Analysis of cabbage production in Batunya Village, Baturiti Sub-district, Tabanan Regency

  • Ni Nyoman Supiatni Politeknik Negeri Bali
  • Sagung Mas Suryaniadi Politeknik Negeri Bali


Generally, people make use cabbage as mixed ingredients in making soup, capcay, etc, and it is consumed raw as lalapan.  The variety of cooks that can be mixed with cabbage causing the increasing of cabbage needs.  In addition, the change in people’s life style from the instant towards the healthy life style has impact on the increasing of vegetables consumption.  Healthy life style does not only need protein and calorie but it also needs vitamin and mineral consist in vegetables and fruits.  The increasing needs of vegetable causing the increasing of the selling price and this is an opportunity and potential to make profit for the vegetable cultivator.  Purpose of this research is to find out the feasibility of cabbage cultivation business, production analysis, and needed investment. Subject or respondent in this research are the cabbage cultivator in Batunya Village, Baturiti Sub-district, Tabanan Regency, with respondent amount of 12 people.  This research is carried out by using interview and survey methods.  Data collected consists of the primary and secondary data.  The primary data related to the social economy condition and the condition of the business until today is collected through interview and filling in the questionnaire directly.  The secondary data is obtained from the Head of Village office, Baturiti Sub-district in Number, and the Central Bureau of Statistics of Tabanan Regency, and other references related to the research.  This research result is expected to become a reference for people in performing business in cabbage cultivation field, and it is able to increase the production and working productivity to the farmer.


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Mar 13, 2020
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SUPIATNI, Ni Nyoman; SURYANIADI, Sagung Mas. Analysis of cabbage production in Batunya Village, Baturiti Sub-district, Tabanan Regency. Proceedings, [S.l.], p. 105-112, mar. 2020. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 20 may 2024.