DINDA RACHMA RIA

PUTRI DUMAYANTI SILALAHI

RAVINA FATMA NAZARETHA

SAHNIDA GOLFRIT SILALAHI

SEPTI DHARMA P SAGALA

TRESIA VERONICA SIRAIT

YUMEINA HINENO
PLANNING
Planning is the primary function of
management
Planning is usually interpreted as a process
to develop a strategy to achieve desired
objectives, to solve problems, and to
facilitate action (Mitchell, 2002)
OVERVIEW OF THE PLANNING
Advantage of Planning
1. The activities will be organized that directed toward the
achievement of targets
2. Shows the need for change in the future
3. Answering the questions: "What would happen if ...?"
4. Provide a basis or foundation for monitoring
5. Encouraging people give achievement (as possible)
6. Inviting people / section / unit to view the company as a whole
7. Enlarge and balance the utilization of facilities
8. Help a manager achieve the status / position of the company
in accordance with the expected target.
STAGES TO PLANNING:
1. Describe the relevant issues
2. Try to achieve descriptions of activities that will be
implemented
3. Analysis and classification obtaines description
4. Set planning premises and against barriers
5. Determine alternative plans
6. Select the plan proposed
7. Set sequences and detailed timing for the proposed
plan
8. Carry out checks on the progress of the proposed plan
EXAMPLE
PLANNING IN
AGRICULTURal
TECHNOLOGY
PLANT CULTIVATION OF CORN PLANNING
Seed
preparation
Processing
plant
medium
Cultivation
techniques
Preservation
cultivate
A. SEED PREPARATION

1. Seed Requirements
High-grade, genetic good quality, physical and
physiology. Derived from high-yielding varieties of seeds
(power grows large, pure, does not contain dirt, not
polluted from pests and diseases). Seeds are guaranteed
certified seed.
2. Seed Preparation
Take large cob of corn. Cobs are picked after the expiry
of mature physiology. Cob are peeled and dried. Of dry
cobs, take the middle of seeds.
3. Seed Treatment
Before the seeds are planted, should be mixed with
fungicides, especially if it suspects an fungi attack

B. PROCESSING PLANT MEDIUM
Minimum Tillage
The minimum soil tillage (mimimum
tillage). Cultivated land is only part
of the root zone candidates with
appropriate humidity and
temperature for plant growth and
development.
Zero Tillage
Often called no-tillage (TOT).
Sowing seeds in the former wetland
without first tillage, to take
advantage of soil moisture.
C. CULTIVATION TECHNIQUES
1. Determination of crop patterns
intercropping
multiple cropping
relay cropping
mixed cropping
2. Manufacturing planting hole
Planting hole made with a drill depth of 3-5 cm, each hole
filled with 1 grain seed.
3. How to planting
When planting in the soil moist and not stagnant.
4. Other
In irrigated land, corn planted in the dry season. In rainfed,
planted at the end of the rainy season. On dry land, planted
early in the rainy season and the end of the rainy season.
D. PRESERVATION CULTIVATE
Spacing
and
stitching
Clearing
Landfill
Fertilization
irrigation
and
watering
controlling
the pest
and
disease
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