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Res novae virides

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Post bellum mundanum secundum, auctus technologiarum usus, pesticidis, laetaminibus, novisque frumentorum cultivarietatibus non exclusis, mundanam ciborum productionem magnopere auxit.

Res novae virides, vel tertiae res novae agriculturales, est copia virium translationis technologicae quae inter 1950 annosque 1960 exeuntís fiebat, productionem agriculturalem per totum orbem terrarum amplificans, praecipue in mundo provectibili, notabilissme annis 1960 exeuntibus incipens.[1] Quae vires assumptionem novarum technologiarum effecerunt, inter quas cultivarietates maius parientís frumentorum, praecipue triticorum nanorum et oryzarum, cum laetaminibus chemicis et agrochemicis, et cum accommodatis aquae copiis (plerumque inrigatione implicantibus) novisque cultivationis rationibus, mechanizatione comprehensa. Omnes quarum una videbantur sarcina rationum (ut dicebantur), quae technologiae traditionali succedebat atque omnis asciscebat.[2]

Novae cultivarietates tritici et aliorum frumentorum res maximi momenti in rebus novis viridibus erant.
Multitudo orbis terrarum annos ab 1950 ad 2010.
Praedictio proportionum mundanae productionis petrolei a M. King Hubbert facta. Hodierna enim agricultura energiá petrolei plerumque nititur.[3]
Auctus inrigationis adhibendae maiores partes in rebus novis viridibus egit.

Ambae Societas Fundata Fordiana et Societas Fundata Rockefellerana magnopere in hoc proposito implicabantur.[4] Dux fortasse maximus erat Normannus Borlaug, pater rerum novarum viridium dictus, qui plus quam billionem hominum fame servavisse putabatur, qua pro causa Praemium Nobelianum Pacis anno 1970 accepit. Fundamenta propositi erant promulgatio cultivarietatum frumentorum maius pariendorum, prolatio infrastructurae inrigationis, profectus rationum administrationis, ac distributio agricolis seminum hybridizatarum, laetaminum syntheticorum, et pesticidarum.

Green Revolution, vocabulum Anglicum, primum dicebatur in oratione die 8 Martii 1968 habita a Gulielmo S. Gaud, ministro Ministerii Progressús Internationalis Civitatum Foederatarum, qui divulgationem novarum technologiarum sic commemorabat: "Hi aliique progressús in disciplina agriculturali materias novarum commutationum continent. Nec violentiae res novae rubrae sicut illae sovietorum, nec res novae albae sicut illae sachi Iraniae sunt, sed eas res novas virides appello."[5][6][7]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Hazell, Peter B.R. (2009). The Asian Green Revolution. Intl Food Policy Res Inst 
  2. Farmer, B. H. (1986). "Perspectives on the 'Green Revolution'in South Asia". Modern Asian Studies 20 (1): 175–99 .
  3. ""World oil supplies are set to run out faster than expected, warn scientists," The Independent, 14 Iunii 2007.
  4. Gary Toenniessen et al. (2008), "Building an alliance for a green revolution in Africa," Annals of the New York academy of sciences 1136 (1): 233–42. PDF.
  5. Anglice "These and other developments in the field of agriculture contain the makings of a new revolution. It is not a violent Red Revolution like that of the Soviets, nor is it a White Revolution like that of the Shah of Iran. I call it the Green Revolution."
  6. Gaud, William S. (8 Martii 1968). "The Green Revolution: Accomplishments and Apprehensions". AgBioWorld .
  7. Marie-Monique Robin, The World According to Monsanto: Pollution, Corruption, and the Control of the World's Food Supply (The New Press, 2010), 308.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Wright, Angus. 1984. "Innocence Abroad: American Agricultural Research in Mexico." In Meeting the expectations of the land: essays in sustainable agriculture and stewardship, ed. Bruce Colman, Wes Jackson, Wendell Berry, 124–38. Franciscopoli: North Point Press. ISBN 978-0-86547-171-9.
  • Wright, Angus Lindsay. 2005. The death of Ramón González: the modern agricultural dilemma. Austinopoli: University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-71268-3.

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