In another 10 years, what is the most expensive thing in the countryside? It's not a house or a car. Do you know what it is? Think about what will be the most expensive in the countryside 10 years later. Perhaps 100 people will have 100 answers. Think about the life in the countryside 10 years ago. At that time, every household in our countryside lived in a bungalow. Where can we see a car in the countryside? It is very beautiful to have a motorcycle in the countryside. If you hear of anyone who has bought thousands of motorcycles, you'll have to visit them.
But now in the countryside, we can not afford to buy many buildings here. In the evening, it is very difficult for many residential quarters to see even a light-on household. Every family's car ran all over the street, hoping to buy a dish and drive it. Not to mention that 10 years later, houses and cars in the countryside are now worthless. And in another 10 years, the most expensive things in the countryside, I think, are these things!
Professional farmers who can cultivate land have become hollow villages in many countryside. Who are young people willing to stay in the countryside to cultivate land and live? Now, after 10 years of continuous cultivation in the countryside, they have basically retired and entered the ranks of pension. It can be said that the land in the countryside is very rich, and the people who cultivate the land seem extremely precious. Especially the professional peasants who know the technology and management of agricultural production. Ten years later, such people are absolutely hot in the countryside.
The local conditions and customs of the countryside do not mention the countryside 10 years later. Let's take us as an example. Every family has lived in a spacious and bright building, but these years I don't even know the people who live upstairs and downstairs in my family. The countryside should have been everybody's daily life when they were busy with farm work. Originally, there were more than 200 families in our village. Not to mention how familiar they were with each other, they were all human beings. They could chat for a while when they walked along the rural streets. Now the only possible way to communicate with oneself is mobile phone. In 10 years, the countryside may follow the example of the city.
What is the impression of "rural" countryside? In the summer night, people in the village gather together to watch open-air movies, chasing and playing in the fields full of rape flowers in spring and autumn, or what else? With the pace of urban construction, these will completely disappear in the near future, and in 10 years, the word "rural" will probably disappear.
At present, the rural material level, there is really nothing to take out, except fresh air, blue sky, white clouds, clean water, which can be seen. Some people think there is something that can be or can not be. In my opinion, Liang Hongda has a remark that "most people before the age of 40 exchange health for wealth, after the age of 40, wealth for health" life seems to have changed a circle. Health is the most important wealth for everyone, whether you are urban or rural. For thousands of years, Chinese scholars and poets have said many famous phrases, "Rank rank, rank, rank and rank, Youyounan Mountain", which is not without saying. With the implementation of the National Rural Revitalization Strategy and the improvement of basic rural measures, people's perception will change slowly.
There is a spiritual aspect in the countryside, no matter how many years, which is not available to the city people. Rural people are kind and simple, and their enthusiasm is the envy of many city people. Modern city dwellers live fast and under great pressure. The relationship between people is indifferent, and the loneliness in everyone's heart is very unpleasant. They are eager for the enthusiasm in Rural Interpersonal communication. This may be the most valuable.
Therefore, no matter in the past few years, the most valuable thing in the countryside will be the sincerity and enthusiasm between the high-quality ecological environment and rural interpersonal communication. I have lived in the countryside for a long time. Now the majority of the left-behind elderly and children are in the countryside. There are few left-behind mothers like me. At that time, only because my mother-in-law was old and heart failure, and my son was not taken care of. Now, although my mother-in-law died and my son is going to college soon, I am not confused, have no education, no qualifications, so I don't want to go out and toss about.
I bought the first large-scale combine harvester in the village in 2009. In the past ten years, although many harvesters have been bought in the village and other provinces have come to earn money, most of the villagers only recognized me and used to harvesting for them because I sincerely pitied the old people. They said that they were afraid to invite others for one season. Next season, I ignored them. Without my consent, they waited for me. Afraid of rain and mistake, I am too busy to recommend that they invite others to invite others reluctantly, always complaining that others harvested worthless food is more expensive than I received.
Ten years later, most of them should be in their 80s and 90s. They are over 100 years old. Maybe they have already settled down in the earth. I will also be old. Will my sons be willing to return to the village to plant land after they finish college? So ten years later, the most expensive manpower is the airplane spraying medicine, but also manpower operation? I'm old. I don't know if it's hard to learn how to control UAVs.
Our hometown is rural, most of the young and middle-aged people in the village go to the city to settle down, and basically do not come back during the holidays. Now, except for the elderly people who are older at home to guard their one-acre and three-thirds of the land, there are only grandparents with their grandchildren to stay at home. As long as the children's parents are stable in the city, they will usually take their children to their side. As people get older and older, their physique is getting worse and worse, and many of them have died, so there are fewer and fewer people in the village, and now there are less than a dozen households left.
In another ten years, there will surely be fewer and fewer people in the village. Because the hometown is too poor, the transportation is not good, the productivity is very backward, and the further development can not catch up with the city; in another ten years, the countryside will certainly be able to vacate a large area, but can not find the talent to cultivate the land. In our old home, only the elderly can farm, the young people in the village can not farm, so the elderly who can farm is the most valuable! I was born and brought up in the countryside after 70.
When I was a child, there was a small river in front of my house. It was clear. I could see fish and shrimp swimming freely. There were river grass in the river. At that time, every year, the production team sent labor force to rowing boats, cut the river grass with long bamboo poles, and put the river grass in the digged pit. After a period of fermentation, the river grass became organic fertilizer without pollution. My neighbours eat the water in the river. I remember when I was a child, my mother or father filled the tank with water every day at dawn, left it to Grandma to cook for us, and then went to work. At that time, washing vegetables, dishes and clothes were all washed in the river. I don't remember when it started, the countryside began to drill wells, then began to eat well water, and now it has tap water.
Now the river at the entrance is invisible, full of weeds and black soil. To say what is the most expensive thing in the countryside ten years later, it is a pollution-free water source. Hometown with Nannong. I think the most expensive should be grain fields. I am a native of the countryside. When I was a child, every household had several mu of grain fields. My parents basically lived the pastoral life of sunset and rising day by day. In the 1980s and 1990s, two crops of rice, early rice and late rice, were planted. Later, there were more opportunities to work, and people's living standard was better, so they became a kind of one-season japonica rice.
But now the parents are getting older, most of the young people go out to work and do business, leaving behind only the elderly and children, and the labor force has been greatly weakened. Just these days, the flower and wood industry has sprung up. Now, 80% of the grain fields in our village have been rented and become flower and wood bases, and the rest are decreasing year by year. So I say the most expensive thing in ten years is grain fields. Do you agree with me? Welcome to comment, thank you!