Restriction of the Marginal Land Sugarcane Farmers in Indonesia
Some of the conclusions in this study were as follows: 1) Land in the study can be classified into four classifications; normal, marginal, very marginal and critical. 2) Land with the normal condition was 173 ha or 20, 69% of all the land in the research setting so that the rest of nearly 80% was marginal land, very marginal and critical. 3) Cane farmers could be classified into five groups: cane farmers traders, intermediaries cane farmers, big tenant cane farmers, landowners of small cane farmers and small tenant cane farmers.
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