The application of Integrated Crop
Management (ICM) technology in rice by farmers in
Majalengka District is not yet as expected, therefore this
study aimed to: (1) describe the level of ICM technology
adoption, (2) analyze the factors that influence the
adoption of ICM, (3) find strategies to increase the
adoption of ICM technology. This survey research was
conducted in Cigasong Sub-district. The research sample
was determined by following the Isaac & Michael formula
with total of 45 people from a population of 125 people.
Data were collected through direct interviews using a
questionnaire containing statements for each variable.
Before being used to collect data, the questionnaire was
tested for its validity and reliability. The data were then
analyzed in two ways; based on descriptive statistics, to
explain the performance of research variables, and
multiple linear regression to analyze the factors that
influence adoption. The results of the study were: (1) most
of the respondents (44.45%) were elderly of 56-78 years,
elementary school education level (71.11%), had farming
experience over 27 years, and owned narrow land area
with an average of 0.39 ha ; (2) in general the adoption of
ICM in Cigasong Sub-district has reached 61.60 percent,
influenced by the capacity of farmers and the
characteristics of innovation; (3) formulation of strategies
to accelerate the adoption of ICM, namely; (1)
formulation of strategies to increase adoption which are;
choosing the right agricultural innovation according to
the needs of farmers, choosing effective extension
methods, and optimizing the role of extension.
Keywords : Integrated Crop Management, Farmer, Rice,, Linear Regression.