2 edition of Suggested agricultural policies for California found in the catalog.
Suggested agricultural policies for California
California. State Board of Agriculture.
1947 by California State Reconstruction and Reemployment Commission in [Sacramento] .
Written in English
|Statement||A report presented by the California State Board of Agriculture, Joint Interim Committee of the California Legislature on Agriculture and Livestock Problems [and] California State Reconstruction and Reemployment Commission. Developed through the collaboration of a qualified group of sponsors, vice sponsors and co-sponsors.|
|Contributions||California. Legislature. Joint Committee on Agriculture and Livestock Problems., California. State Reconstruction and Reemployment Commission.|
|LC Classifications||S451.C2 A5 1947|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 192 p.|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||48045055|
Environmental protection and land management[ edit ] Farm or undeveloped land composes the majority of land in most countries. For instance, subsidies may be given for particular farming methods, forestation, land clearance, or pollution abatement. Many of these were based on the ideas of now discredited Soviet agronomist Trofim Lysenko and his followers. For example, wheat is sold for forty percent below cost. While this has diminished the distortions created by the Common Agricultural Policy, many critics argue that a greater focus on the provision of public goods, such as biodiversity and clean water, is needed.
If high dams are forbidden, then develop aquifer storage to collect runoff. By the end of the year approximately 25, communes had been set up, with an average of 5, households each. Agricultural collectives and other social changes[ edit ] Sending government officials to work in the countryside, Beforepeasants had farmed their own small pockets of land and observed traditional practices—festivals, banquets, and paying homage to ancestors. Much of what developing countries export to the rich world, also comes from industrial corporations. To that end, this document is a roadmap for the State Board.
Dumping rates are approximately forty percent for wheat, between twenty-five and thirty percent for corn maizeapproximately thirty percent for soybeans, fifty-seven percent for cotton, and approximately twenty percent for rice. Industrial agriculture is widely considered to impose social costs through pesticide pollution and nitrate pollution. The population of California is Most European countries have been recognized as free, and countries belonging to the European Union have stopped FMD vaccination.
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