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China: More than 3,000 hectares of Mao County plums enter the market

The Qingcui plums of Mao County ripen and enter the market every year in July. The harvest season begins in July and lasts until October. The unique conditions in Mao County, including elevation, climate, sunlight, and water sources, all contribute to the characteristic flavor of Qingcui plums. The Qingcui plum is often praised as the king of plums.

Farmers harvest Qingcui plums

The high elevation and abundant sunlight add to the coloration of Qingcui plums. The temperature differences are great, which contributes to the sugar content of Qingcui plums. Consumers welcome the plum with open arms the moment Qingcui plums from Mao County enter the market.


Qingcui plums

The surface area devoted to Qingcui plum orchards in Mao County is 3,333 hectares. The estimated production volume is 100 thousand tons with a production value of 500 million yuan [73.3 million USD]. The Qingcui plum industry is an important source of income for the people of Mao County.

Source: Sichuan Online

Publication date: 8/10/2018


 


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