Study On Bumiaji As Agropolitan Hinterland In Batu City


Vivin Retno Damayanthi*, Ir. Budi Sugiarto Waluyo, MSP**,  Ir. Abdul Wahid Hasyim, MSP***.

Abstract

Agropolitan, as one theories of Regional Planning has farming as its basic development, so people especially farmer in a region could fulfill their needs without go to the city. The main purpose of this study is to arrange the land use planning, so it could support the materialized of Bumiaji as Agropolitan Hinterland with horticultures as leading sub sector and apple, potato, mustard green, carrot, cabbage, rose, chrysant, gladiole, and anthurium as leading commodities.
Act of determining developing region on each commodity is decided by analysis such as LQ, Growth-Share, Supply elasticity and Demand elasticity, Availability of commodities, Consumer’s efforts, and Availability of infrastructures and facilities. Apple’s developing region consists of Tulungrejo, Bulukerto, and Sumbergondo. These villages have LQ>1, apple as leading commodity based on Growth-Share analysis, supply elasticity<1, demand elasticity<1. Potato’s developing regions are Tulungrejo and Sumbergondo, both have LQ>1, Growth-Share analysis show that it’s potential commodity, supply elasticity=0, demand elasticity=0. Mustard green developing regions are Pandanrejo and Giripurno, both have LQ>1, supply elasticity<1, and demand elasticity<1.
Developing regions for carrot are Pandanrejo and Giripurno, carrot is leading commodities based on Growth-Share analysis, supply elasticity=0, and demand elasticity=0. Cabbage’s developing regions are Pandanrejo and Giripurno, they have LQ>1, Growth-Share analysis shows that cabbage is leading commodity, supply elasticity=0, and demand elasticity<1. Rose’s consist of Gunungsari and Bumiaji, because they have LQ>1, potential commodity based on Growth-Share analysis, supply elasticity<1, demand elasticity<1. Chrysant’s consist of Gunungsari and Bumiaji, both villages produce its biggest production, LQ>1, potential commodity based on Growth-Share analysis, supply elasticity<1, demand elasticity<1. Gladiole developing regions are Gunungsari and Bumiaji, they have LQ>1, leading commodity based on Growth-Share analysis, supply elasticity=0, demand elasticity=0. Anthurium’s developing regions are Bulukerto and Punten. Both villages LQ>1, leading commodity based on Growth-Share analysis, supply elasticity<1, demand elasticity>1, and the biggest producers of anthurium. Next steps are analyzed the needs of infrastructures and facilities that supporting the activities of horticulture agribusiness on every subsystem at each leading commodities.
After that process, next step is planning. This plan consists of developing plan of horticulture (include infrastructures and facilities that support its developing efforts), and spatial planning which include zoning and land use planning. Land use-planning divide into each commodity and whole land use planning for Bumiaji as Agropolitan Hinterland.

Keywords: Regional Planning, Agropolitan, and Horticultures Agribusiness

Vivin Retno Damayanthi*, student of Departement Of Urban And Regional Planning, Brawijaya University

Ir. Budi Sugiarto Waluyo, MSP**,  lecturer at Departement Of Urban And Regional Planning, Brawijaya University

Ir. Abdul Wahid Hasyim, MSP*** lecturer at Departement Of Urban And Regional Planning, Brawijaya University

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