2022-11-26 12:22:00

Last year, it was 2 yuan/kg, but this year it was as low as 20 cents. 1.2 million kg were trapped in the field, and farmers: they could not sell at a loss

Guide: Last year, it was 2 yuan per kilogram, but this year it is as low as 20 cents. 1.2 million kilograms are trapped in the field, and farmers can't sell it at a loss

For farmers, planting crops is expected to usher in a bumper harvest. However, in recent years, they often encounter bumper harvests. However, farmers are not happy because bumper harvests do not mean bumper harvests. Sometimes they have to worry about not selling agricultural products. Now it is the season for onions to mature and come into the market, but the growers have not enjoyed the joy of the harvest. Because the market of onions this year is so bad, how difficult is it to sell onions? Last year, it was 2 yuan a catty, but this year it is as low as 20 cents, and there are still 1.2 million catties in the field. Farmers: they can't sell it at a loss!

Last year, it was 2 yuan/kg, but this year it was as low as 20 cents. 1.2 million kg were trapped in the field, and farmers: they could not sell at a loss

Onions are grown in many parts of China because of its high yield and stable market price. However, this year, many onion producing areas encountered unsalable situations in different producing areas, and even low prices were difficult to sell. One of the important reasons was that there were fewer merchants due to the epidemic.

"None of the big merchants in the past years have come this year, but only some small merchants in the surrounding areas, who use minivans to pull a little to sell every day." The farmer Yinai Group in Zhoulou Village, Chayashan Town, Suiping County has planted more than 100 mu of onions this year, and this year is also a bumper harvest. Now only a small part of the onions are sold, and there are more than 1.2 million jin of onions in the field, which has become a worry for him!

Last year, it was 2 yuan/kg, but this year it was as low as 20 cents. 1.2 million kg were trapped in the field, and farmers: they could not sell at a loss

As for why this happened to onions this year, many farmers who planted onions said that it was mainly because of the epidemic that fewer merchants came to purchase onions. In previous years, when onions were ripe, many big merchants bought them directly in the fields at a reasonable price. But this year many big merchants didn't come, and they didn't want to call them!

To be honest, the price of onions in the producing area has really fallen to the price of cabbage. For example, the price of red onions is a little better, while the price of yellow onions has generally fallen to one kilogram of gross. Some farmers directly sell them by bag. A 30 kilogram bag costs only 7 yuan, which is equivalent to a free gift. But even so, only the surrounding villagers come to buy a small amount.

Last year, it was 2 yuan/kg, but this year it was as low as 20 cents. 1.2 million kg were trapped in the field, and farmers: they could not sell at a loss

A farmer who planted onions calculated that the average loss of planting onions per mu this year was more than 1500 yuan. The seeds alone cost 500 yuan, while the pesticides and fertilizers also cost about 1000 yuan. They also need to hire people to collect and dig. In addition, the land rent costs 1500 yuan. Even if the labor cost is not included, the planting cost per mu of land will be nearly 3000 yuan. Now, the onion yield per mu is 89000 kg. At the purchase price of 20 cents per kg, shouldn't we lose more than 1500 yuan? But even so, the current situation is that we can't sell at a loss.

Last year, it was 2 yuan/kg, but this year it was as low as 20 cents. 1.2 million kg were trapped in the field, and farmers: they could not sell at a loss

The temperature is getting higher and higher, the onions are mature, and the rainy season is coming soon. If the onions can't be sold at this time, they will all rot in the field, and then one mu of land will lose more. Therefore, these growers are also anxious. Some turn to the government and some turn to the media to reduce losses through online shopping and the mayor's shopping. However, the effect is still not ideal, and a large number of onions are piled up in the fields.

。 After all, in previous years, a large part of onions were exported to foreign countries, but this year, the epidemic has basically blocked the export. Moreover, this year's onion planting area has increased compared with previous years. In addition to the bumper harvest of onions, there is a situation that 20 cents per jin can not be sold. What do you think of this? I also hope you can help these farmers! (The picture is from the network, and the infringement can be deleted).