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After 56 years of unremitting pursuit, we have finally found an effective solution to solve China's food problem

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After 56 years of unremitting pursuit, we have finally found an effective solution to solve China's food problem


Theme

The development and full application of various green plant stem and leaf nutrients,

Operation that can prevent the harvest of autumn crops in northern China from being reduced due to disasters.

Forty percent of China's total grain output is used as animal feed,

The application of new grain saving aquaculture technology can save 200 million tons of grain in China,

The unfavorable situation of China needing to import a large amount of grain can be immediately lifted.

There are twelve major deserts in China, with a total area of 1.011 billion acres,

The application of new technologies in desert management can quickly eliminate these deserts,

It can add 300 million acres of fertile land and 146 million tons of grain to China.

Young people in mountainous areas go out to work, causing widespread desolation of arable land in mountainous areas,

The application of B-type agricultural technology can make barren land well applied,

It can provide very effective guarantees to alleviate China's food crisis.


International Green Global Research and Development Agency

Expert Group

August 18, 2023

catalogue

Preface 1

The first chapter, the development and application of green resources, will be the theoretical system for solving China's food problems. three

1、 Nutrition of Green Plant Resources 3

2、 An inexhaustible source of nutritional resources. six

3、 The enormous benefits generated by the development of green resources 7

1. Eliminated the food crisis disaster faced by people. seven

2. Promoted the pace of rural economic revitalization in China. eleven

Chapter 2: Relieving the conflict between humans and livestock over food can save 200 million tons of surplus feed and grain for China. thirteen

1、 The nutrition of green plant stems and leaves is the foundation for relieving the competition between humans and livestock for food. thirteen

2、 The theoretical system for lifting the competition between humans and livestock for food 13

3、 No Delay in Relieving Food Competition between People and Livestock 18

Chapter 3: The application of new agricultural technologies can make good use of barren land in mountainous areas of China, and contribute to ensuring China's food security. twenty-two

1、 Crisis of increasing barren land area in mountainous areas of China 22

2、 Effective methods for utilizing barren land in mountainous areas of China 25

3、 The effects of wasteland utilization 28

Chapter 4: The application of new technologies for desert management can increase China's fertile land by 300 million acres and increase grain production by 146 million tons. thirty

1、 Establishing a Desert Mechanization Management Corps 30

2、 Requesting Good Fields from China's Deserts 30

3、 The Grain and Economic Effects of Desert Farmland 33

56 years of unremitting pursuit

Finally, we have found a solution to the country's food crisis

Effective Prescription

Preface

In the 1960s, 1962, China fell into a comprehensive food crisis. Mr. Yan Guangcai, an expert from our department, studied in Xi'an. At that time, due to difficulties in food supply, he was unable to meet the food supply of college students, so he had to take a two-year break from school. This event deeply stimulated him and made him deeply realize the importance of the food problem; Internationally, it is believed that "humans must first solve the problem of food before they can talk about anything else." It can be seen that the food problem is a top priority and major issue. Therefore, it is crucial to firmly grasp and ensure that the Chinese people's livelihood is firmly held in their own hands; He made a vow of determination and determination to completely eradicate China's food crisis in his lifetime. He believes that the Chinese nation is the world's largest nation, and he is determined to do so. The Chinese people can not only solve their own food difficulties, but also make their due contributions to lifting humanity's food crisis.

So, what are the fundamental ways to solve the food problem? Starting from July 1, 1966, he led a group of experts to embark on a long research journey to alleviate the food crisis, lasting for 56 years until 2022.

When it comes to solving the food crisis, it is generally through improving varieties to increase the unit yield of grain. Mr. Yan believes that this path cannot fundamentally solve the food crisis that humanity is about to face.

He believes that the arable land used by humans is limited, and the increasing population faced by humans is infinite; Moreover, land desertification will continue to reduce human limited arable land, which is a terrible contrast; In addition, due to the frequent occurrence of extreme climate phenomena in globalization, existing cultivated land cannot function properly. So, humanity will face a global food crisis, which will occur.

In addition, another major reason for human food disasters is that a large portion of the world's total grain is used for animal husbandry and as feed for various animal husbandry. Taking China as an example, the annual feed grain used for animal husbandry and breeding in China is about 250 million tons (accounting for 40% of China's total grain output), which is the main reason for China's food shortage and the need for large-scale imports. In various countries around the world, a larger proportion of feed grains are consumed annually for animal husbandry and breeding. How to save this portion of feed for human use is the primary issue in alleviating the human food disaster. After years of exploration and practical application, guided by the theory of traditional Chinese medicine and the application of plant stem and leaf nutrition, we can easily solve this problem.

Can we find a way to alleviate the food disaster, can we find alternative food sources, and can we have new and resource rich nutrients that can be widely used by humans? This is their greatest pursuit in their lifetime. After 56 years of arduous struggle and unremitting pursuit, exploration, and research, they have finally developed the most effective way to fundamentally solve the human food problem. They believe that from the perspective of botany, current agriculture is mainly focused on harvesting plant seeds (grain). We call it "plant seed agriculture", and we also call this agricultural model "A-type agriculture"; In order to fundamentally alleviate human food disasters, we have developed an agricultural system that utilizes plant stem and leaf nutrition. This type of agriculture is mainly focused on harvesting plant stems and leaves, and we call it "plant stem and leaf agriculture". We also refer to this system of agricultural operation as "B-type agriculture". B-type agriculture has a wide range of applications, including the stems and leaves of crops, the stems and leaves of various trees in forestry systems, and the stems and leaves of various grasses in grassland systems. The full utilization of these resources and nutrients is the foundation for humanity to alleviate food disasters. This is agriculture that utilizes the nutrition of green plant stems and leaves. Based on the actual problems in China's grain production, they propose that the application of four methods can completely solve China's grain problems: ① The development of green resources will be the theoretical system for solving China's grain problems. ② Eliminating the conflict between humans and livestock for food can save China 200 million tons of surplus feed and grain The application of new B-type agricultural technology can make good use of barren land in mountainous areas of China, and contribute to ensuring China's food security The application of new desert management technologies can add 300 million acres of fertile land and 146 million tons of grain to China.


Chapter 1: Development and Application of Green Resources,

It will be the theoretical system to solve China's food problem.

1、 Nutrition of Green Plant Resources

1. The leaf protein in the stems and leaves of green plants is a powerful tool to solve China's food problem.

(1) Research triggered by the 20th century food crisis

Mr. Brown, an American agricultural expert and director of the Worldwatch Institute, announced his research results to the world in 1995 after years of research and investigation. He believes that "in the 21st century, the world will enter a century of hunger..." A stone has stirred up a thousand waves, and people are joyfully entering the 21st century. Just as people are beautifying the blueprint of the 21st century, Mr. Brown's alarm bell immediately disrupted people's beautiful plans for the 21st century. People woke up in a daze and realized that there was still hunger in humanity. And the issue of hunger, like earthquakes and floods, is so ruthless and irresistible that it has quietly come to people's side. It will become the biggest disaster for humanity in the 21st century and the decisive factor affecting its development. Only by solving the problem of food can humans say anything else. So in the dawn of the new century, the issue of hunger has increasingly become a heavy topic of global concern.

What did people in the 21st century eat? Becoming the focus of global attention. Mr. Yan Guangcai and his assistants, after more than 30 years of struggle, have made breakthrough progress in researching plant nutrition and the application of leaf proteins. Leaf protein is the nutrient in plant leaves and stems, which is the precursor of animal protein and plant seed protein. It is a native protein, the first protein; Seed protein is the second protein; Animal protein is the third protein. Leaf protein is a cholesterol free protein with strong activity, so it has a wide range of effects on the growth and development of humans and animals.

(2) Plant leaf protein nutrition will become the main goal pursued by humans in the 21st century

The food crisis of the 21st century is irreversible, and leaf proteins are proteins in plant leaves and stems. The resources of plant leaves and stems are very vast, including forests, grasslands, and agriculture, which are 8-10 times the nutritional source of seeds. They are widely found in nature and are very rich in resources, making them a treasure trove of human nutrition.

