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Agriculture has been passed down in each region from generation to generation. Our ancestors refined local agriculture practices for higher productivity by following regional factors such as climate and tradition. The UN Food and Agriculture Organization has designated Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems to ensure that important local agricultural practices will be inherited by future generations. Learning from the past gives hints for future productivity enhancement. In this P-Talk, Akira Nagata, Visiting Research Fellow, the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability, explains the importance of local agricultural heritage for maintaining productivity.
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