A farmer harvest organic vegetable (Photo: VNA)

Japan’s Nippon Vietnam Agreen (NVA) company had a working session on September 4 with leaders of the northern province of Ha Nam to conduct a survey on an organic vegetable project in the locality.

NVA General Director Yajima Takahirosaid that Ha Nam with favourable agricultural conditions will give the company authority to implement planting trials using Japanese technology and quality-management processes.

At the working session, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Mai Tien Dung agreed to allocate 2 hectares in Phu Van commune, Phu Ly city for planting trials.

During the trial period, the province will waive land use fees and support the company in overcoming difficulties.

The secretary also suggested the NVA expand production capacity and transfer technologies for local farmers once the planting trials are successful.

Currently, Ha Nam is striving to apply modern technology in agricultural production in tandem with attracting more Japanese investment in the field.-VNA