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Academic Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2021, 2(1); doi: 10.38007/AJAS.2021.020105.

Coupling Relationship between the Changes of Citrus Planting Structure and the Development of Regional Agricultural Economy in South China


Tao Wang

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Tao Wang

Heilongjiang University of Technology, Heilongjiang, China


The purpose of this article is to explore the coupling relationship between the change of planting structure of the citrus industry and the development of regional agricultural economy under the research of the continuous development of planting technology and industrial form, update the concepts and concepts, and promote the continuous development of the citrus industry chain with a cluster development model. Rich and perfect. This article will use specific research methods to analyze specific problems, compare data and draw conclusions. Through theoretical innovation, farewell to the extensive planting model, combined with regional economic characteristics, cultivate new planting methods. The results of the study show that the output of citrus in 2018 increased by 13.76 million tons from 2012, from 26.45 million tons in 2012 to 40.21 million tons in 2018. Among the many fruit productions, it is still relatively large. Therefore, according to the analysis of different planting structures, the model is used to determine the impact of the impact of crop yield changes on the crop planting structure, crop industry, other industries, and even the economic society, providing valuable experience for the research and application of citrus cultivation and regional agricultural economy.


Planting Structure, Regional Agriculture, Citrus Industry, Coupling Relationship

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Tao Wang. Coupling Relationship between the Changes of Citrus Planting Structure and the Development of Regional Agricultural Economy in South China. Academic Journal of Agricultural Sciences (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 1: 53-64.  https://doi.org/10.38007/AJAS.2021.020105.


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