Recently, Huangxi Town, Qianjiang District, Chongqing held the 2021 Sericulture Production Summary and Commendation and the 2022 Sericulture Production Work Deployment Meeting. Relevant persons in charge of the District Forestry Bureau, as well as sericulture companies, cocoon stations, village (community) cadres, etc. personnel participate.
In 2021, 200 acres of new mulberry gardens will be built in Huangxi Town, and 45 outdoor sericulture greenhouses will be built or renovated, with an annual output value of more than 3.7 million yuan. It is understood that in 2021, the town raised funds from various parties to stabilize the investment in sericulture production and ensure the management costs of mulberry gardens; it paid close attention to the promotion and application of sericulture technology, and the success rate of farmers’ sericulture continued to increase. The income of farmers’ sericulture increased significantly. The enthusiasm of silkworm farmers in raising silkworms has increased significantly. In 2022, Huangxi Town will take the effective connection between rural revitalization and poverty alleviation as an opportunity to do a good job in mulberry garden management, technology implementation, and system development, so as to increase the income of sericulture farmers and improve the quality and efficiency of the sericulture industry. It is planned to build a new garden of 140 acres, a new special co-breeding room for small silkworms, and 50 outdoor sericulture greenhouses. It strives to produce 2,000 tons of cocoons and the output value exceeds 5 million yuan.
The relevant person in charge emphasized at the meeting that it is necessary to raise awareness, deeply understand the spirit of the meeting, and vigorously improve the concept of sericulture industry development; it is necessary to strengthen responsibilities, effectively implement the spirit of the meeting, and do a good job in current sericulture production “Three Winters” management work; we must pay close attention to implementation and make every effort to promote the smooth development of various tasks.
Before the meeting, community cadres, workers and sericulture farmers in each village also conducted on-site observation and training on the “three winters” management of mulberry gardens.