Police forces, soldiers and youth union members wade through the fields to harvest rice to help people – Photo: BINH AN
Notes of Youth Online On September 10, in many localities in Ha Tinh, police forces and soldiers went to the fields to harvest rice to help people.
In Huong Son district, with the motto “greener house than old field”, “help house, tidy that house”, 30 police officers, military, youth union poured into the field to help people harvest summer-autumn rice neatly.
Many hectares of rice are harvested and transported by district police officers and soldiers and transported to their homes to help people. In today, will strive to harvest 15ha of rice.
Taking advantage of the clear weather, the police force and union members in Huong Son district went down to the fields to harvest rice to help the people – Photo: BINH AN
In Hong Linh townPolice officers and soldiers and the Women’s Union of Duc Thuan ward have helped people quickly harvest ripe rice to avoid typhoon No. 5, especially giving priority to supporting policy households and single families in difficult circumstances. towel.
In Yen Giang village, Hong Loc commune, Loc Ha district, 30 officers and soldiers of the Military Command of the district volunteered to wade the fields to reap and bring rice to people’s homes.
Due to heavy rain on the night of September 8 and strong winds, many rice fields were collapsed, making it difficult for the harvester. Therefore, officers and soldiers of the military command of Loc Ha district and other forces use manual rice harvesting methods to help people harvest rice most efficiently.
Heavy rain flooded farmers’ rice fields, making it difficult to harvest – Photo: BINH AN
In the immediate future, the force prioritizes policy households, anchoring people. Officers and soldiers of the unit together with the people must do their best to harvest in time before the storm No. 5 hits the mainland.
In addition, at fishing ports, the border guards of Ha Tinh province have helped people anchor their boats, strictly manage their vessels to go to sea, check instructions for anchoring boats at the wharf, and ensure safety. safety for people and vehicles, while ensuring the best prevention of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Border guards help fishermen anchor boats – Photo: BINH AN
Mr. Tran Duc Ba – Director of Ha Tinh Hydrometeorological Station – said that due to the influence of the tropical convergence band combined with the circulation of storm No. 5, it is forecasted that from September 12 to 14 in the province there will be moderate rain to heavy rain, there are places with very heavy rain and thunderstorms. Rainfall is common 100-200mm, in some places over 250mm.
Farmers sell young shrimp to “run the storm” No. 5
In order to minimize the damage caused by the impact of the storm No. 5, many shrimp farmers in Ha Tinh had to sell young even though it was not yet harvest time.
During the flood in 2020, Mr. Nguyen Van Tranh’s family (65 years old, residing in Tan Quy village, Ho Do commune) lost their shrimp crop with a value of more than 350 million VND. This year, Mr. Tranh built 5 fish and shrimp ponds on an area of 1.5ha.
Farmers in Ha Tinh sell young shrimp to reduce damage caused by typhoon No. 5 – Photo: BINH AN
Drawing from the previous year’s experience, this time Mr. Tranh invested in making bamboo poles and bought nets in case the flood water rose, shrimps would come out.
Mr. Tranh said, due to heavy rain, fear of the impact of the storm No. 5 will cause flooding, so in the past few days, he has released nets and sold shrimp even though he is not old enough to avoid damage. Currently, he has only harvested 1 lake, and the other lakes have not yet been harvested.
According to the report of Ha Tinh Fisheries Sub-Department, currently the total area of aquaculture in the province is 7,018ha, the expected unharvested output is 5,619 tons.
In response to the storm No. 5, the Fisheries Sub-Department has advised people to actively strengthen ponds, lakes, rafts, raise materials and food to ensure safety in order to minimize damage.