PHOTOS Villagers harvest goji berries in Jinghe County, China's Xinjiang

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Villagers harvest goji berries in Jinghe County, China's Xinjiang

Xinhua

15:29, July 14, 2020

Photo taken on July 13, 2020 shows products of nang, a kind of flatbread, baked with goji berries at an industry demonstration base in Jinghe County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. As over 100,000 mu (about 6,667 hectares) of goji berries in the county are ripening in Jinghe County, farmers have been busy with the harvesting work here these days. Thanks to dry weather, adequate sunshine, and a large temperature difference between day and night, Jinghe County becomes a place suitable for growing the high-quality goji berries. To help increase the income of local farmers, local authorities have stepped up financial support to develop goji berry industrial chain and meanwhile made great effort to promote their products. (Xinhua/Hu Huhu)

Photo taken on July 13, 2020 shows ripe goji berries in Jinghe County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. As over 100,000 mu (about 6,667 hectares) of goji berries in the county are ripening in Jinghe County, farmers have been busy with the harvesting work here these days. Thanks to dry weather, adequate sunshine, and a large temperature difference between day and night, Jinghe County becomes a place suitable for growing the high-quality goji berries. To help increase the income of local farmers, local authorities have stepped up financial support to develop goji berry industrial chain and meanwhile made great effort to promote their products. (Xinhua/Hu Huhu)

A worker packages beverages featuring goji berries at a plant in Jinghe County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, July 13, 2020. As over 100,000 mu (about 6,667 hectares) of goji berries in the county are ripening in Jinghe County, farmers have been busy with the harvesting work here these days. Thanks to dry weather, adequate sunshine, and a large temperature difference between day and night, Jinghe County becomes a place suitable for growing the high-quality goji berries. To help increase the income of local farmers, local authorities have stepped up financial support to develop goji berry industrial chain and meanwhile made great effort to promote their products. (Xinhua/Hu Huhu)

A villager picks goji berries at a plantation in Jinghe County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, July 13, 2020. As over 100,000 mu (about 6,667 hectares) of goji berries in the county are ripening in Jinghe County, farmers have been busy with the harvesting work here these days. Thanks to dry weather, adequate sunshine, and a large temperature difference between day and night, Jinghe County becomes a place suitable for growing the high-quality goji berries. To help increase the income of local farmers, local authorities have stepped up financial support to develop goji berry industrial chain and meanwhile made great effort to promote their products. (Xinhua/Hu Huhu)

A villager picks goji berries at a plantation in Jinghe County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, July 13, 2020. As over 100,000 mu (about 6,667 hectares) of goji berries in the county are ripening in Jinghe County, farmers have been busy with the harvesting work here these days. Thanks to dry weather, adequate sunshine, and a large temperature difference between day and night, Jinghe County becomes a place suitable for growing the high-quality goji berries. To help increase the income of local farmers, local authorities have stepped up financial support to develop goji berry industrial chain and meanwhile made great effort to promote their products. (Xinhua/Hu Huhu)

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