NW China sees bumper harvest for wolfberry

14:31, July 18, 2011      

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Workers carry wolfberry, a small nutritious red-colored fruit widely used in traditional Chinese medicine and cuisine, in a local wolfberry market in Ning County of northwestern China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region on July 18, 2011. As the largest wolfberry-growing county in the region, Ning County has attracted businessmen from all over the country to purchase wolfberry. So far, the county's wolfberry cultivation area totals 133 million square meters, accounting for 36 percent of the region's total and 23 percent of the national cultivation area. The annual output of wolfberry in the region stands at 38,000 tons and the output value tops 1.65 billion yuan. (Peng Shaozhi/Xinhua)

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Source: Xinhua
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