Agricultural management efforts must be conducted consistently in order to achieve production. The sharia economic model with a profit-sharing mechanism is one approach in agricultural management. This study’s Islamic economic model is a profit-sharing system based on the “maro” (half share) and “mertelu” (third share) approaches. Farmers on the Serang Regency’s coastline coast were studied in order to investigate this. The goal of the study was to learn about the sharia economic ideas of “maro” and “mertelu.” During the harvest season, field observations will be used to attain this goal. Starting with the threshing of grain and ending with milling, the evaluation is carried out using the “maro” and “mertelu” profit-sharing systems. The study’s findings reveal that the ideas of “maro” and “mertelu” are consistent with the Mudharabah agreement. The profit-sharing mechanism used in the maro and mertelu cultures can help families earn more money. The mudrabah legislation is a contract in which the owner or management of a specific wealth or stock offers it to another party in order to form a partnership.
Department of Economy, Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University, Serang, Indonesia.
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