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Title: 持続型畑作経営の展開条件(1999年度秋季大会シンポジュウム『北海道農業の持続的発展と経営安定政策』)
Other Titles: The Continuing Development of Field Crop Management(REPORTS AND DISCUSSIONS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY IN 1999: Sustainable Development of Agriculture and Farm Management Stabilization Measures in Hokkaido)
Authors: 山本, 毅1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Yamamoto, Takeshi1
Issue Date: 30-Nov-2001
Publisher: 北海道農業経済学会
Journal Title: 北海道農業経済研究
Volume: 10
Issue: 1
Start Page: 11
End Page: 21
Abstract: The Tokachi and Abashiri areas form the main field crop region in Hokkaido and with the move toward large-scale management, land holdings are predicted to be greater than 40ha in the future. The area of cultivated land in field crops required to meet farm household expenses is increasing and a survey of farms shows an increased interest in enlarging the area of field crop cultivation. To make this possible the formation of a mechanization system suitable for the large-scale management is necessary. Research indicates that increases in low crop profitability cannot be overcome by increased field crop cultivation, even if it reaches 40-50ha. This can be attributed to work competition during spring and fall. The spring competition is between sugar beet transplanting and potato seeding and in the fall it is between the potato and bean harvests. Large-scale field crop management has been improved by the introduction of soybean and red bean harvesters, the automation of sugar beat transplanting, and the establishment of a field crop rotation system. The completion of this new field crop mechanization system will allow for an increase in the area under cultivation and lead to larger agricultural incomes. Although, it is not covered in this report, vegetable production is being added to the field crop management system.
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