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A Study on the Improvement of FarmlandManagement System in the Characteristics of Farmland Use - the case of the farmland in the metropolitan area and Jeonlabuk do -

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2012, 56(), pp.263-284
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Jeong Hoe Gun 1

1남서울대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose on the studying is to analyze farmland use characteristics of the areas that are Seoul and Gyeonggi-do that are a metropolitan area and Jeonlabuk-do that is not a metropolitan area as an case study area, and to show the farmland use and a management direction according to the characteristics. As a result, a decrease ratio of farmland area in metropolitan area was higher than Jeonlabuk-do, and the diversion ratio of the farmland was high, too. However, as for the main grain agriculture area, the ratio of Jeonlabuk-do area was higher than metropolitan area in comparison with a case study area. The future farmland use and the management system that must be improved based on farmland use characteristics are as follows. First, the metropolitan area is strong in the farmland use character as the part for urban land use. Therefore, it was showed what all the parts about the urban economic part, the part of agricultural production and the part of social environmental benefits must be considered totally in the farmland use of metropolitan area. It is showed facts that the collective of the farmland is necessary, because of the economy of scale, facts that the support of the government for this is requested in the farmland use of Jeollabuk-do. Second, It was showed that the possession and a cultivation scale of the farmland for the agriculture must be relaxed. Third, it was showed that the management according to the type of the farmland is required. A regional farmland use planning must be established according to the area that reflected the farming actual situation and the opinion of inhabitants.

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