Mon, June 11, 2012
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China harvests more than half of winter wheat

2012-06-11 06:20:08 GMT2012-06-11 14:20:08(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Farmers dry wheat in the sun at Zhangjiashigou Village in Yiyuan County, east China's Shandong Province, June 9, 2012. China's Ministry of Agriculture has said that 13.34 million hectares of winter wheat, or 55 percent of the country's total, were harvested until June 10. (Xinhua/Zhao Dongshan)

A combine harvester works in a wheat field at Liujia Village in Qingzhou City, east China's Shandong Province, June 9, 2012. China's Ministry of Agriculture has said that 13.34 million hectares of winter wheat, or 55 percent of the country's total, were harvested until June 10. (Xinhua/Wang Jilin)

A combine harvester works in a wheat field at Nanpingyuan Village in Xinjiang County, north China's Shanxi Province, June 10, 2012. China's Ministry of Agriculture has said that 13.34 million hectares of winter wheat, or 55 percent of the country's total, were harvested until June 10. (Xinhua)

Farmers harvest wheat at Liujia Village in Qingzhou City, east China's Shandong Province, June 9, 2012. China's Ministry of Agriculture has said that 13.34 million hectares of winter wheat, or 55 percent of the country's total, were harvested until June 10. (Xinhua/Wang Jilin)

Farmers harvest wheat in Qiaobei Township of Yuanyang County, central China's Henan Province, June 10, 2012. China's Ministry of Agriculture has said that 13.34 million hectares of winter wheat, or 55 percent of the country's total, were harvested until June 10. (Xinhua/Yang Zhenghua)

China's Ministry of Agriculture has said that 13.34 million hectares of winter wheat, or 55 percent of the country's total, were harvested until June 10.

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