Research on World Agricultural Economy

ISSN:2737-4785(Online)
      2737-4777(Print)

Aims

Disseminate international agricultural development theories; Research and promote advanced international agricultural achievements; Display outstanding talents in the international agricultural field; Explore new era international agricultural development approaches; Jointly construct scientific and technological innovation resource sharing platforms to promote the development of "economic agriculture"; Construct human public health community to improve the quality of human life services.

Scope

  • Agricultural economics research
  • Agricultural economic theory research
  • Soil ecological remediation
  • Food security
  • Cutting-edge technology research and promotion
  • Environmental protection and governance
  • Energy security and technology
  • International agricultural development prospect
  • Advanced agricultural products and technologies

Announcements

 

Welcome to join the Editorial Team or Reviewer Team of Research on World Agricultural Economy!

 

Research on World Agricultural Economy aims to promote the exchange and development of agricultural research, spread cutting-edge concepts, technologies, and achievements in related disciplines, and promote the progress of agricultural economic research.

If you are an expert, scholar or professor in this field, you are welcome to join our editorial team or review team. Please send your CV to this email address rwae@nassg.org.

 
Posted: 2022-01-19
 
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Vol 2, No 4 (2021)

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Table of Contents

Research Article

Defang Cao, Xiuju Zhang, Shengyuan Mo, Guihua Luo, Zhengfang Qin, Hanfeng Qin

Views - 57  (Abstract) PDF - 22  (Download)
Abstract: Berry tea is a perennial vine. Its scientific name is ampelopsis grossedentata. It belongs to vitaceae and is widely spread in the Tujia people of Xiangxi, Hunan Province. By adopting appropriate agricultural planting technology, rational use of organic selenium fertilizer and nutritional conditi...
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M. Alhassan, M. Suleiman, A. A. Isah, A. G. Abdulrashid, Y. Nasiru, A. Bello

Views - 51  (Abstract) PDF - 22  (Download)
Abstract:Colour removal from dye-bearing effluent is a serious challenge due to the difficulty in treating such wastewater by conventional treatment methods. The present investigation explores the decolourization of contaminated wastewater using saw dust as an adsorbent. The physicochemical properties of was...
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Dessalegn Ayana Deressa

Views - 45  (Abstract) PDF - 23  (Download)
Abstract:The imbalance between the crop production and population growth is currently the major issue in Ethiopia. To feed the growing population, increasing the production of food through growing more crop types in the same field as an intercropping is the right strategy. The study was aimed at evaluating t...
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Review Article

Hongfeng Sun, Hongwei Luan, Xiping Chen, Guoquan Jiang, Yulin Peng, Cheng Sun

Views - 43  (Abstract) PDF - 19  (Download)
Abstract: Ensuring food security, increasing farmers’ income and improving people’s living standards are the focus of attention of all countries in the world today. “Centrey Tianwang” biological organic fertilizer has been upgraded to multi-functional biological organic fertilizer innovation, accepted as a...
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