Promote the modernization of the sericulture industry and follow the characteristic development path of Dayin
Recently, Wu Xiaokang, director of the Sericulture Station of Yilong County Agriculture and Rural Affairs Bureau, Cao Jilin, deputy secretary of the party committee and mayor of Dayin Town, Xu Xiaolin, deputy secretary of the party committee and organization member, and Shu Changgang, deputy mayor, collaborated with Bubisi Company to Go to villages in Dayin Town to provide guidance on matters related to sericulture planting.
Comrade Wu Xiaokang emphasized: Planting is only the first step. Ensuring the survival rate of mulberry seedlings and subsequent cultivation work is the top priority. The “two committees” teams of each village must work tirelessly and personally to lead the masses to fight together. On the front line of the industry, we promote the development of the sericulture industry, contribute to increasing villagers’ income, continuously strengthening the collective economy, and assisting rural revitalization.
We insist on revitalizing agriculture through industry. If the countryside must be revitalized, industry must be revitalized. Promoting the modernization of agriculture and rural areas is inseparable from industrial driving; promoting comprehensive rural revitalization is inseparable from industrial support. Dayin Town Gaoshan Village, Zhongliang Village, Dengta Rural Community and other villages (communities) are based on characteristic resources, paying attention to market demand, developing advantageous industries, further optimizing the industrial structure, vigorously developing the sericulture industry, in the form of “company + village collective”, Drive villagers to get employment at home, expand the channels for people to get rich, create regional characteristic brands, and build a characteristic industrial system.
Dayin Town is using practical actions to embark on the road of economic “mulberry”, using policy “combination punch” to continue to empower the characteristic sericulture industry, “strengthening” the economy of Dayin’s characteristic agricultural industry area, and “activating” Dayin Town’s regional grain production Through integrated industries.
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