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THE ELASTICITY AND NON-ELASTICITY PROBLEMS OF COASTAL PLASTAL PLANTATION HOMEOSTASIS-A CASE STUDY OF YUEQING CITY IN ZHEJIANG PROVINCE

ZHANG Gui-xiang et al (Depatment of Geography Shanxi Normal University,Linfen 041004,China);  
We probe into some flexibility and non-flexibility problems of the market economy growth in coastal regions as example as Yueqing city Zhejiang province ①From the unreasonable problem of changing agmiculture area into plantation to meet the homeostasis of total plantation area We can conclude that for those non-commodity grain based coastal villages and towns,change the aim form pursuing the homeostasis of plantation area and high and steady yield grain into assuring the homeostasis or raise of total farm products and pay equal attention to high yield and quality and efficiency of big agriculture ②The types of ground and land area will be changed elastically during the "change sea into land"project ③A second grade protected farmland area will be lined out between the town constructed area and the first grade protected farmland area ④Leave space for those uncertain disasters as typhoon when forecasting the reduce1 of land and analysis of guideline of land utilizing ⑤Wasting of plantations causes the frequent change betwwen plantations and unutilied field,thus causes the untrue plantation actuality guideline(make false reports of amount) The difficulty and non-flexibiblity problem of homeostasis of plantation:①Not only care the protecting the quantity of plantation but also insure the quality of it ②The change of the purpose of plantation should be actualized by the state or government who have the right to develop the lands Farmers have the plant right of the plantation,but have no right to change the purpose of the plantation Anyway,in the coastal regions with developed market economy,we should have the general benefit in mind and care for the intensive management of land and strengthen macro-manage in land administer
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