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A study on the role of local government in supporting of organic farming systems


Science Reports of Faculty of Agriculture, Kobe University 24(1): 23-36
A study on the role of local government in supporting of organic farming systems
The paper deals with the development of the organic farming movement in Japan and the need to establish an integrated system involving local government, agricultural cooperatives, agricultural extension and consumer groups, in order to promote regional development of organic farming.

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