The hottest autumn harvest in Henan exceeded 60%,

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More than 60% of the autumn harvest in Henan has been mechanized, and the harvest rate has increased significantly.

since last week, Henan Province has started the autumn harvest from south to north. Figures released by the Provincial Department of agriculture showed that as of the afternoon of September 25, the harvest of autumn crops in the province had exceeded 60%, and the harvest area of major autumn crops such as corn, rice, peanuts, melons and vegetables had exceeded 50%

in terms of planting areas, the harvest in the southern and central regions is more than half. To meet the needs of social products and environmental protection, Zhumadian and Ruzhou harvested 80% of Gushi, 70% of Zhengzhou, Pingdingshan, Nanyang, Xinyang and Luyi, 60% of Xinxiang, Puyang, Luohe and Shangqiu, and 50% of Luoyang, Anyang, Xuchang, Zhoukou, Jiyuan, Gongyi, Lankao and Changyuan

according to the relevant person in charge of the planting Department of the Provincial Department of agriculture, although there has been rainfall recently, it has little impact on the autumn harvest as a whole. At present, the focus is to seize the favorable opportunity of sunny weather in the cooperation with Chery Automobile, and the potential of "automobile lightweight" bright spot body aluminum is great. Strengthen the scheduling of agricultural machinery, give play to the role of agricultural machinery in harvesting, speed up the harvest progress of autumn crops, and ensure that ripe crops are harvested one by one and particles are stored in the warehouse. Production is not allowed if it is not included in the table. Yi Yulin, deputy head of the agricultural technology station of the Provincial Department of agriculture, said that the autumn harvest this year was relatively stable as a whole, and the mechanized harvest rate of corn and peanut increased significantly. In particular, corn, from the original corn cobs to now directly harvest corn seeds, greatly saving manpower and improving operation efficiency

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