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BT0016 Natori City

Tour of the Advanced Agricultural Information Station (AIS) on"A Scheme to Revitalize Agriculture and Fisheries in Disaster Areas through Deploying Highly Advanced Technology"

Contents/Itinerary for BOSAI

Agricultural producers and farmland in the tsunami-hit areas suffered great damage during the Great East Japan Earthquake. Advanced agricultural technology which uses cutting-edge technology is required to restore local agriculture as fast as possible. Our institution verifies these advanced technologies to an unprecedented scale and proposes with new types of agriculture as a growing industry. Such research can be seen via the site tour to the Information Station (AIS).
• Project overview
• Introduction of verified technologies, panel and video displays, distribution of research brochures, etc.
• Cultivated filed tour within the facility

What we want to tell through our BOSAI contents

• Agricultural damage and reconstruction tasks in disaster affected areas.
• Advanced technology currently being verified

Minimum capacity

1 person

Maximum capacity

About 30 people per session *Contact us if your group has more than 30 members

Fee (Per person or per activity)

Free

Required time for BOSAI contents

Approximately 60 minutes

Disaster Categories

Tsunami

Disaster phases of the contents

Reconstruction

Targets

Other (Producers, Agricultural Organizations, Technology Dissemination Organizations, School Officials, Researchers, etc. )

How to implement BOSAI contents

Lecture

Organization Names

Miyagi Prefectural Institute of Agriculture and Horticulture

Phone

Tel 022-383-8118 / Fax 022-383-9907