Human research on leaf proteins has a history of over seventy years. Originating from the United Kingdom, at the end of World War II, in order to prevent hunger, the British began to study leaf protein, but it has not been widely used yet. There are two main reasons: firstly, the contradiction between population size and food shortage is not yet so serious, which cannot attract people's attention; Secondly, the application of leaf protein by the British is localized and has not developed into a systematic application. After more than 30 years of exploration, our application of leaf protein is comprehensive and systematic, not only in animal feed, but also in food and medicine consumed by humans. It is crucial for human health.

We use leaf protein differently from foreigners, who produce very few varieties of leaf protein and can only be used in feed. They believe that tobacco leaves are rich in protein, so many foreign manufacturers use tobacco leaves as the main raw material for processing leaf protein. However, this leaf protein has a peculiar odor and can only be used as feed, which is costly and difficult to apply in practice. We not only apply leaf protein from the perspective of nutrition, but also based on the theory of the Five Elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This allows for the utilization of various green resources and the production of high-quality leaf protein. For example, we believe that eight types of leaf proteins extracted from wheat leaves, ryegrass, and alfalfa are the best. Soybean seedlings, yellow bamboo grass, and other leaf proteins are secondary leaf proteins. These leaf proteins can be used in the feed of calves, lambs, piglets, chickens, and fish, as well as in human food. They can also be combined and widely used in medical treatment. Leaf protein is divided into three types based on its efficacy: feed, food, and medical. Taking Bamao, one of the top eight harmful weeds in China, as an example, this article briefly describes the efficacy of leaf protein: Bamao is used for processing leaf protein, which can be harvested four times a year. The first crop harvested in spring produces the best processed leaf protein, which is used as advanced nutrition for humans and as a food additive. The leaf protein processed in the last three crops can only be used as animal feed. Also, the leaf protein processed from wheat seedlings is the best. As a medical product, its efficacy and function are to promote cell regeneration in the human body, balance endocrine function, regulate malignant constitution, and resist aging.

The development of leaf protein has expanded the application range of various green plants, making leaf protein widely used. Moreover, the grass residue produced after processing leaf protein is also an excellent feed for herbivores. Grass, which can only be used in herbivorous animal feed, is widely used in various animal feed. So the development and application of leaf protein will become the main force in solving the problem of food competition between humans and livestock.

2. The chlorophyll in the stems and leaves of green plants is a magic weapon for relieving the competition between humans and livestock for food.

The stems and leaves of various green plants contain a component called chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is the main component in plant stems and leaves. It is known that its main function is for photosynthesis and the production of nutrients. However, chlorophyll plays an extremely important role in human and animal growth. The constituent elements of chlorophyll are hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and magnesium; The constituent elements of heme are hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and iron. It can be seen that there is only one element difference between chlorophyll and heme in the elemental composition. As long as the magnesium in chlorophyll is replaced with iron, chlorophyll can become heme. According to the results of multiple experiments conducted on humans and animals, it has been proven that the use of foods rich in chlorophyll in humans and animals significantly increases the number of red blood cells in their blood. The role of red blood cells in the blood is to transport oxygen and nutrients to various cells of animals. The increase of red blood cells enhances the function of transporting oxygen and nutrients. That will stimulate the metabolism of humans and animals, accelerate growth, and increase their ability to eliminate toxic substances. In addition, super chlorophyll has special effects. For example, chlorophyll extracted from wheat seedlings (wheat green pigment) can promote cell regeneration in the human body, balance endocrine function, regulate malignant constitution, and resist aging. For animals, the use of chlorophyll containing feed is not only a matter of healthy growth, but also its meat is rich in nutrients, high in freshness and tenderness, and has a good taste.

3. The trace elements in the nutrition of green plant stems and leaves will be an effective guarantee for the production of natural nutritional products.

The content of various micronutrients and mineral elements in the nutrition of green plant stems and leaves is much higher than that of grains. Therefore, the development of green resources will be a strong guarantee for the production of natural nutritional products.

4. The leaf green powder processed from the stems and leaves of green plants is the most effective substance for relieving food competition between humans and livestock.

The fresh stems and leaves of various green plants are processed, dried, and crushed into powder according to our production process, which is called leaf green powder. Leaf green powder is rich in chlorophyll and various nutrients, higher than ordinary grass powder. Variety categories include: green powder of tree twigs and leaves, green powder of various forage leaves, green powder of various vegetable waste leaves and fruit waste leaves.

Leaf green powder is an important component in herbivorous animal feed. For example, the three major crops we use as feed for cattle and sheep are orange stalks (corn orange, wheat straw orange, and rice straw orange), which account for about 50% of the feed ratio. Due to the lack of chlorophyll in these straw stalks, about 25% of leaf green powder must be added to ensure the nutritional balance in the feed formula.

Note: Plant stems and leaves include three major parts: tender branches and leaves of various trees, stems and leaves of various grasses, tender stems and leaves of various crops, and straw waste leaves of crops. That is to say, processing and extracting nutrients from the three major green resources in nature for human use is the emergence of the theoretical system for nutrient utilization of plant stems and leaves. We call it the green resource utilization enterprise, abbreviated as the green enterprise.

2、 An inexhaustible source of nutritional resources.

The stems and leaves of plants come from forests, grasslands, and crops. China's green resources include 6.1 billion acres of grassland, 2.38 billion acres of forest, and 1.46 billion acres of agricultural land, totaling 9.94 billion acres. In terms of agriculture, the seeds (grains) harvested by people are only 50-60% of the overall nutrients utilized in agricultural operations. The stems, leaves, and straw of crops contain rich nutrients and are discarded. In terms of the entire green resources, the various grasses growing on forests and grasslands have not been well utilized; Taking the overall measure of green resources, the food (seeds) consumed by people only account for about 10% of the total nutrition of green resources, and more than 90% of the nutrition is not utilized; Green resources belong to renewable resources, which are used annually. Grain can only be harvested once or twice a year, while plant stems and leaves are inexhaustible sources of nutrients.

Green resources are the primary productive force of nature. Green plants produce approximately 450 billion tons of organic matter annually, while humans use less than 2% of organic matter such as grains, cotton, oil, and grains, and 98% of organic matter is not utilized. The green industry is an industry that utilizes the nutrition of plant stems and leaves, which will expand the scope of human utilization of nature. It is also the beginning of human large-scale utilization of green resources and is a green revolution. It is also the third way for humans to utilize nature for transformation, The earliest human life in ancient times was to use wild fruits, leaves, and hunting from nature for a living, which was the first way for humans to use nature for living. Since people discovered that seeds could be eaten, farming has emerged, and people have transformed from nomadic life to pastoral life. This is the transformation of human use of nature, which is also the second way for humans to use nature, which has not changed to this day. The green cause that has been initiated so far is The Beginning of Human's Third Way of Utilizing Nature


3、 The enormous benefits generated by the development of green resources

1. Eliminated the food crisis disaster faced by people.

(1) The lifting of the major contradiction between humans and livestock over food will ensure food security as quickly as possible.

The occurrence of the food crisis disaster is global. We believe that the main reasons for this are the following phenomena: the expansion rate of desertification, the increase in green space loss rate, and the engulfment of large areas of farmland and land; Due to the continuous occurrence of environmental pollution, natural disasters occur frequently, resulting in a decrease in the effective utilization rate of arable land; Excessive use of fertilizers and pesticides on existing cultivated land has resulted in diseased work and reduced yield per unit area; Poor environment and people's excessive fishing of aquatic products have led to a sharp decrease in the amount of aquatic products provided by rivers, lakes, and oceans; More seriously, the World Meteorological Organization predicts that from 2022 onwards, global water, drought, frost, wind, and hail disasters will become more severe and frequent, resulting in a large-scale reduction in food production. The various adverse phenomena mentioned above have caused a global food disaster. However, the global population is constantly increasing. As time goes by, this contrast continues to increase, resulting in food supply not meeting demand.

