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Mechanized farming thinking makes Jinjiang agricultural production easier
“From breeding, transplanting, harvesting, to drying, all are mechanized.” As the “second generation of agriculture”, Lin Jinzhong of Jinjiang City, Fujian Province has completely established mechanized farming thinking.
Jinjiang City is one of the economically developed areas of Fujian. There are many opportunities in the industrial and commercial fields, and agriculture is not very popular among young people. Lin Jinzhong is not the same as others. His father is smart and capable, and he has been farming for more than 40 years. He is a well-known national grain grower. When he was young and followed his father in the fields, Lin Jinzhong had an uneasy feeling about agriculture.
“The government’s promotion of agricultural machinery has increased year by year, and mechanization has made agricultural production easier.” After graduating from college, Lin Jinzhong gave up his studies and returned to the familiar field. He firmly believes that with the continuous implementation of various policies for benefiting farmers, a new type of professional farmer can not only enjoy the fun of mountains and rivers, but also get more and more economic benefits.
"More than 1,000 acres of paddy fields, if it is purely artificial transplanting, it is necessary to hire two or three hundred people. With mechanical transplanting, as long as three or four people can be used." Right now, large-scale transplanting, in Lin Jinzhong's Chen Yuzhen Zhonghe farm paddy field Workers are driving the rice transplanter in the field, and some paddy fields are covered with a touch of new green.
Constrained by hilly landforms, Fujian's comprehensive mechanization rate is 10 percentage points lower than the national average. In response to this shortcoming, Fujian has accelerated the introduction of Taiwan's agricultural machinery and accelerated independent research and development to solve the "inorganic availability" dilemma. Increase year by year. In some places, the mechanization rate has been relatively high. Like Lin Jinzhong’s more than 1,000 mu of paddy fields, the mechanization of rice has accounted for more than 90%.