Bac Lieu boasts advantages to develop sustainably, sustainably: PM Politics

Bac Lieu boasts advantages to develop sustainably, sustainably: PM

With its potential, advantages and opportunities, the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu would promote green, rapid, sustainable socio-economic development, especially high-tech agriculture, renewable energy, trade, services and tourism, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh said at a working session with local leaders on December 4.
High tech farming in Ninh Thuan proves effective Society

High tech farming in Ninh Thuan proves effective

The south-central province of Ninh Thuan is promoting the application of high-technology in agricultural production with the aim of setting up major zones and projects yielding high-quality farm produce, thereby turning high-tech agriculture into a spearhead sector in local economic development.
Can Tho eyes multi-faceted cooperation with Netherlands Business

Can Tho eyes multi-faceted cooperation with Netherlands

Vice Chairman of the Can Tho People’s Committee Nguyen Ngoc He had a working session with the Dutch Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City, Daniel Stork on May 10, during which the two sides discussed ways to boost cooperation in infrastructure development, climate change adaptation, and hi-tech agriculture.
Da Nang boosts production of clean vegetables based on high tech Videos

Da Nang boosts production of clean vegetables based on high tech

Science and technology have been applied through various programmes over recent years to produce clean vegetables in the central city of Da Nang. Many agro cooperatives in Hoa Vang and Cam Le districts are now able to produce clean vegetables that meet VietGap standards, which has helped boost farmer incomes and satisfied local demand for fresh greens.
Long An to expand high-quality, hi-tech rice farming Business

Long An to expand high-quality, hi-tech rice farming

The Mekong Delta province of Long An plans to increase its rate of high-quality rice cultivation to 70 -75 percent during 2021 – 2025 from the current 50 percent, according to its Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.