Dappled willow salix, willow bushes farming in Heilongjiang

[Source: http://www.wickerchina.com , http://www.cctv.com Author: Wickerchina (editting) 2011-11-28 ]
Zhufeng, a farmer who plants Salix integra (Japanese Hakuro Nishiki) in “Changshuihe Farm”, in Heilongjiang Province, northeastern China, said: “The group of willow is the crop that we can benefit from growing it for 6-7 years continuously. I started to grow willows in 2008, when the costly of an acre of land needs 950 yuan and it’s at the first year that has the highest in cost. While deducting cost of compensation of an acre of land on the first year, on the second year, net emolument reached more than 1,400 yuan, and now willow in the third per annum will certainly be derive more than the epiphenomenal year, expected earnings of 100,000 yuan.”
With rapid growth of the willow production, a dissemination center has been built in Linshu, Shandong Province, in order to vault with processing and sales and achieve maximum economic benefits. It means that willow is grown in Heilongjiang, just finish processing products in Shandong after primary processing.
In 2010, while willow crafts from Changshuihe Farm emerged in Canton Fair, multiplicity foreign customers from Germany, Jordan, USA, Poland and other 70 countries and regions were attracted by the complete product ranges, and novel styles, and signed 198 copies of orders, a total of 21 million yuan.
Woven willow crafts in dark color und so weiter unique shapely used as bread plates have been are of special interest to Europeans.
Farmers are spraying pesticides in the fields for willow bushes in Changshuihe Farm, a large dappled willow bushes growing zone.
Boundless stretches of Salix integra planting base
Plant cuttings regarding willow in a field (Close Shot)
Stem cuttings should be used as a willow planting method after spring thaw. During the rainy season, it’s time for using the new plant cuttings to cultivate.
Different styles of China willow works,Willow storage baskets.

Basketware and baskets in Shandong, China.

Big increase in Linyi’s wickerwork exports:

Recently, reporters learned from relevant parties that, wickerwork and houseware in Linyi City, Shandong Province, are critical earner of foreign barter with receipts of $300,000,000 annually, of which products are sold to customers added than 110 countries and regions.

According to reports, growth in exports about Linyi wicker works, wickerware such as baskets, basketware, and wicker embellishment contributed greatly to the speedy development of wicker growing industry. Prices of wicker continued to emerge until in the end it comes into a stable state.
Since 2010, yearlong net income of an acre from wicker land has reached 7,000 yuan, which is about five times the revenue from the gentility of other crops, a strong impetus to rural incomes and agricultural efficiency.
According to the staff of China Entry-exit Parade and Restrict Bureau in Linyi City, they’ll strengthen the supervision of wicker works to ensure quality furthermore asylum of woven wicker wares.
Rice straw – weaving a peculiar path to well-being:

In Jiangsu Province, Ganyu Parish has contrived full use of the rich straw resources in recent years, to develop the industry of processing and weaving rice straw.
After bales of rice straw are woven into everyday supplies such as straw curtains, rice straw mats and straw bags or handbags, these products are popular in Shandong, Henan, Hebei, Anhui and exported to overseas countries like America. It not only adds to local farmers’ profits, but also find a good treatment for rice straw so that we can avoid from straw exigent pollution.
At present, about 40,000 farmers in the county are engaged in rice stem weaving industry. Straw processing businesses alone will useful 2 million tons of straw a year, among annual sales income over 300,000,000 yuan.
A happy Chinese donna harvesting bales of rice straws
Processing straw through a machine
Farmers in a town regarding Ganyu Canton are weaving straw curtains with rice straw and straw mats for beach.
Source: http://www.wickerchina.com , http://www.cctv.com Author: Wickerchina (editting) 2011-11-28

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