Grape industry developed in China's Inner Mongolia

Source: Xinhua Published: 2020/9/16 9:09:55

A staff member works on a wine packaging line at a wine company in Ma'anshan Village of Chifeng, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Sept. 15, 2020. Ma'anshan Village has put great efforts into developing grape industry, by establishing a large area of grape planting base and supporting the development of local wine companies. The planting area of grape in the village has reached 3,500 mu (about 233.3 hectares), with an output of 1,000 kilograms and a net revenue of over 4,000 yuan (about 590.8 U.S. dollars) per mu (about 0.07 hectares). (Xinhua/Xu Qin)


 

Aerial photo shows the vineyard in Ma'anshan Village of Chifeng, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Sept. 14, 2020. Ma'anshan Village has put great efforts into developing grape industry, by establishing a large area of grape planting base and supporting the development of local wine companies. The planting area of grape in the village has reached 3,500 mu (about 233.3 hectares), with an output of 1,000 kilograms and a net revenue of over 4,000 yuan (about 590.8 U.S. dollars) per mu (about 0.07 hectares). (Xinhua/Xu Qin)


 

A villager checks grapes at a vineyard in Ma'anshan Village of Chifeng, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Sept. 14, 2020. Ma'anshan Village has put great efforts into developing grape industry, by establishing a large area of grape planting base and supporting the development of local wine companies. The planting area of grape in the village has reached 3,500 mu (about 233.3 hectares), with an output of 1,000 kilograms and a net revenue of over 4,000 yuan (about 590.8 U.S. dollars) per mu (about 0.07 hectares). (Xinhua/Xu Qin)


 

A staff member works on a wine packaging line at a wine company in Ma'anshan Village of Chifeng, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Sept. 15, 2020. Ma'anshan Village has put great efforts into developing grape industry, by establishing a large area of grape planting base and supporting the development of local wine companies. The planting area of grape in the village has reached 3,500 mu (about 233.3 hectares), with an output of 1,000 kilograms and a net revenue of over 4,000 yuan (about 590.8 U.S. dollars) per mu (about 0.07 hectares). (Xinhua/Xu Qin)


 

A villager checks grapes at a vineyard in Ma'anshan Village of Chifeng, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Sept. 14, 2020. Ma'anshan Village has put great efforts into developing grape industry, by establishing a large area of grape planting base and supporting the development of local wine companies. The planting area of grape in the village has reached 3,500 mu (about 233.3 hectares), with an output of 1,000 kilograms and a net revenue of over 4,000 yuan (about 590.8 U.S. dollars) per mu (about 0.07 hectares). (Xinhua/Xu Qin)


 

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