This organic tea in Hainan drives more than 300 poor farmers

    China Youth Daily Client News (Intern Huang Maoyuan China Youth Daily · China Youth Network reporter Ren Mingchao) "Three years of wasteland and 3 years of planting, which is equivalent to the first 6 years we have no income", recalling the establishment of organic tea professional cooperatives At the beginning, Fu Xiaofang, the general manager of Hainan Wuli Road Organic Tea Industry Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Wuli Road Company"), said that it was difficult to bring farmers to do it together. "But from the beginning, they promised them. Give everyone a salary. "Since its establishment in 2008, the company has driven 365 households with 365 poor farmers in the surrounding rural areas to build 500 acres of organic tea. On April 26th, the theme interview activities of "The General Secretary’s Consumer Consumer" organized by Hainan Province to see the theme interviews of the Hainan Rural Revitalization Central Media today "entered Wuli Road Company, which is located in Baishali Autonomous County.

From 5 Li Li tea farmers to 365 households, from 22 acres of organic tea gardens to 500 acres, the company has taken the road of "ecological industrialization, industrial ecology", and is at the forefront of rural revitalization and driving poverty alleviation. Essence Fu Xiuxiang, a female worker in the Wuli Road Company, said that the annual income of the rice -planting rice valley was not 10,000 years old, and the economy was more difficult. Since joining the company in 2014, the average annual income can reach 30,000, and the money has also cured the husband’s hydrocephalus. "Our model is loose, flexibly employed.

She can cut glue, can grow fields, and can raise chickens; can bring children and take care of the elderly. "Fu Xiaofang said that this model is an effective response to rural hollow problems.

  Fu Xiaofang was one of the early proposals of the concept of "organic tea".

According to reports, Wuli Road Company has been less than 90,000 pounds of pesticides in the past 10 years and 900,000 pounds of fertilizers.