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Organizations relating to Cultivation

International Crop Science Society / Madison WI, USA / Est. 2004
Nordic Association for Allotments / Oslo, Norway
Regional Cooperative Program for the Technological Development and Modernization of Coffee Cultivation in Central America, Panama, Dominican Rep and Jamaica / Guatemala, Guatemala
African Conservation Tillage Network / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 1999
Growing Opportunities International / Winnipeg MB, Canada / Est. 2010
European Institute of the Cultivated Forest / Cestas, France
International Commission for the Nomenclature of Cultivated Plants / Woking, UK / Est. 1955
International Network on Genetics in Aquaculture / Penang, Malaysia / Est. 1993
International Congress on the Cultivation of Edible Fungi
Protocol for Limiting and Regulating the Cultivation of the Poppy Plant, the Production Of, International and Wholesale Trade In, and Use of Opium / Est. 1953
International Committee on Vertisols / Washington DC, USA
GROW International / Paris, France
International Plant Phenotyping Network / Jülich, Germany / Est. 2016
Eurogroup for Animals / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1980
Asian Crop Science Association / Warwick QLD, Australia / Est. 1990
International Sprout Growers Association / Warwick RI, USA / Est. 1989
Animal Equality / Los Angeles CA, USA / Est. 2006

View all profiles (82 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Cultivation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Cultivation of illegal drugs
Declining breeds of cultivated plants
Intensive farming
Unsustainable agricultural development
Inappropriate tree plantations
Environmental hazards from rice production
Seasonal fluctuations in food production
Degradation of cultivated land systems
Cannabis crops
Unsustainable cultivation of long-lifed trees
Deliberately unused farm fields
Battery hens
Soil salinization
Uneconomical small farms
Inappropriate agricultural subsidies for chemicalized farming
Deforestation of mountainous regions
Unavailability of farming land
Unstable shifting agriculture
Maldistribution of agricultural land
Landlessness

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 creative initiative
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

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