Extensive Mind Mapping for the Contradiction of the Organic Rice Planting Precautions’ Cost
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With development of economic, more and more people in China want to enjoy higher quality of food. In such background Organic food become popular in China which let small farmer’s want to increase their income by planting plants. However, the cost of organic planting is more complicated than normal planting. Many farmers hold an opinion that organic planting is hard because the controlling of the growth of weeds, the number of pests and diseases will be expensive. This paper is going to find an economical solution to control disease weeds and pests for small farmer planting Organic rice by using Extenics theory and mind mapping.
KeywordsExtenics Mind mapping Organic rice Planting Precautions
The research is supported by Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Project (2014A040402010), Guangdong Province Innovation and Entrepreneurship Training Program for College Students (201710566036) and Guangdong college students’ innovation and entrepreneurship project (CXXL2018090).
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