"Oh! How good would it be to turn the output into a somersault!" Nima Tashi was dreaming of such a dream.
In 1966, Nima Tashi was born in a farm in Zayu Village, Zhatang Township, Zanang County, Tibet Autonomous Region.
In order to dream, at the age of 17, Nima Tashi was admitted to Northwest Agricultural College, specializing in agronomy.
Dean of the Academy of Sciences
More than 30 years have passed.
To grow good seeds, we must first adopt good methods, and to master good methods, we must improve the quality of farmers.
He has a good knowledge of spreading agricultural technology.
The average yield per mu of Tibetan barley has now exceeded 300 kilograms.
Nima Tashi has a new dream: to plant holly barley on a plateau above 4000 meters above sea level.
On March 8 this year, the "CPPCC Member Excellent Performance Award" was awarded for the first time.
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