China is the world's most populous country. Currently, China is facing a food shortage, requiring approximately 130 million tons of imported food annually. For China, it is obviously unrealistic to import food to support such a large population country; This is also a matter of great concern to Chinese leader Xi Jinping. He said, 'What else is it about modernization construction when someone grabs their job and eats according to their looks?'; He attaches great importance to the issue of food security in China, saying, "Only when agriculture is strong and food security is fully guaranteed can... have sufficient confidence and strategic initiative; The National Development and Reform Commission of China also stated at the National Congress that "food security is the greatest of the country, a top priority and eternal theme." It can be seen that lifting China's food problem is a top priority for China.

This is because, over time, the world's food stock has tightened and it is difficult to import food. Therefore, the food issue is the lifeline for the safe survival of the Chinese people. So, eliminating China's food shortage is urgent.

Currently, China's total grain production is about 600 million tons, of which 250 million tons are used as feed for various livestock, 250 million tons are used as food for human consumption, and the last 100 million tons are used for other purposes, which is the direction of China's grain use. Due to the fact that 250 million tons of food is not enough for China's 1.4 billion people, it is now necessary to import at least 130 million tons of food from abroad every year to meet the food needs of the Chinese people. How can we solve the dilemma of "China needs to import food to feed the Chinese people"? The best way is to replace the feed grains currently used for various livestock, which is often referred to as lifting the "conflict between humans and livestock for food". At present, as long as the green plant feed composed of green plant stem and leaf nutrition theory is applied, it can easily replace most of the food used for various livestock feed in China.

Green plant feed: It is a new type of food saving feed. In the feed of herbivorous animals, there is no grain ratio, while in the feed of omnivorous animals, the proportion of grain is only 20%. In this way, based on China's annual use of 250 million tons of feed grain, it can save 200 million tons of feed grain for the country, and immediately eliminate the current situation of China's need for grain imports. This is because the application of nutrients such as leaf protein and chlorophyll plays a decisive role. So it can be said that green plant feed is a new way to resolve the conflict between humans and livestock for food.

(2) To ensure the safe operation of agriculture in the northern region of China after autumn without reducing yields in case of disasters.

In northern China, natural disasters often occur in August, leading to agricultural failure in autumn. Due to the cooling climate in November, there is only about two months left for planting any food crops. Due to the short harvest time, there is no time to harvest them, so the land has to be left unused.

However, if the stem and leaf nutrition theory of green plants is applied, agricultural crops such as soybeans and corn can be planted, with the goal of harvesting soybean and corn seedlings. These operations are mainly focused on extracting nutrients such as leaf protein and chlorophyll from the tender stems and leaves of these plants, which ensures the safe operation of agriculture without reducing harvest in case of disasters.

(3) It has opened up a new path of good utilization of barren farmland.

Young farmers in mountainous areas have gone out to work, which has formed a wave of work, and the surplus has been severe, resulting in a large area of arable land being abandoned due to no one cultivating it. The total arable land area in China is 1.7 billion acres, of which 45% is distributed in mountainous areas, with an area of 765 million acres. The desolation in this part of the land is a major factor causing national food shortages. We believe that in a sense, the current phenomenon is a national disaster. According to our investigation in Shanxi, Henan, Sichuan, Yungui and other regions, it was found that some areas account for 30% of the arable land area in mountainous areas, while others account for over 70% of the arable land area in mountainous areas.

China is the world's most populous country, with mountainous areas accounting for 45% of China's total arable land area, approximately 765 million acres. The population of mountainous areas also accounts for a significant proportion of the country's population. Now, a large number of mountainous populations are flocking to cities, and their food originally relies on self-sufficiency in the mountainous areas; Nowadays, food relies on urban supply; Originally, many products in their mountainous areas were supplied to other places; Now these cultivated lands have become barren and worthless. This is the crisis caused by the desertification of arable land in mountainous areas. We believe that in a sense, the current phenomenon of barren land is a national disaster. Because of this phenomenon, it is one of the main reasons for the country's food shortage.

So, the issue of utilizing mountainous wasteland is a matter of livelihood for the Chinese people and a top priority issue for China. How to make good use of these barren farmland, and also generate the effect of food. (Using leaf protein from plant stems and leaves to replace feed grains does not affect young people's ability to work outside.). After years of research and practical operation by experts, a complete set of methods has been developed to fully utilize the barren land in mountainous areas.

One of the simplest methods to cite is to process and utilize Bamao, which grows in various southern regions. It is one of the top eight harmful weeds in China listed by the Ministry of Agriculture, with a large yield and wide production range, and is also a common harmful weed on barren land. After years of research, this is a nutritious grass plant that can be directly processed into excellent feed for various herbivorous animals; The leaf protein produced after deep processing can become advanced nutrition for humans and feed for various animals; Bamao is a perennial plant with strong growth potential and is also the preferred plant for wasteland utilization. It has a high yield and can be harvested four times a year, yielding 20 tons of fresh grass per mu, with an output value of up to 4000 yuan, which can bring abundant income to farmers; There are also similar plants, such as mango grass, perennial ramie, goji tree branches and leaves, mulberry tree branches and leaves, Rumex K-1, diseased pine vanilla, and aggregated grass, all of which can achieve the same effect.

In order to fully utilize these barren lands, we will build a nursery to cultivate and introduce more than ten types of plants suitable for local growth from all over the country, and distribute them to farmers. At the same time, we also utilize some wasteland to grow food and agricultural crops without using fertilizers. We use the biological fertilizers and farmhouse compound fertilizers we have studied, with the aim of testing the development of ecological agriculture and forming an ecological agricultural system in local agriculture.

In order to test the application effect of green plant feed such as Bamao, we also carry out aquaculture at the same time. The main breeding varieties include cattle, ostriches, pigs, and chickens. Through breeding, we confirm the good effects brought by the application of these forage grasses; At the same time, it has also been confirmed that the application of these grasslands can save 80% of the feed, which will make a huge trial effect for solving the national problem of food competition between humans and livestock; By applying our ecological breeding technology, all kinds of livestock products produced can meet production standards and be exported to Singapore, Japan, and South Korea; At the same time, we also introduce improved breeds of beef cattle, ostriches, pigs, chickens, and other breeds from all over the country, making due contributions to the development of local agriculture and rural revitalization.

Our overall goal is not only to make good use of all barren farmland and produce very good effects, but also to integrate existing farmland into the ecological agricultural system. At the same time, this is a model model for the utilization of mountainous wasteland, which will trigger a nationwide new trend of "utilizing mountainous wasteland and resolving the conflict between humans and livestock for food." This will completely alleviate the national food shortage; Maintain national food security and set practical examples.

(4) Expanding the utilization of wilderness on mountain slopes and gullies, and increasing the effect of cultivated land in mountainous areas.

The plants I developed and applied, such as pomegranate and ramie, can grow on natural roadsides, wasteland, slopes, gullies, and crevices, making them highly adaptable plants; They are perennial plants that reproduce quickly; They are plants that grow and tiller quickly.

We will use the tender stems and leaves of these plants as animal feed and extract leaf protein, which will encourage people to cultivate various types of land in the mountains and effectively expand the use of arable land in mountainous areas.

2. Promoted the pace of rural economic revitalization in China.

① The development of green plant resources. A large number of processing and production factories will emerge as the times require. For example, leaf protein processing factories, chlorophyll processing factories, green word feed factories, various breeding farms, leaf protein food factories, etc. The birth of these factories has accelerated the industrialization process of agricultural products, expanded the camp of agricultural products, and promoted channels for rural population employment.

② The main products produced in the development of green resources include leaf protein (for human use and feed use) and chlorophyll (such as wheat green pigment, ginkgo chlorophyll, ginseng chlorophyll, etc.), which are all scarce export products, thus increasing the channels for foreign trade of agricultural products.

③ The development of green resources has caused industry mutations in agricultural development.

The harvest of agriculture is not a farming model aimed at harvesting plant seeds, which leads to the emergence of a second agricultural system - stem and leaf agriculture; Forestry is not primarily aimed at harvesting wood, but has also led to the emergence of a second forestry system - stem and leaf forestry. In this way, the development channels for agriculture and forestry have been expanded.

④ The development of green resources has added a new path to agricultural security.

