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Zibo, China: growing cherries in greenhouses

by Graeme Hammer
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Fruit farmer Yang Guangfeng is managing cherries in his greenhouses in Zibo city, Shandong province. Among the green leaves, clusters of big red cherries are crystal clear.

The geographical location and environment of the Yanya cherry-producing area in Yiyuan County, Zibo City make it combine the advantages of domestic and foreign cherries. They not only have large fruit, beautiful color, rich pulp juice, good taste, and high hardness, but they are also green, pollution-free, safe, and secure, with extremely high nutritional value, and are favored by the fruit market and consumers. 

At present, in the peak harvest season, 200 greenhouses in Yanya Town, with a total of about 600 mu of greenhouse cherries, are coming into a mature market one after another. This year, due to the epidemic impact, the local party committee and the government introduced e-commerce and express delivery companies, which solved the sales problem of big cherries and ensured that fruit farmers had a good harvest. At present, the sales of big cherries have expanded to more than 20 provinces and cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Xinjiang, and Liaoning.


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