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Comprehensive Evaluation on Agricultural Structure and Correlation of Agricultural Internal Structure— A Case of Yimeng Mountainous Area

Zhe Wu and Jian-jian Xu

Asian Agricultural Research, 2011, vol. 03, issue 01

Abstract: According to the relevant data from Chinese Statistical Yearbook, the overall agricultural structure and the internal structure of agriculture in Yimeng Mountain area are analyzed. The status quo of the agricultural and the internal structure of agriculture in Yimeng Mountain area are analyzed through the method of comprehensive appraisal of the improved factors. The safety coefficient of the comprehensive appraisal is from 2.626 696 to 4.987 546,which is exclude in the safety extent, so it needs adjusting. At the same time, the internal relations of the internal structure of agriculture in Yimeng Mountain area are studied by using the relativity analysis. The overall agricultural structure of Yimeng Mountain area is in negative correlation to planting structure and forestry structure, and in positive correlation to livestock breeding industry; the plating structure is in negative correlation to livestock breeding structure and in positive correlation to forestry structure and the forestry structure is in negative correlation to livestock breeding structure.

Keywords: Yimeng Mountain area; Agricultural structure; Comprehensive appraisal method; Correlation; China; Agribusiness (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
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