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Factors Affecting the Productivity of Rice Farmers in Pinrang Regency

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Taqwa, A.A., Uppun, P. and Sabir, 2021. Factors Affecting the Productivity of Rice Farmers in Pinrang Regency. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 2(8), pp.174-180.

Abstract

Based on the formulation of the problem stated earlier, the objectives of this study are:1. To analyze the effect of education on the productivity of rice farmers in Pinrang Regency.2. To analyze the health of rice farmers’ productivity in Pinrang Regency.3. To analyze the effect of land area on the productivity of rice farmers in Pinrang Regency.4. To analyze technology on the productivity of rice farmers in Pinrang Regency. The results of the regression analysis explain the factors that significantly affect the productivity of farmers in Pinrang Regency, including health variables, land area, technology. While the education variable is not significant to the productivity of farmers in Pinrang Regency. Overall, the regression model is used to explain the factors that affect the productivity of rice farmers in Pinrang Regency. This shows that education in this study does not have a significant effect on farmer productivity in Pinrang Regency.

Keywords: productivity, education, health, land area, technology.

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