In the northern region of China, natural disasters often occur in autumn, resulting in a crop failure. But if the second agricultural system is applied for planting, it will not reduce agricultural yields in case of disasters.

⑤ It has expanded the scope of agricultural development, triggered a new trend in people's utilization of the eight major harmful weeds, and expanded the camp of agricultural products.

A. The development of green plant stem and leaf nutrition guides people to utilize the eight major pests that harm agriculture, making these pests beneficial and valuable.

In China, there are many harmful weeds that harm crops, water sources, and forests for nutrition. However, there are only eight types of harmful weeds that cause great harm, reproduce fastest, and grow fastest. This has been repeatedly tested and certified by us in China for many years.

Detailed List of Eight Harmful Grasses in China

Serial number, name, source, alias, place of growth

1. Bamao Gramineae, belonging to the awn genus, with five pointed bitter reed bones, rod awns, and rod green in various southern regions

2. Mang grass, grass family, Mang genus, Mangma Er Gan, Ba Mao, Da Ba Er Sheng, all over the country

3 Rice Grass Grass Undergraduate (imported from the United States) from various coastal areas

4. Humulus Moriaceae, Humulus Genus, Lala Teng, Wuclawed Dragon, Lala Seedling, Shuren Teng, and Daozi Ran, all over the country

5. Amaranthaceae, Lotus Seed Grass, Hollow Lotus Seed Grass, Water Spinach, Drought loving Lotus Seed Grass

Hollow Amaranth from various parts of the South

6. Pueraria lobata, Leguminosae, Pueraria genus, wild Pueraria lobata, and Pueraria lobata from all over the country

7. Sarraceae, Baijiu Grass, Erigeron canadensis, Erigeron breviscapus and Artemisia argyi all over the country

8. Euphorbiaceae, Euphorbia genus Jiefang grass, red deer grass, and black grass from various parts of the southern region

In addition to the above harmful weeds, there are also many more harmful weeds in China: wild pineapple, water hyacinth, water hyacinth, raindrop, rice grass, Canadian goldenrod, ragweed, myrtle, water hyacinth, myrtle, and so on. Preliminary estimates suggest that the total amount of fresh grass from these harmful weeds is over 600 million tons.

For many years, our organization has led a group of experts led by Mr. Yan Guangcai, who are professionals in researching the nutritional utilization of green plant stems and leaves. Firstly, a systematic study was conducted on various harmful weeds in China, and after years of struggle, gratifying results were finally achieved. These harmful grasses can be used as feed for various animals, as advanced nutrients for human use, and as medicinal herbs. In this way, not only can a large amount of grain be saved for the country, but also a new smooth path is opened for rural farmers to become rich.

B. The development of green plant stem and leaf nutrition has strengthened the agricultural camp.

a. This led to the emergence of agriculture with the goal of harvesting plant stems and leaves - secondary agriculture. We also refer to this farming model as the "soybean seedling model". Its main products include: soybean leaf protein, corn leaf protein, wheat leaf protein, etc.

b. This has led to the emergence of forestry with the goal of harvesting plant stems and leaves - the second forestry.

We also refer to this forestry model as the "leaf forming model". Its main products include "broussonetia leaf protein, ginkgo leaf protein, pine leaf protein, cypress leaf protein, oak leaf protein", etc.


Chapter 2: Relieving the Conflict between Human and Animal Food Competition,

It can save 200 million tons of surplus feed for China.

1、 The nutrition of green plant stems and leaves is the foundation for relieving the competition between humans and livestock for food.

The most effective way to eliminate the competition between humans and livestock for food is to fully utilize the nutrients in the stems and leaves of green plants to replace feed grains.

The stems and leaves of green plants come from three major plant series: ① the tender branches and leaves of various forest trees; ② The stems and leaves of various grasses; ③ The stems and leaves of various crops and the waste leaves of crop straw.

In order to find a solution to the food crisis that has occurred in humans from a conceptual perspective, for many years, we have attempted to study how to process these green resources in nature into nutrients that are available to humans. This is the emergence of the theoretical system for plant stem and leaf nutrition utilization. Specifically, it is to process these three green resources in nature into leaf proteins for human and animal applications, and into green feed for animal applications.

Currently, China's total grain production is about 600 million tons, of which 250 million tons are used as feed for various livestock, 250 million tons are used as food for human consumption, and the last 100 million tons are used for other purposes, which is the direction of China's grain use. As the world's food supply tightens, people first need to solve the conflict between humans and livestock for food. That is to replace most of the 250 million tons of feed used in animals for human use. At present, as long as the theory of green plant stem and leaf nutrition is applied, this problem can be easily solved.

2、 The theoretical system for lifting the competition between humans and livestock for food

1. The chlorophyll in the stems and leaves of green plants is a magic weapon for relieving the competition between humans and livestock for food.

The stems and leaves of various green plants contain a component called chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is the main component in plant stems and leaves. It is known that its main function is for photosynthesis and the production of nutrients. However, chlorophyll plays an extremely important role in human and animal growth. The constituent elements of chlorophyll are hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and magnesium; The constituent elements of heme are hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and iron. It can be seen that there is only one element difference between chlorophyll and heme in the elemental composition. As long as the magnesium in chlorophyll is replaced with iron, chlorophyll can become heme. According to the results of multiple experiments conducted on humans and animals, it has been proven that the use of foods rich in chlorophyll in humans and animals significantly increases the number of red blood cells in their blood. The role of red blood cells in the blood is to transport oxygen and nutrients to various cells of animals. The increase of red blood cells enhances the function of transporting oxygen and nutrients. That will stimulate the metabolism of humans and animals, accelerate growth, and increase their ability to eliminate toxic substances. In addition, super chlorophyll has special effects. For example, chlorophyll extracted from wheat seedlings (wheat green pigment) can promote cell regeneration in the human body, balance endocrine function, regulate malignant constitution, and resist aging. For animals, the use of chlorophyll containing feed is not only a matter of healthy growth, but also its meat is rich in nutrients, high in freshness and tenderness, and has a good taste.

2. The leaf protein in the stems and leaves of green plants is a powerful tool for relieving the competition between humans and livestock for food.

(1) Research triggered by the 20th century food crisis

Mr. Brown, an American agricultural expert and director of the Worldwatch Institute, announced his research results to the world in 1995 after years of research and investigation. He believes that "in the 21st century, the world will enter a century of hunger..." A stone has stirred up a thousand waves, and people are joyfully entering the 21st century. Just as people are beautifying the blueprint of the 21st century, Mr. Brown's alarm bell immediately disrupted people's beautiful plans for the 21st century. People woke up in a daze and realized that there was still hunger in humanity. And the issue of hunger, like earthquakes and floods, is so ruthless and irresistible that it has quietly come to people's side. It will become the biggest disaster for humanity in the 21st century and the decisive factor affecting its development. Only by solving the problem of food can humans say anything else. So in the dawn of the new century, the issue of hunger has increasingly become a heavy topic of global concern.

What did people in the 21st century eat? Becoming the focus of global attention. Mr. Yan Guangcai and his assistants, after more than 30 years of struggle, have made breakthrough progress in researching plant nutrition and the application of leaf proteins. Leaf protein is the nutrient in plant leaves and stems, which is the precursor of animal protein and plant seed protein. It is a native protein, the first protein; Seed protein is the second protein; Animal protein is the third protein. Leaf protein is a cholesterol free protein with strong activity, so it has a wide range of effects on the growth and development of humans and animals.

(2) Plant leaf protein nutrition will become the main goal pursued by humans in the 21st century

The food crisis of the 21st century is irreversible, and leaf proteins are proteins in plant leaves and stems. The resources of plant leaves and stems are very vast, including forests, grasslands, and agriculture, which are 8-10 times the nutritional source of seeds. They are widely found in nature and are very rich in resources, making them a treasure trove of human nutrition.

