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Sustainable agriculture models and its influence on agriculture industry modernization in China

Sustainable agriculture models and its influence on agriculture industry modernization in China

Research of Agricultural Modernization 27(5): 340-344

This article discusses the basic concept of agricultural development based on the description of modern agriculture. Differences between conventional and sustainable agriculture are described.

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