Recently, the 95,000-acre mulberry garden in Qianjiang District, Chongqing was a bustling and vibrant scene , volunteers and silkworm farmers worked together to seize the critical period of spring maintenance and fertilization, weeding, and replanting to lay the foundation for increased production and harvest.
”Clean up the weeds in the mulberry garden, and the mulberry trees will If they grow better, the quality of the mulberry leaves in the later stages will be higher, and the silkworms will emerge from the cocoons and be big and plump.” In a mulberry garden in Baitu Township, Qianjiang District Here, mulberry farmers are teaching their mulberry orchard management and care experience to volunteers who come to help.
More than 20 volunteers and mulberry farmers were busy with spring plowing with hoes. , weeding, plowing, fertilizing, preventing diseases and pests, etc., the “red vest” has painted a beautiful landscape.
”Spring management of sericulture is related to the quality of sericulture in a year , very important, volunteers came to help me, thank you very much.” said a large sericulture farmer in Baitu Township.
In order to further promote the scientific sericulture of silkworm farmers and boost their confidence, To ensure the steady development of the sericulture industry, the New Era Civilized Practice Institute of Shanling Township, Qianjiang District recruited elite generals to form 6 “six lectures” teams to send technology to the front line of spring plowing.
Volunteers from mulberry garden management, silkworm breeding, silkworm breeding Face-to-face, hands-on teaching on shed management skills and precautions has been conducted in more than 120 large and small mulberry gardens in Shanling Township.
During this period, the mulberry gardens in Qianjiang District are full of activity Wearing “volunteer red” figures, they work hard, use their sweat to support the spring management of sericulture, move their classrooms into the fields, and use technology to protect sericulture production throughout the year.