Agricultural Problems Food is a basic need for humans. One of the food sources comes from agricultural and plantation products. Indonesia, which is an agricultural country, should be able to supply agricultural and plantation commodities to the international community. Or at least capable of realizing the country's food sovereignty. In addition, it is hoped that the state will be able to create a modern, efficient agricultural system and the state has also been able to guarantee the welfare of the farmers. However, in reality the condition of agriculture in Indonesia is still very behind when compared to other agricultural countries. The depletion of land, the existence of agrarian conflicts, an ancient agricultural system, and the lack of interest in the younger generation to become farmers are serious problems currently facing Indonesia. A serious problem in agriculture that is currently facing Indonesia is land reduction. The reduction of land that is happening in Indonesia at this time is largely the result of the development that is being intensively carried out by the government. Whether it's development in industry, housing, or even in infrastructure. With reduced land, the amount of domestic agricultural production will decrease. In addition, if an area that was originally an agricultural area is used as an industrial area, it will cause other problems, namely the damage to the surrounding environment due to the waste products of production tools used by industry. This is also exacerbated by the lack of awareness by some parties about the importance of sustainable development for the Indonesian state. Realizing this, nowadays many people are starting to reject the conversion of land from agricultural areas to industrial areas. However, many of the people who reject the development of industrial estates are criminalized or have received violence from certain individuals. This problem is often referred to as agrarian conflict. One of the current agrarian conflicts is in Kulon Progo, Yogyakarta Special Region. In Kulon Progo since 2017, some local residents and farmers have rejected the government's plan to build an international airport in their area. The conflict did not only involve farmers and PT Angkasa Pura I, but also involved the police and military. It is not uncommon for violence to occur in these agrarian conflicts. Another example of agrarian conflict in Indonesia is the conflict over the establishment of a cement factory in Kendeng which resulted in the death of an activist named Patmi mother. Another problem that becomes the government's homework is the agricultural system in Indonesia which is still very conventional. The majority of farmers in Indonesia still use traditional methods in cultivating their agricultural land. In addition, agricultural policies in Indonesia are also felt to be less supportive of farmers. When compared to Thailand and Vietnam, Indonesia can be said to have lost badly in the field of agricultural policy and technology. In Vietnam the government guarantees that farmers will definitely get a profit of at least 30 percent of the total production cost. Meanwhile, Thailand already has 27 rice research centers which aim to create superior seeds that have better quality and durability than ordinary rice seeds. With the depletion of land and the lack of government attention in agriculture, it is not surprising that the interest of the younger generation to become farmers is decreasing from time to time. Apart from that, the assumption that being a farmer cannot guarantee a prosperous life is also one of the factors triggering this problem. Indeed, we cannot refute this assumption at this time. Considering that the price of agricultural commodities is very unstable and there is no guarantee that the harvest will always be satisfactory and can cover the planting capital is a reality that exists in society. The problem in agriculture has become a classic problem in Indonesia. It is time for the government to take concrete action to overcome this problem so that the nation's aspiration to realize food sovereignty can be achieved again. And so that there will be no more reason for the younger generation to say proudly that they aspire to become a farmer.