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    Cordyceps sinensis on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau enters the mining season of traditional "soft gold" or welcomes a new trend

    • Last Update: 2022-05-16
    • Source: Internet
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      In late April, the "soft gold" Cordyceps sinensis, which is widely distributed on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, ushered in the picking season
    .
    Sellers have long sensed business opportunities and began to shout on e-commerce platforms, inviting customers at home and abroad to try them

    .
     
      Cordyceps sinensis is a valuable resource of Chinese and Tibetan medicine
    .
    Cordyceps sinensis appeared in ancient Indian
    literature as early as 3,000 years ago
    .
     
      Picking in the mountains: "soft gold" can be called a magic weapon to increase income
     
      At present, in the relatively low Caoshan Mountain with an altitude of about 3,000 meters, the excavation of Cordyceps sinensis has begun, and for the Cordyceps sinensis in the area of ​​more than 5,000 meters above sea level, the business has issued an announcement to accept pre-excavation reservations
    .
    In recent years, fresh grass has become a big trend

    .
     
      Jiajia Township, Jianzha County, Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province is an important local Cordyceps sinensis producing area
    .
    Wa Luo, Secretary of the Party Committee of Jiajia Township, Jianzha County, introduced that a large number of local farmers and herdsmen not only dig locally, but also dig in other states and counties.

    .
    "
     
      During the excavation, farmers and herdsmen have to eat and sleep in the open air, and they are physically exhausted to search while excavating
    .
    "We signed an agreement, and the staff are responsible for each area to ensure civilized and safe mining

    .
    " Wa Luo said

    .
     
      Zhaxi Dajie, a Tibetan guy, is from Zaduo County, Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, which is "the first county of Cordyceps sinensis in China
    .
    "
    "
     
      According to Wang Lei, head of the Qinghai area of ​​Sanjiangyuan Cordyceps sinensis Technology Co.
    , Ltd.
    in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, the company
    purchases 2,000 to 3,000 kilograms of Cordyceps in Qinghai every year, and radiates it both at home and abroad through sales points in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangdong
    .
     
      According to experts from Qinghai University's Academy of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, the province's annual reserves of Cordyceps sinensis range from 208 million to 6.
    399 billion, with an average of 2.
    232 billion, and the potential economic value is about 3.
    12 billion to 223.
    974 billion yuan, with an average of 55.
    805 billion yuan

    .
     
      According to statistics, the annual output of Cordyceps sinensis in Qinghai Province is about 80 tons to 100 tons, and the annual output value is 18 billion to 20 billion yuan, which benefits millions of farmers and herdsmen.
    Especially in the core production areas, Cordyceps sinensis has become the main income of farmers and herdsmen.
    source

    .
     
      Artificial breeding: or a new trend
     
      Cordyceps sinensis is "more expensive and more expensive to dig", but natural factors such as host insects, Cordyceps sinensis fungi, precipitation, and temperature are the keys to affecting the formation of Cordyceps sinensis.
    Therefore, "artificial breeding" of Cordyceps sinensis was once considered a fantasy

    .
    But now, artificially bred Cordyceps sinensis has quietly appeared in the market, and the output should not be underestimated

    .
     
      A reporter from China News Agency found that in the past two years, researchers have paid more attention to the associated bacteria of wild and artificially bred Cordyceps sinensis and the diversity of soil microbial communities in the habitat, the color change of the beetles, the content of active ingredients, and harmful substances (heavy metals, pesticide residues), etc.

    .
     
      Wang Lei, who has been in the Cordyceps sinensis industry for 20 years, said that as a Chinese and Tibetan medicinal material , Cordyceps sinensis pays attention to its authenticity.
    Artificially bred Cordyceps sinensis, as a new thing, is relatively cheap, and its differences with wild Cordyceps sinensis should be studied in depth

    .
    "If the two are comparable, artificial breeding is a trend, but if there is a gap, it is another matter

    .
    " (End)
      In late April, the "soft gold" Cordyceps sinensis, which is widely distributed on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, ushered in the picking season
    .
    Sellers have long sensed business opportunities and began to shout on e-commerce platforms, inviting customers at home and abroad to try them

    .
     
      Cordyceps sinensis is a valuable resource of Chinese and Tibetan medicine
    .
    Cordyceps sinensis appeared in ancient Indian
    literature as early as 3,000 years ago
    .
     
      Picking in the mountains: "soft gold" can be called a magic weapon to increase income
     
      At present, in the relatively low Caoshan Mountain with an altitude of about 3,000 meters, the excavation of Cordyceps sinensis has begun, and for the Cordyceps sinensis in the area of ​​more than 5,000 meters above sea level, the business has issued an announcement to accept pre-excavation reservations
    .
    In recent years, fresh grass has become a big trend

    .
     
      Jiajia Township, Jianzha County, Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province is an important local Cordyceps sinensis producing area
    .
    Wa Luo, Secretary of the Party Committee of Jiajia Township, Jianzha County, introduced that a large number of local farmers and herdsmen not only dig locally, but also dig in other states and counties.

    .
    "
     
      During the excavation, farmers and herdsmen have to eat and sleep in the open air, and they are physically exhausted to search while excavating
    .
    "We signed an agreement, and the staff are responsible for each area to ensure civilized and safe mining

    .
    " Wa Luo said

    .
     
      Zhaxi Dajie, a Tibetan guy, is from Zaduo County, Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, which is "the first county of Cordyceps sinensis in China
    .
    "
    "
     
      According to Wang Lei, head of the Qinghai area of ​​Sanjiangyuan Cordyceps sinensis Technology Co.
    , Ltd.
    in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, the company
    purchases 2,000 to 3,000 kilograms of Cordyceps in Qinghai every year, and radiates it both at home and abroad through sales points in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangdong
    .
     
