Drive for Obtaining New Land Should Be Vigorously Waged
If all units obtain arable land even a little, its total area is not small.
If highlands, tablelands and surroundings of rivers, streets and waterways are rezoned properly, it is quite possible to obtain new arable land.
Buildings in fields should be replaced and grains be planted in ridges between paddy-fields, levees and other spaces.
Lost farmland should be restored to its original state and an active undertaking should be conducted to find out the reduced land.
It is also important for each farmer to plant more than a thousand crops in non-cultivating fields.