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Experts from FAO and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences Investigated the Tea Industry in Lishui
Date:2018-04-16 Source:Municipal Development and Reform Committee Author:

   On April 11th, 20 experts and scholars from the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, the British Tea Partner Agency, the German International Cooperation Agency and the Kenya Siret Tea Farmer Organization, investigated the Tea Carbon Neutralization Project in Songyang County, the Tea Industry Network Project, Tea Town and the process of tea planting, processing and selling in the tea market in southern Zhejiang Province. The investigating group has fully affirmed and applauded the new mode of big data tea planting and integration of agriculture and tourism in Lishui.

In the Tea Town and tea market in South Zhejiang Province, the expert group has shown a strong interest in how Songyang county has achieved the joint development of the tea industry platform, cultural heritage and tourism. They also examine the new developing mode in Songyang, such as the deep and diversified development of tea industry, and the tea industry platform in Tea town that integrates elements such as ‘the Great tea processing, the distributing of tea business and the leisure tea culture tourism’.

In the big data tea garden, the experts inspected the new mode of tea plantation, which is guided by a standardized and accurate full service digital tea model, and they examined in detail how to use big data to avoid the economic loss caused by continuous high temperature and "spring cold", so as to reduce the cost of planting and increase the output and quality of tea. Experts from The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and other organizations fully affirm the remarkable outcomes made by our city, with the big data tea cultivation model, and they plan to promote the project worldwide as the "Chinese Case" of developing efficient agriculture under climate change (Municipal Development and Reform Commission).