Study on Problems Faced by Xinjiang Organic Producers and Solutions
AbstractPresently the behavioral features of the organic producers could be concluded as the fact that they are quite confident of the prospects for organic agriculture, while heavily dependent on the guidance and support of the local governments; are in great demand for technological innovation, while in the distinguished intimacy and poor pricing capacity. Such problems as low economic benefit, the imperfect marketing network and serious external economy, are threatening the healthy development of organic agriculture in Xinjiang. In this essay, it is suggested that the government should, taking full advantage of its rich natural resources, pay great attention to the organic development in the local region; establish an efficient organic marketing network; apply the innovation mechanism as a proper compensation for the external economy; promote organic circle economy.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by European Association of Agricultural Economists in its series 105th Seminar, March 8-10, 2007, Bologna, Italy with number 7855.
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organic agriculture; problems; policy inspiration; Xinjiang; Farm Management;
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