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Eco-friendly farming system promoted in E China's Anhui
Date:2017-09-21    Source:Xinhua News Agency

Farmers work in a rice field of a family farm in Leqiao Township of Lujiang County, east China's Anhui Province, Sept. 18, 2017. A method of rice farming that relies on ducks to eat insects and weeds has been promoted in Lujiang County in recent years. It's an eco-friendly farming system, avoiding using toxic pesticides while also utilizing duck's droppings as fertilizer. (Xinhua/Zuo Xuechang)

Farmers show ducks raised in a rice field of a family farm in Leqiao Township of Lujiang County, east China's Anhui Province, Sept. 18, 2017. A method of rice farming that relies on ducks to eat insects and weeds has been promoted in Lujiang County in recent years. It's an eco-friendly farming system, avoiding using toxic pesticides while also utilizing duck's droppings as fertilizer. (Xinhua/Zuo Xuechang)

Farmers check the growth situation of ducks raised in a rice field of a family farm in Leqiao Township of Lujiang County, east China's Anhui Province, Sept. 18, 2017. A method of rice farming that relies on ducks to eat insects and weeds has been promoted in Lujiang County in recent years. It's an eco-friendly farming system, avoiding using toxic pesticides while also utilizing duck's droppings as fertilizer. (Xinhua/Zuo Xuechang) 

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