International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Dissertation Chapters | Agronomy | Indonesia | Volume 5 Issue 7, July 2016


Deployment of Smallholder Cocoa Farms on Various Land Systems in Luwu Regency

M. Shaifullah Sasmono | Kahar Mustari | Laode Asrul [2] | Sumbangan Baja [2]


Abstract: Land System, introduced by Christian and Stewart (1968), is based on ecological principles which consider that a close relationship exists between rock types, hydroclimate, landform, soil, and organisms. Locations categorized in the same land system will have same ecological combinations or similar environment. Therefore, the land system is not something that is unique to one place (specific location), but can be found anywhere with the same characteristics of the environment. This study aims to investigate the deployment of smallholders cocoa plantations on the various land systems based on rePProt approach on six districts of cocoa production centers in Luwu.11 land systems were determined spread in six districts in Luwu namely the BBG, BKN, BMS, GJO, KHY, KJP, KNJ, LBS, SMD, TTG and WTE. The BBG (Bukit Balang) is the land system dominates the study sites, it deploys particularly in the district of Bupon, Larompong and South Larompong. Similarly, TTG (Tebing Tinggi) is the land system found in the district of west Suli and Larompong and BMS (Bukit Masung) is the land system that deploys in the district of Suli, Larompong and Bupon.


Keywords: Cocoa, Land Systems, rePPProt


Edition: Volume 5 Issue 7, July 2016,


Pages: 1839 - 1842

Deployment of Smallholder Cocoa Farms on Various Land Systems in Luwu Regency


How to Cite this Article?

M. Shaifullah Sasmono, Kahar Mustari, Laode Asrul, Sumbangan Baja, "Deployment of Smallholder Cocoa Farms on Various Land Systems in Luwu Regency", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART2016538, Volume 5 Issue 7, July 2016, 1839 - 1842, #ijsrnet

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