Right now, it is a critical period for cotton field management. Townships (towns) in Awati County, Xinjiang, are paying close attention to cotton field technical management, comprehensively improving the level of scientific agricultural management, and laying the foundation for a bumper cotton harvest this year.
On May 23, reporters saw Yilham Yiming, a villager in Towanke Kulas Village, Ayibage Town, Awati County, using a drone in his cotton field. Spray pesticides and prevent and control pests and diseases in a timely manner to ensure the normal growth of cotton and increase production and income.
Villager Yiliham Yiming planted 100 acres of cotton land this year. Under the guidance of agricultural technicians and his careful management, his cotton grew better than in previous years, which made Yiliha We are full of confidence in this year’s cotton harvest.
Ilham Yiming, a villager in Towanke Kulas Village, Ayibage Town, Awati County, said: “This is the third time I have used drones to spray pesticides. It is very time-saving. It also saves effort. At present, the average height of my cotton is 20 centimeters. I will continue to do a good job in cotton field management and increase cotton yield.”
In order to promote the quality and efficiency of cotton planting, the Awati County Agriculture Department Giving full play to the advantages of technology and resources, in the process of cotton management, we continuously strengthen the guidance of agricultural technology and technical services, and provide full-process technical services for cotton farmers to prevent and control various diseases and pests, which effectively promotes cotton efficiency and cotton farmers’ income increase.
“Through the recent fertility monitoring survey, the county’s cotton is growing very well. It is the most important period from the seedling stage to the budding stage of cotton. We will continue to do a good job in the management of cotton. It will lay a solid foundation for a bumper harvest for the county’s cotton industry and allow villagers to live a more fulfilling and happy life,” said Wang Tongren, director of the Agricultural Technology Extension Center of the Awati County Agriculture and Rural Affairs Bureau.