Stability in Agricultural Products Supply, Demand and Price
To strengthen producer-oriented voluntary supply and demand function, establish stable supply and demand environment by building close collaboration system among the central and local governments and producers’ associations
Facilitate local producing district consultative group for preemptive and voluntary adjustment of supply and demand while operating the system to stabilize the price of vegetables
To provide certain amount (within 80% of the wholesale price of the average year) for farmers with contract, and apply more stringent supply and demand obligations such as the adjustment of shipment and market isolation.
To increase control of preliminary cultivating area, hold consultative group prior to preparation step of cultivation (seedling culture, purchase contract of seed, plowing, etc.) and obligate area control
Regularly discuss local projects and cultivation trends of different items between central and local governments, and seek timely measures when needed
Local governments autonomously control supply and demand through a consultative group of producers and professionals while the central government regularly provides information on observation data and import trends.
For fruits and vegetables, the obligatory self-help cost group for each item shall be fostered to become the representative organization that performs integrated export marketing and manages quality and supply and demand
Provide preliminary responsive system so that the obligatory self-help cost group can autonomously control production and distribution by immediately discarding products on the production site or controlling shipment in case of price drop of each item
With the integrated support center for self-help cost, building capacity of self-help cost by promoting consumption
Upgrade agricultural monitoring
Strengthening predictability and accuracy of monitoring and decision-making process of producers to adjust supply and demand by reinforcing research and survey of five vegetables (cabbage, radish, garlic, onion, chili pepper) and advanced technologies (big data and drones)
Supporting reasonable farming decision-making by providing information on cultivation areas and production of 35 agricultural and livestock products
Providing one-stop high-quality information by integrating and standardizing various information on production, distribution and consumption