CHINA Chili planting helps farmers get richer in North China

CHINA

Chili planting helps farmers get richer in North China

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23:02, December 09, 2020

Farmers dry chilies under the sun in Huanglin village in Yutian county, North China’s Hebei Province, on December 5, 2020. (Photos: People's Daily; Compiled by Jia Lijuan)

You can see a busy day of work in their farmyard. Farmers are busy picking, drying, and packing the harvested chilies.

You can see a busy day of work in their farmyard. Farmers are busy picking, drying, and packing the harvested chilies for export.

In recent years, farmers there become richer through developing a planting industry with local characteristics.

Now over 1,333 hectares of chilies have been planted, with an income increase of more than 45,000 yuan (about $6885) per hectare.

You can see a busy day of work in their farmyard. Farmers are busy picking, drying, and packing the harvested chilies for export.

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