STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN BUDIDAYA IKAN KERAPU DALAM KERAMBA JARING APUNG DI KABUPATEN SITUBONDO

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Sri Sukari Agustina

Abstract

Penelitian ini bertujuan mengkaji potensi budidaya ikan kerapu, mengkaji dan memecahkan permasalahan, dan merumuskan strategi pengembangan budidaya ikan kerapu dalam Keramba Jaring Apung yang sesuai di Kabupaten Situbondo. Metode penelitian adalah metode survei. pengumpulan data primer dengan cara observasi, penyebaran kuisioner, wawancara dan FGD (Focus Group Discussion). Pengumpulan data sekunder diperoleh dari berbagai instansi pemerintah yang terkait. Analisis data menggunakan analisis deskriptif kuantitatif dan analisis SWOT. Hasil potensi budidaya ikan kerapu dalam keramba jaring apung di Kabupaten Situbondo didapatkan bahwa pada tahun 2008 luas lahan untuk keramba jaring apung 5.778 m2, rata-rata volume produksi dari tahun 2003-2008 sebesar 39,65 ton dan kondisi perairan Klatakan Kecamatan Kendit Kabupaten Situbondo lebih mendukung untuk kegiatan pengembangan budidaya ikan kerapu dalam keramba jaring apung. Penentuan strategi pengembangan budidaya ikan kerapu dalam keramba jaring apung di Kabupaten Situbondo berada pada posisi Kuadran I (mendukung kebijakan pertumbuhan yang agresif), alternatif strategi pertama yang dapat diterapkan berdasarkan skala prioritas strategi yaitu alternatif strategi peningkatan kapasitas prod...Continue Reading

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