Study of Horticultural Farming Income in Women Farmers Group, KedungHalang Village, North Bogor District, Bogor City, West Java Province
The purpose of this study was to analyze the income and efficiency of horticultural farming in the Gemilang Women Farmers Group, KedungHalang Village, with commodities of kale, caisim, and spinach, banana, papaya and avocado, as well as medicinal plants, namely red ginger. The analysis used in this research is the analysis of farm income, R/C ratio analysis, and analysis of B/C (Benefit and Cost) ratio. Primary data were obtained directly by interviewing the Women Farmers Group (KWT) and supported by secondary data from the literature. The research found that KWT Gemilang's income from cash costs was IDR 1,732,389.00 per year with an arable area of 500 m2, with the results of the R / C ratio for cash costs 3.35 and B/C ratio for cash costs 2.35. This means that the KWT Gemilang horticultural farming activities are still feasible to be continued or developed. In order to develop KWT Gemilang, it is recommended that there should be training on good farming records, additional production, as well as digital marketing training for horticultural commodities to increase KWT income.