Tra Vinh farmers harvest mud crab for Tet, earn high profit Business

Tra Vinh farmers harvest mud crab for Tet, earn high profit

Farmers in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh are entering the mud crab harvest for Tet (Lunar New Year) and earning a high profit of 30 - 35 million VND (1,300 - 1,500 USD) per hectare as demand is high for the coming holiday, which falls on January 25.
Ninh Thuan targets sustainable grape production Society

Ninh Thuan targets sustainable grape production

The south-central province of Ninh Thuan, the country’s largest grape producer, is targeting sustainable grape production after conducting research on new grape varieties, applying advanced farming techniques and investing in post-harvest processing.
Tay Ninh custard apple farmers embrace VietGAP standards Business

Tay Ninh custard apple farmers embrace VietGAP standards

The southeastern province of Tay Ninh, the country’s largest custard apple producer, is growing the fruit to good agricultural practice (GAP) standards such as VietGAP and Global GAP to meet the market demand and improve farmers’ incomes.
Vietnam has high demand for IT workforce Sci-Tech

Vietnam has high demand for IT workforce

Demand for human resources in Vietnam’s information technology (IT) sector has reached a five-year peak with nearly 63,000 jobs to be filled in 2019, according to the second quarter report on Vietnam’s IT market conducted by TopDev, an IT recruitment network and ecosystem.
Farmers earn higher incomes from coldwater fish Business

Farmers earn higher incomes from coldwater fish

Farmers and companies in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong are earning higher incomes from coldwater fish farming by using advanced techniques and taking advantage of favourable weather conditions.
Mekong, south-east regions advised to develop mushroom farms Business

Mekong, south-east regions advised to develop mushroom farms

The Mekong Delta and south-eastern regions have great potential for growing mushroom year round thanks to their favourable climate and availability of vast quantities of agricultural by-products that can be used as inputs, according to the National Agricultural Extension Centre.
Singapore: From sky farms to lab-grown shrimp World

Singapore: From sky farms to lab-grown shrimp

As Singapore, an unlikely place for farming revolution, aims to boost agricultural production and rely less on imports to feed its 5.6 million people, the country has developed tiered fish farms, vegetable plots atop office buildings and lab-grown shrimp.