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On which day of the lunar calendar is the grain in ear solar term characterized by temperature and climate

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grain in ear is an important solar term for farmers. Entering grain in ear is equivalent to entering the busy farming season. Farmers have to plant all kinds of crops in this season, so they will pay special attention to the weather and temperature during this period. After all, farmers depend on the weather and need to pay more attention to the weather to determine the harvest of crops.

芒种节气是农历哪一天 气温与气侯特点

ear planting time

ear planting is the ninth of the twenty-four solar terms and the third in summer. June 5 or 6 every year. Climatic characteristics of

ear seeds

in ancient China, ear seeds were divided into three periods: "a mantis was born; a Peng began to sound; and a tongue was turned back and silent." in this solar term, the eggs of a mantis in the late autumn of the previous year broke their shells and gave birth to a small Mantis because they felt the birth of Yin Qi; Shrike birds that like Yin begin to appear in the branches and sing when they feel Yin. On the contrary, anti tongue birds that can learn from other birds stop singing because they sense the emergence of Yin Qi. Ear seed is a solar term reflecting the phenomenon of agricultural phenology, which represents the maturity of awned crops such as wheat. By now, the wheat harvest season in Sichuan Basin has passed, and the transplanting of medium rice and sweet potato is coming to an end. In most areas, medium-sized rice has entered the green stage, with tender green seedlings and vitality. The poem "the east wind dyes three thousand hectares, and the broken egrets fly everywhere" vividly depicts the beautiful scenery of the fields at this time. During the

grain in ear solar term weather

grain in ear, although the flood season in South China is in the late stage, there will still be heavy rain. Under normal circumstances, Hunan, central Jiangxi and southern Zhejiang are generally the first rainy seasons to enter the plum blossom. After entering the plum blossom, like South China, the main flood season in this region begins, and rainstorms occur from time to time. Mountainous areas need to be vigilant against secondary disasters such as mountain torrents and debris flows caused by local heavy rainstorms. In addition, urban drainage of accumulated water, farmland drainage and rescue of the victims will be listed in the emergency plan. In addition, Southwest China has also entered the rainy season of the year since June. At this time, hail weather began to increase in the plateau area in the west of Southwest China. During this period, people in most areas can generally experience the heat of summer, except that some areas in the northernmost part of the Qinghai Tibet Plateau and Heilongjiang have not really entered summer. Nenjiang River, located in the north of Heilongjiang Province, during the 30 years from 1971 to 2000, the hottest day was 37.1 ℃, which occurred during grain in ear. In June, high temperature weather above 35 ℃ may occur in both the South and the north. High temperature weather above 40 ℃ may occur in Huang Huai Region and the east of Northwest China, but it is generally not a continuous high temperature. In Hainan, Fujian, Guangdong and other places in South China, the average temperature in June is about 28 ℃. If the air humidity is high before the thunderstorm, it is really stuffy and hot. Sometimes it is necessary to release a high temperature forecast to the public to remind people to prevent heatstroke, air conditioning disease and acute gastroenteritis.

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