LEARNING OF DEVELOPED COUNTRIES’ MODERN AGRICULTURE AND ENLIGHTENMENTS ON CHINA ITSELF

Mo HU, Le LUO

Abstract


With the acceleration of human’s “Science and Technology Rejuvenation", more Breakthroughs have been made in the research area of high-tech agriculture around the world. Therefore, Chinese agriculture not only needs to be generalized in all-dimensions with modern features, but also requires innovations in the new-born post-industry. The thesis summarizes the current situation about Chinese modern agriculture combined with foreign experiences, so as to probe into the problems and find out relevant solutions in modern agriculture practice.
Key words: Modern Agriculture, Foreign Experiences, Enlightenment

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Modern Agriculture, Foreign Experiences, Enlightenment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.mse.1913035X20070102.007

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