With the gradual improvement of the domestic epidemic situation, the College of Horticulture gave full play to the advantages of the disciplines and fully supported the resumption of production in various places. Right now is the key season for spring tillage and agricultural production, regaining lost time has become a top priority for many agricultural enterprises. Our institute gives full play to its technological advantages and exerts its precision to promote the economic development of various regions.
On the evening of March 10th, Professor Cao Panrong, deputy dean of the College of Horticulture and director of the Tea Science Research Institute, at the invitation of Yunfu City Talent Station and Xinxing County Innovation Center, conducted a title entitled The impact of the epidemic on Guangdong's tea industry and its countermeasures broadcast live. About 200 people working in the tea industry watch online. In the live broadcast, Professor Cao detailed guidance to tea companies to resume work from three aspects: the impact of the epidemic on Guangdong's tea industry and the main problems of spring tea production, which emergencies should be prevented in spring tea production, and the countermeasures for enterprises to resume production. Issues related to resumption of production. Professor Cao pointed out that tea companies must plan in a variety of ways to solve some of the problems caused by labor shortage, actively use national financial and taxation policies to solve difficulties in operating funds for enterprises, focus on dredging and innovating tea marketing channels, and rationally adjust routine management of spring tea gardens to ensure spring tea increases production and improves quality and efficiency.
During the epidemic, Dr. Liu Shaoqun, deputy dean of the College of Horticulture, pay close attention to the protection of spring farming and assist production. The CCTV News specially invited Dr. Liu Shaoqun to give a live broadcast explanation, and the People’s Daily, Guangdong TV Station, Guangdong Science and Technology Department’s Rural Science and Technology Commissioner WeChat public account also gave special reports. Through a combination of online and offline, Dr. Liu Shaoqun led local students and farmers to give lessons in the field and assisted spring farming in his hometown. He used technology to help resist the epidemic resumption of production, made suggestions for local industries, and playing the role of a rural science and technology commissioner, continue to promote precise poverty alleviation through science and technology.
In addition, Professor Huang Yahui, a researcher of the Tea Science Department of our college, and editor-in-chief of Guangdong Tea Technology, his team members conducted a series of seven online lectures to share the team's technology and research results with the majority of tea producers to help resume production, provides strong scientific and technological support for local agricultural production.