Survey Analysis of Ponds Aquaculture Development Trend in West Java Province
Asian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Research,
The fishery sector has a strategic role in national development. West Java is one of the areas with the highest fisheries sector because it has abundant fisheries resources and commodities, so that West Java Province is one of the aquaculture sectors in Indonesia. Ponds are a culture medium for freshwater fisheries that dominate most of the production in West Java Province. The purpose of this study is to analyze the development trend of ponds aquaculture competitiveness in the regency/city of West Java Province. The study was conducted in November 2020 – June 2021. The method used was a literature survey to determine the development trend of aquaculture in ponds in West Java Province. The data obtained in the form of primary data and secondary data were analyzed descriptively. Primary data in the form of expert opinions as many as 20 people consisting of nine lecturers from the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Padjadjaran University and 11 employees of the Department of Marine and Fisheries of West Java Province. Secondary data is in the form of aquaculture statistical data in ponds with the main indicators, namely human resources, facilities, facilities and infrastructure, production, and Science and Technology with time series data from 2004 – 2019 Department of Marine and Fisheries of West Java Province. The results showed that the trend of fisheries competitiveness in 2004 – 2019 illustrates that the movement of ponds aquaculture development in the regency/city of West Java Province is experiencing fluctuating changes, seen from the development of aquaculture production from year to year experiencing positive changes.
- West Java
- aquaculture in ponds
- human resources
- science and technology
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