China: Developing intelligent agriculture and activating industrial spring water

Since intelligent agriculture has taken root in Gui’an, farmers have expressed their preference after tasting the benefits: with big data, it is clear at a glance where the soil is suitable for planting and how.

There is a "Yunshang Agricultural School" in Doochang Village, Gaofeng Town, Gui'an New Area. Farmers here often sit in front of big screens and listen attentively to "experts in the screen " to explain how to achieve scientific planting. Through remote video, farmers can interact with experts at any time to solve the problem of "how to grow" and "how to grow well".

The same "cloud teaching" took place in the village beside the market in Machang Town. Han Xinghua, director of the village, said, "In the past, we harvest or not mostly depended on the whims of nature, but now we can trust in high technology." Let farmers learn first, then practice in greenhouses, and integrate the "high-tech" fresh blood, land income increased, and become the best driving force to mobilize farmers' enthusiasm.

Han Xinghua cited an example. In greenhouses, broccoli is planted with an output of more than 2,000 Jin per mu, which is about 3 yuan per catty at market price. The output value of one mu of land in one season exceeds 6,000 yuan. It can be planted for two to three seasons a year. The output value of one mu of land can reach 10,000 to 15,000 yuan a year, excluding cost. "If you plant it in a traditional way, it's a figure you can't imagine." Han Xinghua said.

"West Blue is very delicate, temperature and humidity are very important, a little bad grasp will affect the yield." This is a phrase often spoken by Wang Xianlin, a West Blue Flower grower. Since the installation of the intelligent greenhouse environmental monitoring system, Wang Xianlin no longer worries about when to water, when to fertilize, his heart is counted. "Now I don't have to run into the shed all day. I can know the growth of broccoli in the shed anytime and anywhere by turning on my mobile phone." Wang Xianlin said.

In July 2019, Guizhou launched the "Summer-Autumn Decision" to fight poverty. It pointed out that a large agricultural data platform should be set up to supervise the whole process from the front end of planting to the end of marketing, so as to improve the digitalization, precision and intelligence level of agricultural production.

Source: Guian New Area


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