Tay Ninh aims to be agri-tech hub Business

Tay Ninh aims to be agri-tech hub

The southern province of Tay Ninh aims to increase economic growth and farmers’ incomes by becoming a high-tech agricultural hub for the region.
Ca Mau expands large-scale fields Business

Ca Mau expands large-scale fields

Nearly 9,000 farmers in southernmost Ca Mau province worked to produce 540,000 tonnes of rice on more than 10,760 hectares of large-scale paddy fields in 2015.

Binh Thuan keen to develop agricultural farms

The southern central province of Binh Thuan has taken a number of concrete measures to facilitate the development of agricultural farms to fully tap the local potential for agricultural production, a local official said.
Ha Tinh voters ask to improve local governments Politics

Ha Tinh voters ask to improve local governments

Voters from the central province of Ha Tinh have emphasised the importance of innovating the organisation and operation of local governments to the effectiveness of the socialist state of the rule of law.

Binh Dinh province expands large-scale fields

The central province of Binh Dinh plans to build an additional 250 large-scale fields in 2015 covering more than 10,000 hectares, said Director of the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Phan Trong Ho.

Thai Binh promotes link with Iran’s provinces

Chairman of the People’s Committee of northern Thai Binh province Pham Van Sinh expressed his hope to reach investment and export deals with Iran during his reception for Iranian parliamentarians on November 21.

Effective production models respond to climate change

Due to the looming threat of climate change, the southern province of Bac Lieu recommended localities apply the sustainable integrated rice-shrimp model and farming system, combining the expansion of protection forest with the cultivation of shrimps and crabs.

Binh Dinh keen to extend large-scale fields

The central province of Binh Dinh aims to expand the size of its agricultural cultivation area to comprise 250 large-scale fields by 2015, with 230 paddy fields on 10,000ha, according to a conference organised by the provincial People’s Committee on October 6.

Dak Lak produces organic fertiliser from agricultural byproducts

The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak is encouraging ethnic minority communities to produce microbial organic fertilizer from agricultural byproducts as it is not only economically efficient, but also boosts soil nutrients and decreases pollution in rural areas.