respondent farmers. The analytical method used in this research is descriptive, productivity comparison, and the two-average difference test with a small sample (n < 30). The results showed that the productivity of lowland rice farming was less than one. This means that the input used in lowland rice farming is more than the output produced by respondent farmers, meaning that lowland rice farming suffers losses. While the productivity of cocoa farming is greater than one, it means that the input used in cocoa farming is smaller than the output produced by the respondent farmers, this means that cocoa farming is profitable for farmers. According to the results of the two different tests on average, it shows that there is a difference in productivity, which means that the results of lowland rice farming and cocoa farming results.