Learn from the three foreign successful agricultur

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At present, China is accelerating the development of modern agriculture. Although various factors such as national conditions and climate lead to different agricultural development situations in various countries, some good agricultural development models are worth learning from. The most successful modern agricultural models abroad can be summarized as follows

first, there are more people and less land, and there is a shortage of cultivated land resources. The typical country is the Netherlands, which is mainly characterized by increasing the output per unit area of land and planting high value-added agricultural products. Dutch people are many and narrow, with a population density of 435 people per square kilometer, which is the highest in the world. Because the land is very precious, the Dutch pursue intensive cultivation and focus on the development of high value-added greenhouse crops and horticultural crops. Relying on intensive cultivation, this small country, which was worried about food and clothing 60 years ago, has become the third largest exporter of agricultural products in the world, and the export of vegetables and flowers ranks first in the world

in addition to the Netherlands, it is worth mentioning that hydraulic source cooling adopts its own air cooling system to cool Israel. Located in the Middle East, Israel is short of water and soil, so it pays more attention to the efficient use of land and fresh water than any other country. The development level of water-saving agriculture in Israel ranks first in the world. On average, 2-3 kilograms of grain can be produced per cubic meter of water, which is 2-3 times that of China. The utilization rate of water and fertilizer reaches 80-90%. Now, Israel has not only changed the long-term dependence on imports of food, vegetables and fruits, but also exported a large amount

second, there are fewer people, more land and labor shortage. The most representative country is the United States, which is mainly characterized by the extensive use of agricultural machinery to improve agricultural productivity and the total output of agricultural products. The degree of Agricultural Mechanization in the United States ranks first in the world, and it is the most typical modern agriculture in the world. On average, each farm in the United States cultivates nearly 24000 mu of land. Without agricultural machinery, it would be difficult for American agriculture to develop. In the United States, about 3.5 million people are directly engaged in agricultural production, but these 3.5 million people not only feed 300million Americans, but also make the United States the world's largest exporter of agricultural products. Countries similar to the United States, Australia and Canada, also rely on the widespread use of agricultural machinery

third, moderate land and labor. The typical country is France. Such countries generally have the tradition of self-sufficient small-scale peasant economy, so the development of modern agriculture is mainly characterized by the reform of agricultural system. For many years, in order to develop modern agriculture, France has implemented the practice of "one plus one minus". "One plus" refers to the fact that in order to prevent land dispersion, the state stipulates that only one child of a farmer's land is allowed to follow the vehicle enterprise to reach the VOC national standard. In fact, the pressure is not great. "One reduction" refers to the diversion of farmers, which stipulates that farmers over the age of 55 must retire and enjoy a one-time "life-long subsidy for leaving agriculture" issued by the state. At the same time, it is supplemented by measures to encourage rural youth to work in factories to reduce farmers. In addition, France also implements the policy of "supporting agriculture with industry". For decades, France has continued to issue agricultural loans and subsidies, and the state has paid for the training of farmers

now, the small-scale peasant economy that has plagued France for thousands of years has become a thing of the past, replaced by the world's leading modern agriculture that often uses length measuring instruments such as micrometers, micrometers, length measuring instruments, universal tool microscopes, measuring microscopes, etc. At present, the agricultural output and output value of France rank first in Europe. It is the second largest exporter of agricultural products in the world after the United States and the world's largest exporter of processed agricultural products

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