The issue of competitive demand, market dumping, poor material (material) nature, geographical factors, socio-cultural factors, prejudicial factors, unsupportive means, high costs, including management, employee and management factors, more consumer space, and choice dumping are among the factors that can be a stumbling block to make this effort unworthy and can provide losses in various sectors.
From an economic point of view, there is a probability of a shock of fluctuations in the price of goods, and the volume of production is based on demand and dumping. However, from the research done, the above-mentioned issues can occur at a small percentage. The above can only happen for other reasons such as seasonal revenue collection which occurs due to simultaneous production of produce, making the workforce scarce. However, if we are aware of and implement the initial preparations, it can be overcome. Under any circumstances for the produce, and, this spice cultivation effort has its own uniqueness. The harvest is not in the form of consumer goods such as rubber, there is still artificial rubber, palm oil, has a lot of competitive harvests, at times large with various factors of rejection and prejudicial campaigns that end in the market clash, price fluctuations, to monopoly and manipulation.
This is in contrast to the production and products of spices since we have never heard of anything that can hit the spice harvest. If anything, it is more about the consumer satisfaction technique factor in terms of quality and quantity of the product.
In fact, the price of spices in the market has continued to rise - this is supported by the growing use of spices in the sector of need for health and consumer well-being.
In addition to these factors, geographic background, where spices are able to survive is also one of the main factors that can be the support and driving force of this effort.
Even if there is an effort to implement this program in a geographical background different from the natural background, the cost factor and suitability of the harvest, quality, and various other factors will affect the harvest that the user needs, the harvest will probably have a significant impact in terms of aroma, taste, and content.
Based on geographical factors, we also do not rule out the possibility of a background issue of growth suitability due to the factors of the height of the area from the sea level, THE DISTRIBUTION OF RAIN, AND THE SHAPE OF THE SOIL, BUT SPICES MAY BE DIFFICULT TO GROW IN AREAS OTHER THAN THE EQUATOR AREA, AND TROPICAL CLIMATE, AS WELL AS THE FOUR-SEASON AREA, AND THE DESERT AREA.
We only need hard work, confidence, and appropriate techniques to implement spice farming, while other factors are already available by geographical background. The best factor and strong support are coming from the needs of consumers as well as the continued expansion of consumerism.
The most important readiness is the continuous effort, as we develop rubber and palm commodity agriculture, with various efforts over the decades.
If the human resource factor is a factor that we still have a choice, whether it is through technology or the culture of work, production, and bringing in foreign workers, the only thing that is different is that the management of this spice agriculture is slightly different from other existing agriculture whether it is commodity crops, fast crop, and annual.