[Explanation] Since mid-August, all parts of Tibet have started busy autumn harvest work, and highland barley, wheat, peas, fruits and vegetables have been harvested.

Officials say that up to now, over 80% of the grain harvested area in Tibet has been harvested, and a bumper grain harvest is a foregone conclusion.

  In the golden highland barley fields of Mozhugongka County, Lhasa City, various forces are making every effort to promote the autumn harvest.

Combining the actual situation of epidemic prevention and control in each township and village group, the county actively organized agricultural technicians, township agriculture and animal husbandry specialists, village-level science and technology specialists, science and technology commissioners and other agricultural cadres to go deep into the fields to provide technical guidance to ensure the autumn harvest of farmers. Work.

  [Same period] Wangdui Tsering, Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee of Tangjia Township, Mozhugongka County, Lhasa City

  We organized 27 harvesters in the township, and mobilized our party members and volunteers to harvest more than 29,000 mu of land in our township, and used ten to fifteen days to finish our autumn harvest.

  [Explanation] The farming and pastoral areas of the counties in Shannan City, Tibet have entered the final stage of the autumn harvest. The people are busy transporting the harvested crops for threshing, and bags of highland barley and wheat seeds are put into the warehouse.

  During the autumn harvest, technicians from Qiongjie County Agriculture and Rural Bureau went deep into the fields to supervise, inspect and guide the autumn harvest work, and calculated relevant yield data to provide a scientific basis for the next step.

  [Concurrent] Nima Zhuoga, senior agronomist, Qiongjie County Agriculture and Rural Bureau, Shannan City

  This year, the Agricultural and Rural Bureau of our county carried out on-the-spot guidance by going deep into the grassroots level in accordance with the technical service guidance requirements for agricultural technicians at the city, county and township levels, including villages, villages, and bales, organized personnel to maintain agricultural machinery, and scientifically arrange harvesting. order to ensure a bumper harvest of grain production.

  [Explanation] Shigatse, known as the "granary" of Tibet, has a stable crop planting area of ​​about 1.4 million mu all year round. The grain output accounts for about 40% of the entire region of Tibet, and the output of highland barley accounts for 50% of the entire region.

At present, the harvesting of local crops is coming to an end, and the overall progress of the autumn harvest is basically the same as in previous years.

  Reporter Gongsang Ram Tibet reports

Responsible editor: [Fang Jialiang]