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Issues of Eco-agricultural Industrialization for Big Qinling Eco-city Cluster

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  • Wang, Dong
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    Firstly, the necessities of ecological agriculture development in Big Qinling Eco-city Cluster were discussed. Then, condition endowment of eco-agricultural industrialization in Big Qinling Eco-city Cluster was analyzed from the aspects of basic conditions and differential endowment of eco-agricultural industrialization. Finally, specific forms and functional orientation of eco-agriculture were pointed out Countermeasures for the eco agricultural industrialization in Big Qinling Eco-city Cluster were put forward. Firstly, the government guidance and the media publicity should be strengthened. Secondly, financial support for the eco-agricultural industrialization in Big Qinling Eco-city Cluster should be enhanced. Thirdly, branding strategies of eco-agricultural products in Big Qinling Eco-city Cluster should be implemented as soon as possible.

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    Article provided by USA-China Science and Culture Media Corporation in its journal Asian Agricultural Research.

    Volume (Year): 03 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 08 (August)

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    Handle: RePEc:ags:asagre:121280
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