Heilongjiang promotes the "Northern Medicine" Industry of traditional Chinese Medicine to "100 billion"
Xinhua News Agency, Harbin, November 14 (Reporter Yang Zhe) the reporter learned from the Heilongjiang Provincial Department of Agriculture and Countryside that in recent years, Heilongjiang Province has developed the traditional Chinese medicine industry by relying on unique advantages such as "cold land and black soil." in 2019, the planting area of traditional Chinese medicine will be 1.405 million mu. An increase of 12.8% over the same period last year. The province has issued plans to promote the revenue of the traditional Chinese medicine industry to the "100 billion."
According to reports, Heilongjiang Province has a large temperature difference between day and night, sufficient light, fertile soil, light diseases and insect pests of medicinal materials, and a good foundation for the development of green organic Chinese medicinal materials. The quality of medicinal materials is pure, the content of effective components is high, and it has certain advantages in the whole country.
At present, there are 1120 species of wild Chinese medicinal materials in Heilongjiang Province, of which 378 species have a certain amount of reserves, and about 130 species of medicinal plants are included in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia (2015). In 2018, the province has a planting area of 1.246 million mu, with a total output of 250000 tons and a total output value of 5.24 billion yuan. In 2019, the planting area was 1.405 million mu, an increase of 12.8 percent over the same period last year.
It is understood that Heilongjiang Province has formulated the "Development Plan of traditional Chinese Medicine Industry in Heilongjiang Province" and the "Construction Plan of traditional Chinese Medicinal Materials production Base in Heilongjiang Province (2019-2025)." by 2025, the planting area of traditional Chinese medicinal materials in the province will reach 2.5 million mu, with an output of 500000 tons. The output value is 10 billion yuan, and by 2030, the operating income of the province's traditional Chinese medicine industry will reach 100 billion yuan.