Paddy, maize, soybeans, peanuts, green beans, cassava, and sweet potatoes are among the food crops grown in Indonesia’s Banten Province. Temperature and rainfall are thought to be intimately related to the production of these food crops. The goal of the study was to learn about the temperature and rainfall patterns, as well as the possibilities for growing food crops. The researcher employed the Gumbel method to project temperature and rainfall in order to attain this goal. The findings of the investigation suggest that the temperature rises by 0.13oC per year, with 39.14 mm of rainfall. Banten Province still has potential for paddy, maize, and cassava production based on projected temperature and rainfall increases over the next 25 years. When it comes to the area and productivity of each of these types of plants, Lebak Regency has the most potential for paddy production, while Pandeglang Regency has the most potential for maize development.
Department of Physics, Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa, Serang, Indonesia.