Human research on leaf proteins has a history of over seventy years. Originating from the United Kingdom, at the end of World War II, in order to prevent hunger, the British began to study leaf protein, but it has not been widely used yet. There are two main reasons: firstly, the contradiction between population size and food shortage is not yet so serious, which cannot attract people's attention; Secondly, the application of leaf protein by the British is localized and has not developed into a systematic application. After more than 30 years of exploration, our application of leaf protein is comprehensive and systematic, not only in animal feed, but also in food and medicine consumed by humans. It is crucial for human health.

We use leaf protein differently from foreigners, who produce very few varieties of leaf protein and can only be used in feed. They believe that tobacco leaves are rich in protein, so many foreign manufacturers use tobacco leaves as the main raw material for processing leaf protein. However, this leaf protein has a peculiar odor and can only be used as feed, which is costly and difficult to apply in practice. We not only apply leaf protein from the perspective of nutrition, but also based on the theory of the Five Elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This allows for the utilization of various green resources and the production of high-quality leaf protein. For example, we believe that eight types of leaf proteins extracted from wheat leaves, ryegrass, and alfalfa are the best. Soybean seedlings, yellow bamboo grass, and other leaf proteins are secondary leaf proteins. These leaf proteins can be used in the feed of calves, lambs, piglets, chickens, and fish, as well as in human food. They can also be combined and widely used in medical treatment.

The development of leaf protein has expanded the application range of various green plants, and will only be applied in herbivorous animal feed, widely used in various animal feed.

3. The leaf green powder processed from the stems and leaves of green plants is the most effective substance for relieving food competition between humans and livestock.

The fresh stems and leaves of various green plants are processed, dried, and crushed into powder, which is called leaf green powder. Leaf green powder is rich in chlorophyll and various nutrients, higher than ordinary grass powder. Variety categories include: green powder of tree twigs and leaves, green powder of various forage leaves, green powder of various vegetable waste leaves and fruit waste leaves.

Leaf green powder is an important component in herbivorous animal feed. For example, the three major crops we use as feed for cattle and sheep are orange stalks (corn orange, wheat straw orange, and rice straw orange), which account for about 50% of the feed ratio. Due to the lack of chlorophyll in these straw stalks, about 25% of leaf green powder must be added to ensure the nutritional balance in the feed formula.

4. The application of green plant feed is a new way to solve the contradiction between human and animal food competition.

Green plant feed is an expert in the Green Ring organization, who has worked hard for more than 30 years to establish the "theory of plant stem and leaf nutrition". Starting from this basic theory, more than 530 types of green plant feed have been developed.

Green plant feed, abbreviated as green feed, is a new type of feed that is completely different from ordinary feed. It has the most obvious difference from the feed currently used domestically and internationally:

① Different principles of feed formulation

When formulating green plant feed, it not only refers to the current nutritional perspective, but also applies the theoretical basis of the Five Elements Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Therefore, its formulation principle is different from any current feed.

② There are different concepts for the word "green" in green

Firstly, it is a feed made up of green plant stems and leaves, so the green word means green plant "green".

Secondly, green plant feed is entirely composed of natural nutritional ingredients without any chemical additives added, so the word 'green' can be interpreted as it is safe and pollution-free feed.

Thirdly, the production process of green plants and the selection of raw materials all comply with the green feed standards, so this "green" word is interpreted as a green product feed.

③ Different raw materials for green plant feed

Transforming natural leaves, forage, and various crop stalks and waste leaves into food for humans, resulting in the production of leaf green powder and leaf protein; The second type of product becomes feed for various livestock, poultry, and aquatic products. This type of feed is called green plant feed, abbreviated as green feed.

More than 100 plant leaf stems selected from over a thousand plants are processed into leaf proteins, which are the raw materials for various green plant feed. These leaf proteins can be divided into three major types based on their functions: one type is nutritional, and these raw materials contain high levels of crude protein, including various amino acids and abundant vitamins. These raw materials are used to balance the nutrition of amino acids and vitamins in the ingredients. The second type has disease prevention and disease resistance effects, and the addition of this raw material can effectively prevent the occurrence of various diseases in animals during their growth process. The third category is raw materials that promote animal growth and development. After adding this raw material, it is beneficial for animals to grow quickly, have good meat quality, and lay more eggs.

After the application of green plant feed, the nutritional composition of livestock products has undergone qualitative changes, with bright colors, high nutritional content, and good taste.

Green plant feed: It is a new type of food saving feed. In the feed of herbivorous animals, there is no grain ratio, while in the feed of omnivorous animals, the proportion of grain is only 20%. This is because the application of leaf proteins and chlorophyll plays a decisive role. So it can be said that green plant feed is a new way to resolve the conflict between humans and livestock for food.


3、 No Delay in Relieving Food Competition between People and Livestock

1. Eliminating China's food shortage is urgent

The occurrence of the food crisis disaster is global. We believe that the main reasons for this are the following phenomena: the expansion rate of desertification, the increase in green space loss rate, and the engulfment of large areas of farmland and land; Due to the continuous occurrence of environmental pollution, natural disasters occur frequently, resulting in a decrease in the effective utilization rate of arable land; Excessive use of fertilizers and pesticides on existing cultivated land has resulted in diseased work and reduced yield per unit area; Poor environment and people's excessive fishing of aquatic products have led to a sharp decrease in the amount of aquatic products provided by rivers, lakes, and oceans; More seriously, the World Meteorological Organization predicts that from 2022 onwards, global water, drought, frost, wind, and hail disasters will become more severe and frequent, resulting in a large-scale reduction in food production. The various adverse phenomena mentioned above have caused a global food disaster. However, the global population is constantly increasing. As time goes by, this contrast continues to increase, resulting in food supply not meeting demand.

China is the world's most populous country, and currently, there is a shortage of food in China. Some of the food needs to be imported to support such a large population country, which is obviously unrealistic. Because over time, the world's food stock has become increasingly tight and it is difficult to import food. Therefore, for Chinese people, the food issue is the lifeline for their safe survival. So, eliminating China's food shortage is urgent.

2. The application of a green feed system will provide a reliable guarantee for resolving the conflict between humans and livestock over food.

(1) The excellent effects generated by the application of green plant feed.

① Green plant feed mainly uses chlorophyll in plant stems and leaves.

In this feed formula, the application of chlorophyll can make animals metabolize vigorously, grow quickly, and have fewer diseases. It can also help animals quickly eliminate various toxins in their bodies, improve the nutritional level of meat, and make the meat fresh and tender, with a good taste.

② Green plant feed uses leaf protein from plant stems and leaves. Leaf protein is a native protein and also the first protein (seed protein and animal protein are the second and third proteins). Leaf protein has strong activity and contains various amino acids that are relatively safe. Especially, the essential amino acids for animal growth, such as methionine, lysine, and tryptophan, are several times higher in leaf protein than seed protein and animal protein. Therefore, after animals use this feed, It meets the nutritional needs of animals and is conducive to production and development.

③ The vitamin content in plant stems and leaves is full and high, such as vitamin C, E, A, and D, which are most needed for animal growth. The content in plant stems and leaves is several times higher than that in plant seeds. Green plant feed is composed of plant stems and leaves, so the vitamin content in green feed is high and complete, which can promote animal growth and development.

④ The formula for green feed is mainly based on the principles of the Five Elements Theory of Chinese Traditional Medicine. It continues to run through the theory of nutrition and, based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, focuses on adjusting the overall development of animals to match the formula. Therefore, the formula is appropriate, and the production and development of animals are normal after application, with fewer diseases.

⑤ The various plant stem and leaf raw materials used in green feed are processed according to certain processes, maximizing the retention of aromatic substances in plants. Therefore, the green feed composed of this raw material is fragrant and delicious, and has a good taste, large appetite, and faster growth when consumed by animals.

⑥ Green feed is formulated based on natural nutrition. After animal use, it can be digested, absorbed, diseased, and has good meat quality.

⑦ The processing methods of green feed are exquisite, and there are certain particle size requirements for each raw material processing, which is suitable for animal applications. Therefore, animal applications have short chewing time, fast digestion, short digestion time, multiple feeding times, large daily intake, and fast weight gain.

⑧ The structure of the animal breeding house is reasonable, with good lighting, heatstroke prevention and sun protection, good ventilation, good hygiene, and low susceptibility to infectious diseases. The comfortable growth environment is suitable for animal growth and development.

