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Academic Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2021, 2(4); doi: 10.38007/AJAS.2021.020402.

The Risk Management of the Main Body of Production and Management in Vegetable Industry


Wang Xiao

Corresponding Author:
Wang Xiao

Jiangsu Vocational College of Agricul and Forestry, Jiangsu, China


China is a country with a large population, which needs to consume a lot of vegetables every year. China's annual output of vegetables has reached 58% of the world's output, and has become the world's largest vegetable production base. With the rapid development of China's economy and the improvement of people's living standards, people's demand for fresh vegetables is higher and higher. All kinds of pollution-free vegetables, green vegetables, are sought after by people. Then vegetable production and management become a huge industry. However, at the same time, there are some contradictions, such as, it is difficult for residents to buy expensive vegetables, farmers' vegetables are not easy to sell, the price is low, and it is difficult to make money. In the long run, this kind of contradiction will cause great harm to our vegetable industry. This paper discusses and analyzes the problems and risks existing in the current vegetable industry, compares and draws lessons from the specific examples and the successful experience of the vegetable industry in developed countries, and makes an objective analysis and comparison by using the specific data such as the total output, total consumption, total export and income of the vegetable growers over the years, pointing out that the vegetable industry in China is facing the current situation Then find out the solution to the risk of vegetable industry in China, upgrade the vegetable industry in China, and improve the income of employees in the vegetable industry chain. Next, we will discuss and analyze the risks of the production and operation of the vegetable industry, and propose solutions for the main risks.


Vegetable Industry, Production and Management, Risk Control, Logistics Cost and Channel

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Wang Xiao. The Risk Management of the Main Body of Production and Management in Vegetable Industry. Academic Journal of Agricultural Sciences (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 4: 14-26. https://doi.org/10.38007/AJAS.2021.020402.


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