smart cultivation techniques
Re-Designing How Agriculture Was Done for Generations
to Maximize Harvest & Production
Fruit cultivation techniques developed by the Northwest A&F University were introduced to four economically depressed villages to improve production. One project involved a non-complex system using waste material from dairy cows both to generate methane as a fuel source,
and to use as fertilizer for cherry trees.
The purpose of the projects is to demonstrate the feasibility of setting up simple technologies to improve income levels and resolving livelihood issues in poverty-stricken rural areas. The economic improvement in these villages serves as models for other disadvantaged localities.
In cooperation with Northwest A&F University, the "Ecosystem demonstration site for milk cow, biosgas and cherry" in Shanxi Guangji and "Demonstration site for chesnut variety improvement" in Mazhao were established at the end of 2005.
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