Green feed does not add any chemical additives and implements the green feed method. Taking cattle as an example, various formulas are applied and changed in a timely manner during the feeding process, which can adapt to the growth and development conditions of cattle. Therefore, cattle are basically disease-free and can achieve the expected results on time; Beef cattle raised with green feed can easily reach or exceed international standards in terms of meat quality, and the cost of raising is low; The meat quality level of beef cattle raised with green feed is very high. Generally, the measured tenderness shear value of meat quality is below 2.6, the naked eye area is above 90, and the total weight of high-end parts of fourth class beef cattle is above 26 kilograms.

(2) During the feeding process, multiple formulas and segmented feeding methods are used

At present, only one or two formulas are used in the breeding process of animal husbandry products, while the production process of green and high-end animal husbandry products is divided into three stages by applying multiple formulas.

The first stage is the adaptation period, which allows animals to adapt to the feeding method of green ring tissue, using 2-3 formulas.

The second stage is the weight gain period. After adapting to the enclosure and environment designed by the green ring tissue, the animals quickly gain weight and apply 2-3 formulas.

The third stage is the adjustment period, which mainly involves detoxification, adjusting meat quality and flavor, producing qualified products according to user needs, and applying 2-3 formulas.

After applying the segmented feeding method, excellent products with good flavor and taste can be produced.

(3) Applying Green Management Law

In order to meet product standards and facilitate management, and based on the needs of animal growth, the Green Ring organization's construction of various animal pens is also different from today's various pens. For example, raising beef cattle is a single row feeding method; The design for raising pigs is a pig building with six floors and grazing style feeding; Raising chickens through grazing methods and so on.

Animal pens designed using green ring organization can meet the needs of animal production and facilitate the implementation of green management laws. The enclosure is clean and hygienic, with fewer mosquitoes and flies, and will not suffer from giant infectious diseases such as mad cow disease and foot and mouth disease. It can produce products that meet safety standards.

(4) The green plant feed and green breeding management method can be widely applied in the breeding of various animals, providing a reliable guarantee for the elimination of food competition between humans and livestock.

Green plant feed, green management method, can be widely applied in the production of various livestock products. For example, herbivorous animals such as beef cattle, cows, yaks, meat donkeys, meat horses, meat sheep, meat rabbits, meat deer, etc; Omnivorous animals such as pigs, chickens, laying hens, and pigeons.

Through our calculations, the application of green plant stem and leaf nutrition, green plant feed, and green management methods can reasonably utilize one billion tons of crop orange stems in China; Can turn various harmful weeds within China into benefits; It will effectively resolve the conflict between humans and livestock for food, save over 200 million tons of surplus food for the country, and provide effective ways to eliminate the country's food shortage.

Note: Please refer to "Effective Measures to Eliminate China's Grain Shortage" for details.

Chapter 3: Application of New Agricultural Technologies,

It can make good use of the barren land in mountainous areas of China,

To assist in ensuring China's food security.

1、 Crisis of increasing barren land area in mountainous areas of China

1. The crisis of wasteland caused by rural households going out to work in mountainous areas.

(1) Caused by the wave of migrant workers

Young farmers in mountainous areas have gone out to work, which has formed a wave of work, and the surplus has been severe, resulting in a large area of arable land being abandoned due to no one cultivating it. The total arable land area in China is 1.7 billion acres, of which 45% is distributed in mountainous areas, with an area of 765 million acres. The desolation in this part of the land is a major factor causing national food shortages. We believe that in a sense, the current phenomenon is a national disaster. According to our investigation in Shanxi, Henan, Sichuan, Yungui and other regions, it was found that some areas account for 30% of the arable land area in mountainous areas, while others account for over 70% of the arable land area in mountainous areas.

(2) The current situation of rural population in mountainous areas

There are two types of rural residents in mountainous areas of China: the elderly and children. At the beginning, as these elderly people still had a certain amount of physical strength, they could still take care of the flat and good land. However, as they grew older, their physical strength became exhausted, and even the flat and good land could not be taken care of. These cultivated lands could only be turned into wasteland.

(3) The process of rural land desertification in mountainous areas

The order of barren rural land in mountainous areas is: firstly, the land with large slopes that are difficult to cultivate; Next are the farmland with small slopes; Finally, those in the mountainous areas consider it a precious land, a fertile field for growing rice and wheat.

(4) What grows on these already barren lands

What plants are growing on these already barren farmland now? We have conducted surveys in many parts of the country and found that there is nothing planted on these barren lands, basically all of which grow various types of weeds. We consulted the elderly people in the mountainous areas and asked, "Why don't even trees be planted on these lands, making them so barren?" The elderly people replied, "If the children don't work in any year, they will come back and plant these lands again. That's all, these lands have been abandoned like this.

(5) This is the crisis of desertification

China is the world's most populous country, with mountainous areas accounting for 45% of China's total arable land area, approximately 765 million acres. The population of mountainous areas also accounts for a significant proportion of the country's population. Now, a large number of mountainous populations are flocking to cities, and their food originally relies on self-sufficiency in the mountainous areas; Nowadays, food relies on urban supply; Originally, many products in their mountainous areas were supplied to other places; Now these lands have become barren and worthless. This is the crisis caused by the desertification of arable land in mountainous areas. We believe that in a sense, the current phenomenon of barren land is a national disaster. Because of this phenomenon, it is one of the main reasons for the country's food shortage.

So, the issue of utilizing mountainous wasteland is a matter of livelihood for the Chinese people and a top priority issue for China.

2. Someone said, "This is not a crisis of desertification, it happens to be a return of farmland to forests.

We believe that the country's policy of returning farmland to forests does not mean that mountain farmers should abandon all their farmland and turn it into forest land; Secondly, the current barren land in mountainous areas has no contribution to farmers and the country, which is the key.

China's population is constantly increasing, while arable land is decreasing due to desertification and urban development. Therefore, China's arable land is limited. The limited arable land needs to support 1.4 billion Chinese people. Whether it is wasteland utilization or returning farmland to forests, it is necessary to find an effective method that is suitable for China's national conditions.

Even if it is to return farmland to forests, it is also important to pay attention to what kind of forests should be returned, with the aim of creating new effects on the previously arable land.

3. The research on the "theoretical system of plant stem and leaf nutrition and the system of wild resource utilization" by this organization, and the corresponding countermeasures.

The utilization of plant stem and leaf nutrients is the main scientific research achievement of our organization, which means that the nutrients in various plant stems and leaves in nature are utilized by humans. The main nutrient of various green plants is leaf protein, which is used by humans to expand their utilization of nature. (There will be an introduction to album materials later)

We believe that although China's barren land is now barren, it is not equivalent to those mountains and forests. Because it is a fertile land that has been cultivated before, the depth of the soil and the level of cultivation management far exceed that of ordinary forest land. So it is necessary to reuse and not randomly plant some ordinary trees. It is necessary to plant high-quality varieties with high efficiency and easy management.

Based on the technical characteristics of our research, combined with our investigation of natural resources in various parts of China and our research and experimental operations on various plants, we have proposed effective methods to address the utilization of these barren lands, which will revitalize a large area of already barren land in China.

Mountain agricultural and forestry products have their unique characteristics, such as pollution-free, high nutrition, and good taste. It is irreplaceable and people pursue high-quality products. Taking kiwi as an example, kiwi produced on high mountains and baboon monkey peach produced on ordinary ground have completely different flavors, and various vegetables also have the same taste. Ordinary white radish produced on high mountains is a fruit type radish. So, we believe that mountainous land cannot be abandoned and must be effectively utilized.


2、 Effective methods for utilizing barren land in mountainous areas of China

1. The main plant varieties that should be planted on barren land

(1) Grass and trees

Bamao, Mangcao, Perennial Abutilon, Big leaved Mulberry, Big leaved Gou Tree, Achnatherum splendens, Sand Reed Grass, Leymus chinensis, Alfalfa Grass, Rumex K-1, Damaged Pine Vanilla, Aggregated Grass, Huangzhu Grass, etc.

