PHOTOS Farmers work on day of traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman

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Farmers work on day of traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman

Xinhua

10:39, May 22, 2019

A farmer checks the growth of wheat in a field in Wenxian County, central China's Henan Province, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full. (Photos: Xinhua)

A farmer introduces wheat to students from Chunhui Primary School in Ganshan Village of Deqing County, east China's Zhejiang Province, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

A farmer harvests wheat in Zhongping Village of Maqiao Township in Baokang County, central China's Hubei Province, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

A farmer works in a wheat field at Xingtai Economic Development Zone in Xingtai, north China's Hebei Province, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Farmers checks the growth of wheat in a field in Shibali Township of Qiaocheng District in Bozhou, east China's Anhui Province, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

A farmer checks the growth of wheat at a field in Xizhanggu Village of Xiaolongma Township in Yongnian District of Handan, north China's Hebei Province, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Aerial photo shows people harvesting wheat at a field in Pingchao Township of Tongzhou District in Nantong, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Aerial photo shows people harvesting wheat at a field in Chuhu Village of Caobuhu Township in Dangyang, central China's Hubei Province, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Photo shows a farmer working in an asparagus field at Yaokengzi Village of Xiamaguan Township in Tongxin County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Aerial photo shows farmers working in an asparagus field at Yaokengzi Village of Xiamaguan Township in Tongxin County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Photo shows farmers working in an asparagus field at Yaokengzi Village of Xiamaguan Township in Tongxin County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Photo shows a farmer working in an asparagus field at Yaokengzi Village of Xiamaguan Township in Tongxin County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Photo shows a farmer working in an asparagus field at Yaokengzi Village of Xiamaguan Township in Tongxin County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Aerial photo shows a farmer working in an asparagus field at Yaokengzi Village of Xiamaguan Township in Tongxin County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

Aerial photo shows a farmer working in an asparagus field at Yaokengzi Village of Xiamaguan Township in Tongxin County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, May 21, 2019. Traditional Chinese solar term Xiaoman (grain buds) falls on May 21 this year, which means seeds from grain are becoming full.

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