Research on Grade Renewing of Cultivated Land at County Level:A Case Study of Daxing District, Beijing

To create a scientific way to renew the grades of cultivated land at county level, monitoring points were set up according to the monitoring control regions and grade types of cultivated land in Daxing District, Beijing, and soil samples were collected to carry out chemical analysis. Afterwards, the input and output data of cultivated land in each village were surveyed to renew the grades of cultivated land. The results indicate that the average natural grade of cultivated land was 8.4, which was equal to that of 2004; the average utilization grade was 8.1, which was slightly higher than that of 2004; the average economic grade was 9.9, which was lower than that of 2004. It is concluded that it is scientific to renew cultivated land grades through scientifically setting monitoring points according to the monitoring control regions and grade types of cultivated land.


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Issue Date:
2012-12
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/144783
Published in:
Asian Agricultural Research, Volume 04, Issue 12
Page range:
55-65
Total Pages:
7




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