These grasses and trees are perennial plants that are drought resistant and poorly managed. For example, Bamao, Mangcao, Achnatherum splendens, and Sarcandra are all wild grasses that may not seem useful to others. However, in our case, they are all high-quality raw materials for producing leaf protein and leaf green feed. In the feed of herbivorous animals, they can save * of the food after application.

Every year, China uses 250 million tons of grain for various types of feed, accounting for about 41-66% of the total grain output. Saving food is equivalent to making an effective contribution to the country's food security.

After using these plants to replace feed crops, not only did they enable the application of barren farmland. At the same time, it also enables the application of barren mountains, valleys, and slopes, objectively expanding the effect of cultivated land area.

(2) Six major woody health plant oil plant series

Elaeagnus mollis, Corolla fruticosa, oil peonies, green thorn fruit trees, money maple, olive oil plants.

The six major woody plant oils are currently the best edible and health oils in the world, which have good effects in preventing cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Regular use can also combat aging. In addition, it is a woody vegetable oil, which is pollution-free and of good quality, making it a health food oil that people pursue.

(3) Series of Taxus, Cedar, and Cephalotaxus

As is well known, paclitaxel, which is contained in taxus plants, is the world's renowned first anticancer drug. Among the ten popular cancer treatment drugs in the world, eight contain paclitaxel. Taxus chinensis is a first-class protected plant in China. There are 11 varieties of Taxus chinensis in the world, including six in China. Taxus chinensis grows in various parts of the Yangtze River from Northeast China to Yungui. (There will be an introduction to album materials later)

The paclitaxel contained in red beans has powerful functions, but its extraction is very difficult, mainly due to expensive equipment and high requirements for branch extraction. Therefore, although China is a large country in the growth of yew, its products are scarce. Our organization's experts, after years of research, have developed a series of second-generation yew products, including yew pillows, yew beverages, yew tea, and other products. These products are easy to produce, have low investment, and have good effects on preventing and treating various cancers. This solves the current problem of difficult processing and production of yew.

The branches, leaves, and fruits of Chinese yew, Chinese fir, and Chinese torreya not only have good medicinal value, but their wood is also quite valuable, with a price 10 to 30 times that of pine.

(4) Antioxidant and anti-aging plant series

Black fruit cotoneaster, black fruit glandular flower autumn, blueberry, black goji berry, green willow, etc.

The fruits of these plants are high in anthocyanins and SOD, which are excellent antioxidant and anti-aging active ingredients. They also have good effects on disease prevention and fitness.

(5) Wild small fruit series plants

Rosa roxburghii, seabuckthorn, etc

These wild small fruits, made into beverages, are a type of wild product beverage that people pursue, with extraordinary functions. For example, prickly pear fruit is high in vitamin C, with a vitamin content of 2585 milligrams per hundred grams, which is 10.6 times that of jujube; 41.6 times that of kiwifruit; It's 55 times that of strawberries.

(6) Rare medicinal herbs series

Golden thread orchid, saffron, mulberry yellow, gynostemma pentaphyllum, Paris polyphylla, etc.

2. Can the various plants listed above effectively utilize abandoned land.

(1) The reasons for choosing these plants

We must have two characteristics when choosing the plants listed above: firstly, these plants are mostly wild perennial varieties or those with extensive management and easy harvest. For example, we use barren land to plant perennial plants such as balsam, acanthum splendens, and alfalfa. They are harvested 2-4 times a year. In order to ensure yield, fertilizer must be applied every time they are harvested. As long as biological fertilizer is applied, it not only ensures the yield of various plants but also ensures the original ecology of the mountain area. This operation is more time-saving and labor-saving, and both the elderly and children can pick and harvest. The young people who work outside can only go home 1-2 times a year, each time for a few days, to help their families complete the harvest without affecting their work outside. Secondly, these varieties have good economic benefits and can bring high income to the family.

In fact, the plant varieties we list are limited, and according to the specific situation in various parts of the country, they are far more than just these varieties.

(2) Effectively solved the difficulties in the cultivation of various plants and the production of deep processed products, in order to facilitate effective implementation.

There are still many difficulties in cultivation for the various plants we have listed. Our organization's experts have conducted a series of research and practical operations on them for many years, and many varieties have also formed cultivation bases to solve problems in rapid development.

For example, when planting blueberries and Simondwood, these two varieties have high requirements for soil bags, and if they are wrong, they cannot survive. Some countries in the world have failed to introduce these two varieties, and there are many examples of blueberries failing to cultivate in our country. For example, Simon Demu was introduced from the United States during the reign of Chairman Deng Xiaoping in the 1980s and failed to be planted in five or six provinces in China, including Sichuan, Yungui, and Hunan. In some cases, only two places were successful by chance. After years of research and practice, we have finally solved this difficult problem. The indiscriminate cultivation method of blueberries and Simondwood "is our research achievement, which forms a complete set of cultivation methods from cultivation to management, making these two difficult to cultivate varieties not only have a survival rate of over 95%, but also have fast growth, early fruiting, and high yield.

A complete set of technical solutions have been developed for the deep processing of the listed varieties and the production of series products, such as how to process various grasses into leaf protein and leaf green feed raw materials. From factory design to production process, there is a set of technical solutions and methods; The formula and efficacy of leaf protein application in human health food; Leaf protein and leaf green feed ingredients are used in various feed sources to feed various animals. For example, formulas and effects for chickens, dogs, pigs, and various herbivores.

3、 The effects of wasteland utilization

1. Many products on barren land have a vast international market.

We use various forage processed leaf proteins, which are urgently needed products in Japan and South Korea; The five major woody plant health oil series and the yew series are urgently needed products that are popular in Europe and America; Antioxidant and anti-aging series products and wild small fruit series products are popular products in Southeast Asian countries. The vast international market has brought abundant economic income to these products, while also contributing to the country's foreign exchange earnings.

2. It provides effective opportunities for Chinese farmers to lift themselves out of poverty and promote economic revitalization in mountainous areas.

The poverty-stricken population in China is mainly distributed in mountainous areas. The utilization of barren land in mountainous areas has generated strong benefits, increased the economic benefits of farmers, and accelerated the pace of poverty alleviation for impoverished households in mountainous areas.

3. Promoted the development of agricultural industrialization.

Various products from barren land can be processed into a series of products, promoting the development of agricultural industrialization and industrialization. At the same time, unemployed youth and rural idle labor can be arranged, which is conducive to social stability and harmony.

4. The utilization of barren land has also driven the development of forestry economy.

The development of wasteland utilization not only involves the processing of grass into leaf protein and leaf green feed, but also the processing of leaves and twigs into leaf protein and leaf green feed. This has led to the emergence of a second forestry system - forest stem and leaf forestry, providing new ideas for forestry development.

The display of the effects of various tree species we have listed has broadened the scope of economic forestry and provided new avenues for forestry development.

5. The utilization of barren land has set a model for the adjustment of the agricultural and forestry industry structure.

For many years, both the Chinese government and local governments have repeatedly emphasized the "adjustment of the agricultural and forestry industry structure". However, it is indeed very difficult to start a business, especially in mountainous areas. The adjustment of the agricultural and forestry industry structure should ensure the sustainable development of agriculture and forestry, ensure the virtuous cycle of the agricultural and forestry industry, and ensure the sustainable and effective development of the rural economy. So this is a challenge.

The implementation of wasteland utilization has objectively accelerated the sustainable development of rural economy in mountainous areas, optimized the production structure of rural areas, and promoted the rapid growth of farmers' income in mountainous areas.


Chapter 4: Applying New Technologies for Desert Management,

It can add 300 million acres of fertile land and 146 million tons of grain to China.

1、 Establish a Desert Mechanization Management Corps

1. The Legion is composed of 26 mechanized squads; Each team is equipped with 475 sets of various large machinery; A large desert management team equipped with 12350 mechanical equipment has been formed. The desert area treated annually is over 110000 square kilometers.

