Ma Shaowei's New Wish
- Published: March 13, 2019
- Source: Tianmen.com
● Liu Yinbin, full media reporter of Tianmen.com
Recently, in the Guli Rice Planting Professional Cooperative in Tongle Village, Pengshi Town, some members dredged the ditch with artificial ploughs, and some members were repairing seedlings (pictured), a busy scene.
In 2016, Ma Shaowei gave up his high-paid work in the city, returned to his hometown, and built a Guli rice planting professional cooperative, built an intelligent rice seedling greenhouse, promoted mechanized rice transplantation, and tried regeneration rice planting. For two years, he dared to try new plantings. mode. In 2019, he has new aspirations and goals.
"There is too much water in this newly transplanted field of cauliflower seedlings, which needs to be removed in time." Ma Shaowei asked members to drain the water while introducing: "This batch of cauliflower seedlings were bred on December 18 last year, and there are more than 1,200 trays. You can plant nearly 30 acres of land. It should be transplanted on the first day of the new year. Due to continuous low temperature and rain, the growth cycle has been lengthened. "
This is Ma Shaowei's first attempt at greenhouse vegetable seedlings. He said that in 2018, Tongle Village, in accordance with the needs of the agricultural industrial structure adjustment in Pengshi Town, implemented a shrimp-rice joint cropping mode in fields with better water conditions. While developing shrimp-rice co-creation, he wondered if he could increase the share of vegetable cultivation and open a new way for the villagers to become rich? So he looked for the experience of cauliflower planting, and tried to plant cauliflower. Purchasing seeds, raising seedlings, transplanting, and other planting techniques were difficult to solve in front of Ma Shaowei.
Ma Shaowei believes that "the more extreme the climate, the more it can reflect the advantages of facility agriculture. In 2019, our cooperatives will focus on seedling raising and seedling raising, and do a good job of mechanized services and technical guidance to help villagers increase their production and income."
Looking at the piece of land where new seedlings are growing, Ma Shaowei said with pride: "This year, we signed a supply order with Fujian merchants, trial planting 30 acres of cauliflower, and planting cauliflower and rice at the wrong time, which can effectively drive farmers to increase their income and allow them to participate more. To the structural adjustment of the agricultural industry. "