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Title :地域農業振興における人材育成に貢献する沖縄作物保護ネットワーク
Authors :関根, 健太郎
綱取, 汐音
斎藤, 明莉
諏訪, 竜一
田場, 聡
Authors alternative :Sekine, Ken-Taro
Tsunatori, Shion
Saito, Akari
Suwa, Ryuichi
Taba, Satoshi
Issue Date :31-Dec-2019
Abstract :Agriculture in Okinawa, an area located in the subtropical climate zone, is pest prone owing to the warm and humid climate of the region. While it is possible to produce crops with high market demand using differences in climatic zones—cultivated products varying regionally—, the cultivation system in each location is unique. In addition, there is a paucity of basic academic knowledge to facilitate improvements in agricultural productivity. In order to promote regional agriculture, it is essential to gather technologies and knowledge from universities, national and prefectural research institutions, and private companies, to work together to solve the problems and meet the needs of local producers. It is also crucial to develop leaders to promote regional agriculture development. Therefore, the University of the Ryukyus has established the Okinawa Crop Protection Network, to share information on agricultural issues among industry, academia, and the private sector. The aim is to build a collaborative research network that contributes to regional development, and to use this network as a basis for human resource development to groom local leaders. This paper describes the history and future prospects of this vital network
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :0370-4246
Publisher :琉球大学農学部
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/46992
Citation :琉球大学農学部学術報告 = THE SCIENCE BULLETIN OF THE FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE UNIVERSITY OF THE RYUKYUS no.66 p.71 -79
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