2. Staffing of the Legion: 18545 people

(1) Legion Command: 85 people

(2) The total number of staff in 26 squadrons is 18460 (including 710 staff in each squadron)

3. 26 squads are simultaneously involved in desert management, which can eliminate 670000 square kilometers of desert sand on Chinese soil within 6 years. (1011 million mu)

2、 Seeking Good Fields from the Deserts of China

(1) The vast desert in China is the foundation for the expansion of arable land in China.

1. Overview of Desert Sands in China

a. There are a total of 12 desert sandy areas distributed in Inner Mongolia, Qinghai, Xinjiang, and other regions of China:

(1) Taklamakan Desert 337600 Km2, (2) Gurbantunggut Desert 48800 Km2

(3) 19500 Km2 in the Kumtag Desert, 34900 Km2 in the Qaidam Basin Desert

(5) Badain Jaran Desert 44300 Km2, (6) Tengger Desert 42700 Km2

(7) 11500 Km2 in Ulanbuhe Desert, 18600 Km2 in Kubuqi Desert

(9) Hunshandake Sandland 23800 Km2 (10) Horqin Sandy Land 50600 Km2

(11) 32100 Km2 in Maowusu Sandy Land (12) 10000 Km2 in Hulunbuir Sandy Land

b. Among them, the total area of desert is 557900 Km2, and the total area of sandy land is 116500 Km2

c. The total area of desert and sandy land is 674400 Km2 (1011.6 million acres)

d. Overview of the application of mechanized desert sand control:

(1) Within 6 years, a large area of 674400 square kilometers of desert sand on China's territory can be eliminated.

(2) The eliminated desert sandy land can generate 300 million acres of fertile land, estimated at 30%. After our governance, 95% of the area will be greened, which will completely change the ecological landscape of the sandy area.

2. Introduction to the application of mechanized elimination method for desert sand and how desert sand is transformed into cultivated land.

(1) Sand consolidation: Use a bulldozer to level the sand.

(2) Composite mud spraying:

① Mud composition: clay, farmyard manure, biogas water, biological fertilizer, sand to soil biological agent.

② Mud spraying: Two times, 5m3 each. For the first time, the mud needs to be added to facilitate the rapid infiltration of these nutrients into the sand. The second mud is slightly thicker than the first one.

(3) Start the rotary tiller: After each mud spraying, the rotary tiller must be started to rotate the sprayed sand once.

(4) Sowing crops: After rotary tillage, the required crops are sown on the sandy land. After one year, the sand becomes soil and the biological agent takes effect. The sandy land in the cultivation layer will become loam soil and become fertile land.

(2) Example: The three major deserts and sandy lands in the Yanhe River Basin have been transformed into fertile fields after mechanized management.

(1) Data on the transformation of the three major desert sandy areas into fertile fields after mechanized management.

1. The Kubuqi Desert has become a fertile land, reaching 60%, and 18600 km2 (27.9 million mu) has become a fertile land of 16.74 million mu.

Among them: 70% of spring wheat land, 16.74 million mu × 0.7=1.1718 million mu

Miscellaneous grain land: planting 30% of soybeans, mung beans, and millet, 16.74 million mu × 0.3=5.022 million mu.

2. The Ulanbuhe Desert has become fertile land, reaching up to 50%, 11500 km2 (17.25 million mu), and 8.625 million mu.

Among them: 65% of spring wheat land, 8.625 million mu × 0.65=5606250 mu

35% of miscellaneous grain land, 6.825 million mu × 0.35=30187500 mu (planting: mung beans, adzuki beans, lentils, and grains).

3. The Maowusu sandy land has become fertile land, reaching 35%, 32100 km2 (48.15 million mu), and 16.8525 million mu.

Among them: 60% of spring wheat land, 16.8525 million mu × 0.6=10111500 mu

40% of miscellaneous grain land, 16.8525 million mu × 0.4=6.741 million mu (planting: mung beans, adzuki beans, lentils, wheat, millet).

(2) Data on Three Major Desert Sandlands after Mechanized Management

1. The total area of the three major desert sandy areas; 62200 km2 (93.3 million mu)

2. The three major desert sandy areas, after treatment, can become fertile fields with a total area of 42.2175 million acres. 16.74 million+8.625 million mu+11.1115 million mu=42.2175 million mu

3. Among them: ① The total area for planting spring wheat is 274357500 mu

11.718 million mu+5.06625 million mu+1.0115 million mu=27.43575 million mu

The total annual wheat yield is 500kg/mu × 274357500 mu=17.3178 million tons

② The total area for planting miscellaneous grains is 14.78175 million mu

5.022 million mu+3.01875 million mu+6741 million mu=14.78175 million mu

Annual output of various miscellaneous grains: 160kg/mu × 14.78175 million mu=23.65 million tons.

4. The total output of various grains in the three major desert sandy areas is: 16.0828 million tons

13.7178 million tons+236500 tons=16.0828 million tons.

5. The estimated economic effects of the three major desert sandy lands and fertile fields: a total of 4.37605 million yuan.

① Wheat: 2.5 yuan/kg × 13.7178 million tons=3429.45 billion yuan

② Miscellaneous grains: 4 yuan/kg × 2.365 million tons=9466 million yuan (9.466 billion yuan)

6. The total number of cultivators required for the fertile fields produced by the three major desert sandy lands is 5066100.

① The total number of cultivators required is: 120 people/10000 mu × 42.2175 million mu=50661 million people,

② The total annual salary of cultivators is: 60000 yuan/year/person × 5066100 people=30.3966 billion yuan.

(3) Estimate the annual financial effects of the fertile fields produced by the three major desert sandy lands

1. The total area of Liangtian is 42.2175 million mu, with an annual output value of 43.760.5 billion yuan

2. The cultivation cost of 42.2175 million mu: 40.95095 billion yuan

① Ecological fertilizer: 120 yuan/mu × 4.2275 million mu=5.0661 billion yuan

② Farming cost: 30 yuan/mu × 4.2275 million mu=1266.5 billion yuan

③ The total salary of cultivators is 30.399.6 billion yuan

④ Other expenses: 100 yuan/mu × 4.2275 million mu=4.22175 billion yuan

3. The annual profit margin of 42.2175 million mu is: 2.80955 billion yuan

The annual output value is 43.760.5 billion yuan - the total cost of cultivation is 40.95095 billion yuan=28095.5 billion yuan.

3、 The Grain and Economic Effects of Desert Good Fields

1. After the entire 12 deserts in China are fully controlled, 300 million acres (300 million acres) of arable land will be generated, which can be cultivated twice a year. The first planting of spring wheat can be done from June to July, and the second planting only takes 45 to 90 days. Based on 50% of the 300 million acres of fertile land, it can be planted with crops such as wheat. Calculated at 150 million mu. Planting leaf protein and chlorophyll raw materials in other areas.

2. 300 million mu of arable land, estimated annual grain yield. Calculated based on the minimum production: 84 million tons.

(1) Total yield of wheat grains: 400kg/mu × 300 million mu=12 million tons

(2) Total yield of wheat grains: 175kg/mu × 150 million mu=26 million tons

3. 300 million mu of arable land, estimated annual output value: 246 billion yuan

(1) Wheat: 2.5 yuan/kg × 120 million tons=300 billion yuan

(2) Miscellaneous grains: 4 yuan/kg × 24 million tons=96 billion yuan

4. The cultivation cost of 300 million mu of arable land: 240 billion yuan

(1) Biological fertilizer: 120 yuan/mu × 300 million mu=36 billion yuan

(2) Farming cost: 30 yuan/mu × 300 million mu=9 billion yuan

(3) Farmer salaries: 180 billion yuan

(4) Other expenses: 50 yuan/mu × 300 million mu=15 billion yuan

5. The annual profit margin of 300 million mu is: 6 billion yuan

Annual output value: 246 billion yuan - total cost of cultivation 240 billion yuan=6 billion yuan

6. 300 million mu construction total investment: 420 billion yuan

(1) Estimated governance cost of 600 yuan/mu × 300 million mu=18 billion yuan

(2) Farming cost: 240 billion yuan.


Note: Please refer to "Introduction to Desert Mechanization Control" for details

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