• Gunawan Prayitno
  • Lily Montarcih Limantara
  • Achmad Tjachja Nugraha
  • Chairul Maulidi
  • Shely L. Jahra


supply chain, social relation, participation, social capital


This study was conducted to determine the development of patchouli plants, based on market price analysis (supply chain analysis) and social factors (social capital) analysis. Social capital analyzes the rate of participation (ROP), density and centrality. The result of supply chain analysis showed that farmers sell the product directly to the refiners. The price varies between Rp 1,500 - Rp 5,000 for wet patchouli, while the dry patchouli is Rp 10,000. The rate of participation (ROP) indicates that farmers in Jombok and Tanggaran Village belong to moderate category (join in three institutions), and Pakel Village is in the lower category (only join in one institution). The result of the density analysis shows that the village of Jombok and Tanggaran have a high density. This means that the relationships among the respondents in these two villages are very close, where Pakel Village has a moderate density indicating a distant relationship among the respondents. The centrality analysis shows that the village of Jombok and Tanggaran have a high degree of centrality and the village of Pakel has a moderate degree of centrality. The relationship between the economic and social aspects of patchouli agriculture can be seen in the pr




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Gunawan Prayitno, Lily Montarcih Limantara, Achmad Tjachja Nugraha, Chairul Maulidi, & Shely L. Jahra. (2019). PATCHOULI PLANT DEVELOPMENT IN TRENGGALEK REGENCY . GEOMATE Journal, 16(53), 95–100. Retrieved from

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