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Agriculture and Forestry Technical Development Center, Nagasaki Prefectural Government

長崎県農林技術開発センター, ナガサキケンノウリンギジュツカイハツセンター
Representive : Director, HIGASHI Kazuhiro
Establishment year: 1898
Address: 3118 Kaizumachi, Isahaya-shi, Nagasaki 854-0063 Japan
Telephone number: +81-957-26-3330
FAX number: +81-957-26-9197
Number of employees: 96
Organization/Research department name (8):
  • High Technology Development Div.
  • Field Crops Div.
  • Vegetables & Flowers Div.
  • Forestry Div.
  • Environment Div.
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History (8):
  • 1898/04
    Nagasaki Agricultural Experiment Station was founded in Nakagawago, Nagasaki City.
  • 1920/08
    The Station was moved to Eisho Machi, Isahaya City.
  • 1961/07
    The Station was moved to kaizu Machi, Isahaya City, and organized as Nagasaki Prefecture Comprehensive Agroforestry Center.
  • 1971/04
    The name was changed to Nagasaki Agricultural Forestry Experiment Station.
  • 1972/04
    Reorganized Fruit Tree Division and established the independent organization of Fruit Tree Experiment Station (Omura-shi)
Business overview:
Amid various situations surrounding agriculture and
and agricultural community full of pride and appeals,
to take into consideration technical needs among
those engaged in agroforestry and trends of demand,
and to conduct technical development such as
enhancement of productivity, stable production,
achievement of low cost, high quality, lighter
workload, etc. for the purpose of creating a growing
center with a unique character.
For this purpose, in accordance with Nagasaki New
Agroforestry Policy and Basic Scheme of Nagasaki
Agriculture and Forestry Testing Research, the Center
aims to solve problems which the area is faced with,
to develop new breeds utilizing leading edge
technologies like biotechnology, and to promote
vigorously research works for such important policies
as promotion of crops by land utilization,
horticulture vision 21, and environmentally friendly
agricultural technology.
  • 2004: \ 138 (Million)
  • 2002: \ 252 (Million)

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