The latest information technology adopted for agriculture in Heilongjiang-Xinhua, Northeast China

A photo taken on September 2, 2022 shows a number of weather monitors at a rice technology demonstration park in Fujin City, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Chang Tao)

An aerial photo taken on September 2, 2022, shows an art creation consisting of live plants of different colors in a rice technology display garden in Fujin City, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Chang Tao)

A photo taken on September 2, 2022 shows some electrical appliances scattered in a rice technology demonstration park in Fujin City, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Lan Hongguang)

A photo taken on September 2, 2022 shows a field with water-saving and waste-reducing technologies at a rice technology demonstration park in Fujian City, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Chang Tao)

A staff member of the modern agricultural information service center works in a demonstration park of rice non-hulled technology in Fujin city, northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, on Sept. Weather, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control in the experimental garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Lan Hongguang)

A photo taken on September 2, 2022 shows an art creation consisting of live plants of different colors in a rice technology display garden in Fujin City, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A photo taken on September 2, 2022 shows a pest control device in a rice technology demonstration park in Fujin City, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Chang Tao)

A photo taken on September 2, 2022 shows an art creation consisting of live plants of different colors in a rice technology display garden in Fujin City, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

An aerial photo taken on September 2, 2022 shows the irrigation volume trial area in a rice technology demonstration park in Fujian City, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Chang Tao)

A staff member gives a briefing at the state-of-the-art agricultural information service center of a rice technology demonstration park in Fujian, northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, on September 2, 2022. The latest information technologies including IoT and cloud – computing are certified for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, and monitoring Weather, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control in the experimental garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A picture taken on September 2, 2022 shows the modern agricultural information service center of a rice technology demonstration park in Fujian, northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A photo taken on September 2, 2022 shows a weather monitor at a rice technology demonstration park in Fujian, northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province. Sophisticated information technologies including Internet of Things and cloud computing for breeding management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control have been adopted in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Chang Tao)

An employee patrols a greenhouse at a rice technology demonstration park in Fujian, northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, on September 2, 2022. Cutting-edge information technologies including the Internet of Things and cloud computing have been adopted for breeding. management, water-saving irrigation, weather monitoring, grain growth tracking, as well as pest and weed control in the pilot garden to improve the quantity and quality of rice production. (Xinhua/Chang Tao)

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