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先進産地の取り組みから見た認証制度の活用策 : ブロッコリ特別栽培とGLOBALGAPへの取り組みを対象に

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Title: 先進産地の取り組みから見た認証制度の活用策 : ブロッコリ特別栽培とGLOBALGAPへの取り組みを対象に
Other Titles: Introduction Effects of Certification Standards of Agriculture Observed in an Advanced Producing District
Authors: 平石, 学1 Browse this author
白井, 康裕2 Browse this author
濱村, 寿史3 Browse this author
Authors(alt): HIRAISHI, Gaku1
SHIRAI, Yasuhiro2
HAMAMURA, Toshifumi3
Issue Date: 31-Aug-2018
Publisher: 北海道農業経済学会
Journal Title: フロンティア農業経済研究
Journal Title(alt): The Frontiers of Agricultural Economics
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
Start Page: 97
End Page: 105
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to examine introduction effects of certification standards of cultivation and management of agricultural production proceses by means of a case study of a Broccoli-producing district in Hokkaido. The main findings are as follows. 1)Production costs per area under the certification standards were higher, because of increases in work time and material costs such as weeding,crop maintenance, learning, and record keping. However, production costs per head did not increase, as yields under the certification standards were higher than the ordinarily grown product. 2)The price received by farmers under certification standards was higher than the ordinarily grown. Further, there were also price increases in the ordinarily grown. 3)Higher evaluation from the market was achieved through optimum use of fertilizer and chemicals with the standards of the specially cultivated agricultural products, and so achieving the response to customer demands with standard of GLOBAL G.A.P.
Type: article
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