      According to experts from Qinghai University's Academy of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, the province's annual reserves of Cordyceps sinensis range from 208 million to 6.
    399 billion, with an average of 2.
    232 billion, and the potential economic value is about 3.
    12 billion to 223.
    974 billion yuan, with an average of 55.
    805 billion yuan

    .
     
      According to statistics, the annual output of Cordyceps sinensis in Qinghai Province is about 80 tons to 100 tons, and the annual output value is 18 billion to 20 billion yuan, which benefits millions of farmers and herdsmen.
    Especially in the core production areas, Cordyceps sinensis has become the main income of farmers and herdsmen.
    source

    .
     
      Artificial breeding: or a new trend
     
      Cordyceps sinensis is "more expensive and more expensive to dig", but natural factors such as host insects, Cordyceps sinensis fungi, precipitation, and temperature are the keys to affecting the formation of Cordyceps sinensis.
    Therefore, "artificial breeding" of Cordyceps sinensis was once considered a fantasy

    .
    But now, artificially bred Cordyceps sinensis has quietly appeared in the market, and the output should not be underestimated

    .
     
      A reporter from China News Agency found that in the past two years, researchers have paid more attention to the associated bacteria of wild and artificially bred Cordyceps sinensis and the diversity of soil microbial communities in the habitat, the color change of the beetles, the content of active ingredients, and harmful substances (heavy metals, pesticide residues), etc.

    .
     
      Wang Lei, who has been in the Cordyceps sinensis industry for 20 years, said that as a Chinese and Tibetan medicinal material , Cordyceps sinensis pays attention to its authenticity.
    Artificially bred Cordyceps sinensis, as a new thing, is relatively cheap, and its differences with wild Cordyceps sinensis should be studied in depth

    .
    "If the two are comparable, artificial breeding is a trend, but if there is a gap, it is another matter

    .
    " (End)
      In late April, the "soft gold" Cordyceps sinensis, which is widely distributed on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, ushered in the picking season
    .
    Sellers have long sensed business opportunities and began to shout on e-commerce platforms, inviting customers at home and abroad to try them

    .
     
      Cordyceps sinensis is a valuable resource of Chinese and Tibetan medicine
    .
    Cordyceps sinensis appeared in ancient Indian
    literature as early as 3,000 years ago
    .
    literature literature literature
     
      Picking in the mountains: "soft gold" can be called a magic weapon to increase income
      Picking in the mountains: "soft gold" can be called a magic weapon to increase income
     
      At present, in the relatively low Caoshan Mountain with an altitude of about 3,000 meters, the excavation of Cordyceps sinensis has begun, and for the Cordyceps sinensis in the area of ​​more than 5,000 meters above sea level, the business has issued an announcement to accept pre-excavation reservations
    .
    In recent years, fresh grass has become a big trend

    .
     
      Jiajia Township, Jianzha County, Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province is an important local Cordyceps sinensis producing area
    .
    Wa Luo, Secretary of the Party Committee of Jiajia Township, Jianzha County, introduced that a large number of local farmers and herdsmen not only dig locally, but also dig in other states and counties.

    .
    "
     
      During the excavation, farmers and herdsmen have to eat and sleep in the open air, and they are physically exhausted to search while excavating
    .
    "We signed an agreement, and the staff are responsible for each area to ensure civilized and safe mining

    .
    " Wa Luo said

    .
     
      Zhaxi Dajie, a Tibetan guy, is from Zaduo County, Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, which is "the first county of Cordyceps sinensis in China
    .
    "
    "
     
      According to Wang Lei, head of the Qinghai area of ​​Sanjiangyuan Cordyceps sinensis Technology Co.
    , Ltd.
    in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, the company
    purchases 2,000 to 3,000 kilograms of Cordyceps in Qinghai every year, and radiates it both at home and abroad through sales points in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangdong
    .
    purchase purchase purchase
     
      According to experts from Qinghai University's Academy of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, the province's annual reserves of Cordyceps sinensis range from 208 million to 6.
    399 billion, with an average of 2.
    232 billion, and the potential economic value is about 3.
    12 billion to 223.
    974 billion yuan, with an average of 55.
    805 billion yuan

    .
     
      According to statistics, the annual output of Cordyceps sinensis in Qinghai Province is about 80 tons to 100 tons, and the annual output value is 18 billion to 20 billion yuan, which benefits millions of farmers and herdsmen.
    Especially in the core production areas, Cordyceps sinensis has become the main income of farmers and herdsmen.
    source

    .
     
      Artificial breeding: or a new trend
      Artificial breeding: or a new trend
     
      Cordyceps sinensis is "more expensive and more expensive to dig", but natural factors such as host insects, Cordyceps sinensis fungi, precipitation, and temperature are the keys to affecting the formation of Cordyceps sinensis.
    Therefore, "artificial breeding" of Cordyceps sinensis was once considered a fantasy

    .
    But now, artificially bred Cordyceps sinensis has quietly appeared in the market, and the output should not be underestimated

    .
     
      A reporter from China News Agency found that in the past two years, researchers have paid more attention to the associated bacteria of wild and artificially bred Cordyceps sinensis and the diversity of soil microbial communities in the habitat, the color change of the beetles, the content of active ingredients, and harmful substances (heavy metals, pesticide residues), etc.

    .
     
      Wang Lei, who has been in the Cordyceps sinensis industry for 20 years, said that as a Chinese and Tibetan medicinal material , Cordyceps sinensis pays attention to its authenticity.
    Artificially bred Cordyceps sinensis, as a new thing, is relatively cheap, and its differences with wild Cordyceps sinensis should be studied in depth

    .
    "If the two are comparable, artificial breeding is a trend, but if there is a gap, it is another matter

    .
    " (End)
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