Evaluation of Transitions for Land Functions in Subak Bulan, Mengwi, Badung District

Abstract

Subak is a traditional irrigation organization that has existed in Bali for approximately 1000 years. This traditional institution has a socio-religious pattern based on a high spirit of mutual cooperation. Subak is very effective as a buffer for agricultural development in Bali, which is a noble value that is inherited so it needs to be preserved. Today's developmental development has begun to urge subak culture both elements of war. Pawongan and its weakness. In the subak region of Mengwi Month, land conversion has begun due to several factors. This study aims to find out what factors influence function transfer whether due to water withdrawal, population development, or community behavior / subak krama. The method used is descriptive and correlational and the data is taken from water withdrawal, open debiet, interview using a questionnaire. The results of this study indicate that subak Bulan debiet irrigated irrigated water is highly influenced by the season, so it depends on the discharge of the spring in the subak Bulan region. Water extraction was very detrimental to farmers, function change has occurred in the last five years reaching 5.25 ha caused by several factors including; uptake of water upstream, opening of new roads, opening of housing. This study can be concluded, there is a lack of water in subak Bulan uneven and fluctuating which is influenced by the season. Need to re-plan existing irrigation networks. Water resources need to be maintained, managed wisely and preserved. The government needs to make regulations on water governance, especially in subak Bulan so that there is no conflict of interest in the water user community.

Abstract

Subak is a traditional irrigation organization that has existed in Bali for approximately 1000 years. This traditional institution has a socio-religious pattern based on a high spirit of mutual cooperation. Subak is very effective as a buffer for agricultural development in Bali, which is a noble value that is inherited so it needs to be preserved. Today's developmental development has begun to urge subak culture both elements of war. Pawongan and its weakness. In the subak region of Mengwi Month, land conversion has begun due to several factors. This study aims to find out what factors influence function transfer whether due to water withdrawal, population development, or community behavior / subak krama. The method used is descriptive and correlational and the data is taken from water withdrawal, open debiet, interview using a questionnaire. The results of this study indicate that subak Bulan debiet irrigated irrigated water is highly influenced by the season, so it depends on the discharge of the spring in the subak Bulan region. Water extraction was very detrimental to farmers, function change has occurred in the last five years reaching 5.25 ha caused by several factors including; uptake of water upstream, opening of new roads, opening of housing. This study can be concluded, there is a lack of water in subak Bulan uneven and fluctuating which is influenced by the season. Need to re-plan existing irrigation networks. Water resources need to be maintained, managed wisely and preserved. The government needs to make regulations on water governance, especially in subak Bulan so that there is no conflict of interest in the water user community.

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I Nengah Subagia, I. I. M. L. M. (2019). Evaluation of Transitions for Land Functions in Subak Bulan, Mengwi, Badung District. International Journal of Contemporary Research and Review, 10(02), 20260-20272. https://doi.org/10.15520/ijcrr.v10i02.673
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I Nengah Subagia, I. I. M. L. M. (2019). Evaluation of Transitions for Land Functions in Subak Bulan, Mengwi, Badung District. International Journal of Contemporary Research and Review, 10(02), 20260-20272. https://doi.org/10.15520/ijcrr.v10i02.673

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