Happiness in “rice fields” – Xinyuan Village partners with Shanghai Baobang to carry out the “parent-child fun transplanting” farming experience activity
Happiness in “rice fields” – Xinyuan Village partners with Shanghai Baobang to carry out the “parent-child fun transplanting” farming experience activity.
When the rain is enough, the rice fields are full of spring water, and it’s joyful for planting rice seedlings. Transplanting rice seedlings is an important part of rice production, which refers to transplanting rice seedlings from seedling fields to rice fields. When breeding, the rice is relatively dense, which is not conducive to growth. After artificial transplantation, rice can have more room for growth.
Learn the skill of transplanting rice seedlings.Enjoy the joy of transplanting rice seedlings.Realize the hard work
In order to let the children experience the hard-gained of every grain and the hard process of rice planting, Xinyuan Village teamed up with Shanghai Baobang to carry out the “parent-child fun planting rice seedlings” farming experience activity. The children of Shanghai Baobang employees followed the farmers in Xinyuan Village and learned the skill of transplanting rice seedlings, enjoying the joy of transplanting rice seedlings, and understanding the hardships of labor.
Inherit farming culture Yearning for a better future
The dog days came and the sun was scorching, but it didn’t dampen the children’s enthusiasm for labor at all. After the farmer uncle demonstrated the method of transplanting seedlings to everyone, everyone walked to the field in an orderly manner, with their trouser legs rolled up, stooped and stepped on the mud, and meticulously inserted green seedlings neatly into the paddy field.
During the process of transplanting rice seedlings, parents and children cooperated with each other, acting and moving forward together for completing this arduous task tacitly. This farming experience activity not only enhanced the emotions and communication between children and parents, but also felt the warmth of the land and the hope of a good harvest together. Their hearts were full of respect for farming life, and their sweat interpreted the inheritance of farming culture and their respect for yearning for a better future.