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Field Center for Sustainable Agriculture
This center was established in 2001, combining the Experimental Farm and the University Forest. The center has been reorganized into two divisions since 2021, aiming to continuously construct a new scientific field to solve the problems on sustainable agriculture and environment in the Hokuriku district.
Division of Rural Information and Planning
This division provides various educational programs and research projects on sustainable agriculture in Niigata and surrounding regions with the cooperation of other division of the center. Moreover, researchers in the Faculty of Agriculture and regional communities are networked to solve the problems on agriculture. Thus, this division works as a hub or a server of regional networks. Information and research databases in this division are available for all researchers.
Field Science Symposium
Division of Agro-Production
Division of Agro-Production has two stations, Muramatsu station (25 ha) and Shindori station (3 ha). Muramatsu station is located in Gosen City, 45 km from the university campus. Food crops, vegetables and forage crops are cultivated and dairy cows and goats are kept at this station. Shindori station is located in Niigata city, 3 km from the university campus. Rice and horticultural crops and some ornament crops are cultivated in open fields and in greenhouses. Fundamental practice on agricultural production is provided for all students of Faculty of Agriculture and advance courses are performed for the students belonging to plant science, animal science and agricultural machinery science at both stations.
Planting Practice at Shindori Station
Grass Survey at Muramatsu Station
Practice of Dairy Cow Management at Muramatsu Station
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