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Surveillance camera system helps monitor tea planting in Hubei
Date:2017-08-03    Source:Xinhua News Agency

Combined photo taken on Aug. 1, 2017 shows a tea farmer working in the tea garden of Baiguoba Village equipped with "electronic eyes"(upper), a surveillance cameras system, in Xuanen, central China's Hubei Province, and a technical stuff watching the video of the tea garden on his phone. Xuan'en County started to set up "electronic eyes" into local tea gardens this year to increase the quality of tea production and build a safty tracing system for organic tea. The idea of "visible agriculture" enables retailers and consumers to watch the whole process of tea planting on moblie devices, which is also an access to the unique culture of tea. (Xinhua/Song Wen)

Photo taken on Aug. 1, 2017 shows a tea famer working in the tea garden of Baiguoba Village equipped with "electronic eyes", a surveillance cameras system, in Xuan'en, central China's Hubei Province. Xuan'en County started to set up "electronic eyes" into local tea gardens this year to increase the quality of tea production and build a safty tracing system for organic tea. The idea of "visible agriculture" enables retailers and consumers to watch the whole process of tea planting on moblie devices, which is also an access to the unique culture of tea. (Xinhua/Song Wen)

Photo taken on Aug. 1, 2017 shows the tea garden of Baiguoba Village equipped with "electronic eyes", a surveillance cameras system, in Xuan'en, central China's Hubei Province. Xuan'en County started to set up "electronic eyes" into local tea gardens this year to increase the quality of tea production and build a safty tracing system for organic tea. The idea of "visible agriculture" enables retailers and consumers to watch the whole process of tea planting on moblie devices, which is also an access to the unique culture of tea. (Xinhua/Song Wen)

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