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Current Situation and Countermeasure of Modern Agriculture Development in Northeast China

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104922, PP. 1-12

Subject Areas: Human Geography

Keywords: Modern Agricultural Development, Grain Production Capacity, Countermeasure, Northeast China

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Since the implementation of the revitalization strategy, Northeast China has undergone great changes in safeguarding the national grain security and confronted with many problems in developing the modern agriculture. It is necessary to find out measures to promote the development of modern agriculture. The volume of grain production in Northeast China accounts for 19.27% of the whole country and is still on the rise. The proportion of grain crops increases rapidly, and the proportion of non-grain crops continues to decline. The structure of grain crops tends to be dominated by maize, rice, and soybean. The planting structure of the three major grain crops has changed significantly, and maize has an absolute advantage. Confronted with the problems of agricultural science and technology level, infrastructure, market circulation, system and mechanism, Northeast China should take the road of modern agricultural development with local characteristics through regulating the production structure, implementing large-scale operation, building the whole industry chain, making scientific and technological innovation, and preventing risks.

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Liu, W. and He, X. (2018). Current Situation and Countermeasure of Modern Agriculture Development in Northeast China. Open Access Library Journal, 5, e4922. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1104922.

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