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Cultivation

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 2: Zero Hunger

Organizations relating to Cultivation

International Violet Association
International Network for the Improvement of Banana and Plantain / Est. 1984
Genetic Resources Center / Est. 1989
Regional Cooperative Program for the Technological Development and Modernization of Coffee Cultivation in Central America, Panama, Dominican Rep and Jamaica
International Sprout Growers Association / Est. 1989
West Indies Sugarcane Breeding and Evaluation Network
International Hop Growers' Convention / Est. 1950
Latin American Coffee Growers Solidarity Front
Asia and Pacific Seed Association / Est. 1994
Committee of Professional Wine Growers of the EC / Est. 1959
Union of EEC Rice Growers / Est. 1963
International Euphorbia Society / Est. 2005
International Mushroom Society for the Tropics / Est. 1980
Association to Fight Hunger in the World
Green Belt Project for the North African Countries
Trees for the Future / Est. 1989
Federation of Coffee Growers of Central America / Est. 1945
Réseau africain pour la micropropagation des plantes, Burundi
Federation of Coffee Growers of America / Est. 1945
Seeding the Network / Est. 1990
Sempervivum Society / Est. 1970
Multimedia Network of European Wine-Producing Regions
Global Biosaline Network
International Tobacco Growers Union / Est. 1952
International Olive Oil Federation / Est. 1934

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World Problems relating to Cultivation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Cannabis crops
Inappropriate tree plantations
Underdevelopment of forestry industry
Unsustainable cultivation of long-lifed trees
Deliberately unused farm fields
Battery hens
Threatened agricultural wildlife habitats
Maldistribution of agricultural land
Depersonalization of responsibility
Uneconomical small farms
Declining breeds of cultivated plants
Degradation of cultivated land systems
Seasonal fluctuations in food production
Unsustainable agricultural development
Threatened seasonal wetland habitats on agricultural land
Excessive use of land for agriculture
Deforestation of mountainous regions
Cultivation of illegal drugs
Banned cultivation of plant species
Environmental hazards from rice production
Threatened habitats of shelterbelts
Threatened artificial wetland habitats
Fragmented agricultural development
Threatened habitats on seeded grazing lands
Undeveloped irrigation system

Action Strategies relating to Cultivation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Renewing local economy
Stabilizing shifting agriculture
Planting forests for carbon sequestration
Cultivating appreciation of cultural heritage
Harvesting domestic fuel sources
Conserving vulnerable vegetable germplasm
Growing cash crops
Growing crops
Planting productive fruit trees
Preserving genetic diversity in cultivated plants
Cultivating land
Building practical skills development
Practicing silviculture
Producing non-food crops
Using living fences
Growing narcotic crops
Extending friendship
Cultivating moral capacity
Cultivating new employable skills
Cultivating the sacred balance
Addressing problems of cultivation of marginal agricultural land
Developing soil tillage
Developing-Revolutionizing
Growing grain crops
Advancing rice growing technologies

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