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July NTP Recorded 107.9% – Radar Palembang

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Head of BPS Sumsel, Zulkipli

PALEMBANG RADAR – The Farmer’s Exchange Rate (NTP) of South Sumatra Province in July 2021 was recorded at 107.90, an increase of 0.95 percent compared to the NTP of the previous month.

“Based on the results of monitoring rural prices in 96 sub-districts spread across 12 districts in South Sumatra in July 2021, South Sumatra’s NTP rose 0.95 percent compared to June’s FTT, from 106.88 to 107.90,” said the Head of BPS South Sumatra. , Zulkipli.

The increase in NTP, according to Zukipli, was influenced by the Price Index Received by Farmers (It) which increased by an average of 0.98 percent, while the average Index Paid by Farmers (Ib) only increased by 0.04 percent.

NTP also shows the exchange power (termtrade) of agricultural products with goods and services consumed as well as for production costs. The higher the NTP, the relatively stronger the level of ability/purchasing power of farmers.

He added that the increase in FTT in July 2021 was influenced by the increase in FTT in the Horticulture sub-sector by 1.66 percent, Plantation 1.53 percent, Livestock 0.65 percent and Aquaculture by 0.90 percent.

Meanwhile, he continued, other sub-sectors that experienced a decline were Food Crops by 1.31 percent, Fisheries by 0.20 percent and Capture Fisheries by 0.94 percent.

The increase in NTP in July 2021 was due to the price index of agricultural products experiencing an average price increase of 0.98 percent, while the index paid by farmers in general only increased by an average of 0.04 percent.

The increase in FTT in July 2021 was influenced by the increase in FTT in the Horticulture sub-sector by 1.66 percent, Plantation 1.53 percent, Livestock 0.65 percent and Aquaculture 0.90 percent. Meanwhile, other sub-sectors that experienced a decline were Food Crops by 1.31 percent, Fisheries by 0.20 percent and Capture Fisheries by 0.94 percent.

In detail, first, he said, the Food Crops Subsector (NTPP), in July 2021 there was a 1.31 percent decline in NTPP. The decrease in IT in July 2021 was due to a decrease in the average price index in the rice group of 1.27 percent.

Where, he continued, from 95.85 to 94.63 and the palawija group (especially corn and green beans) decreased by 1.24 percent or from 107.11 to 105.78.

Second, continued Zulkipli, the Horticulture Subsector (NTPH) rose by 1.66 percent. This happened because It experienced an average price increase of 1.59 percent, while the average price of Ib decreased by 0.06 percent.

The increase in IT July 2021 was due to the increase in the prices of various vegetable commodities (especially green onions, cabbage/cabbage and tomatoes) which increased by an average of 4.45 percent, the fruit group (especially oranges, sapodilla and papaya) rose by 0 .19 percent and the Medicinal Plants group (especially turmeric and basil) by 1.60 percent.

Third, he said, the People’s Plantation Sub-sector (NTPR), in July 2021, NTPR rose by 1.53 percent. This is because the average It increased by 1.57 percent, while the average Ib only increased by 0.04 percent.

The increase in IT in July 2021 was due to the increase in the index price of the community plantation crop group, which almost all experienced an increase (especially cloves, coconuts and areca nut) which increased by 1.57 percent on average.

Fourth, said Zulkipli, the Livestock Subsector (NTPT), in July 2021, NTPT will increase by 0.65 percent. The increase in IT in July 2021 was due to the increase in average IT that occurred in almost all groups, namely large livestock by 3.50 percent (buffaloes and beef cattle), small livestock by 3.94 percent (sheep/sheep and goats) and livestock 0.75 percent (especially broiler eggs), while poultry decreased by 2.73 percent (especially broilers and layer chickens).

Fifth, he said, the Fisheries Subsector (NTNP), in July 2021, NTNP fell by 0.20 percent. The decrease in IT in July 2021 was due to a decrease in the index in the capture fisheries group (especially snapper, pomfret and sea shrimp) which decreased by 0.90 percent on average.

Meanwhile, he continued, the aquaculture group (especially baung, tilapia and freshwater catfish) experienced an average increase in IT of 0.90 percent.

Sixth, he said, the Fishing Group (NTN), in July 2021, NTN fell by 0.94 percent. The decrease in the average It price of 0.90 percent was caused by the decrease in It that occurred in fishing in marine waters.

Where, the average price dropped by 1.29 percent (especially snapper, pomfret and shrimp), while the catch in public waters the average price increased by 1.06 percent (especially papuyu/papaya, cork/haruan and seluang ).

Seventh, he said, the Fish Cultivation Group (NTPi), in July 2021, NTPi increased by 0.90 percent. The increase in the average It price of 0.90 percent was due to the 2.16 percent increase in the average It price in the freshwater aquaculture group (especially baung, tilapia and freshwater catfish), while the brackish water culture group did not change.

Meanwhile, the average price for Ib in general did not change, because the difference in the decline in the average Ib price in the household group was almost equal to the increase in the BPPBM group. (crowd)

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