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 Record Early Rice Harvest

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Record Early Rice Harvest

Source: Peking Review, No. 36, September 3, 1976
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China gathered in a rich early rice harvest following a bumper summer harvest with wheat as the main crop. Both total output and per-hectare yield were the highest ever.
Rice is an important food grain in China and early rice makes up a considerable portion of total rice output. Rich harvests of early rice have been reaped since the start of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution a decade ago.
With the exception of a few areas where there were slight drops in output due to natural disasters, increases were reported in most of the  13 major early  rice growing areas south of the Yangtze River— 11 provinces, the outskirts of Shanghai and the Kwangsi Chuang Autonomous Region. Of these, Kiangsu, Anhwei, Kwangtung Hupeh, Kwangsi and Shanghai increased their output by a big margin. Total output of the 865,000 hectares of early rice in Kiangsu went up by 20 per cent as compared with last year. Average per-hectare yield was over 4.8 tons in the Soochow and Yangchow Prefectures. Though stricken by serious natural adversities, the rural areas of Shanghai still maintained the high standard of 5.25 tons per hectare. A bigger harvest was reaped on all the two million hectares of early rice in Kwangtung Province. Output on Hainan Island, where yield used to be low, was twice as much this year as in 1965, the year preceding the start of the Great Cultural Revolution. All the counties in the Nanning Prefecture in Kwangsi reported increases, and their combined output was the biggest in a decade.
Sustained low temperature and rainfall in southern China last spring resulted in serious rotting of rice seedlings. However, with their socialist enthusiasm enhanced in the struggle to criticize Teng Hsiao-ping and beat back the Right deviationist attempt at reversing correct verdicts, the rural cadres and commune members energetically earned out the movement to learn from Tachai in agriculture. Firm in the conviction that man will conquer nature, they overcame the effects of the natural disasters with revolutionary will and gathered in a bigger harvest.
  
  
  

 
 
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