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This year is the International Year of Soils

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Did you all know? This year is the International Year of Soils, as designated by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.

It's not very well known.

It seems that neither the country nor the media is paying much attention to it.

According to FAO, ``Unfortunately, 33 percent of the world's soil is degraded, and if this continues, the world's soil will be degraded by 2050.''

Arable land per person will be one-fourth of its 1960 level.

Japan's position as a major food importer appears to be in a precarious situation.

For quite some time now, there has been a sense of crisis around the world about the decline in farmland, and countries such as China and South Korea are taking measures to ensure food production.

There was a widely reported news that the company was buying arable land in the world.

I am concerned that the tentacles are extending to Japan and are progressing deeply and silently.

Apart from that, we as cultivators recognize the importance and importance of soil in our daily work.

I think it would be fair to say that most people are almost indifferent.

If we don't have soil, we can just import food and grow vegetables using hydroponics.

I wonder if there are many people.

History has proven that soil and environmental degradation cause wars and threaten world peace.

Today was a bit of a serious topic!

However, I really wish they would think about it more seriously.

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