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Farmers in the Mekong Delta are learning new techniques to implement machines in farming activities

Farming 4.0 brings new hope to agriculture

Gone are the days when farmers had to toil under the burning heat. Now in the Mekong Delta, they are entering Industry 4.0 with effective implementation of technology to increase yields and create new brand names for their produce.
Head of the Central Economic Commission, Tran Tuan Anh (C) hands over Third Class Labor Medal s to ten outstanding farmers. (Photo: VNA)

300 outstanding farmers honored in Hanoi

A ceremony honoring 300 farmers for their significant achievements in the 2017-2022 period was held in Hanoi on September 13 by the Central Committee of the Vietnam Farmers' Association.
Flying machines are responsible for sowing, fertilizing on rice fields in the Mekong Delta

VN using synchronous mechanization to enter top-10 produce processing nations

Vietnam aims at a minimum of 60 percent of synchronous mechanization in crop cultivation, livestock production, and aquaculture by 2030 so that it can be in the global top-10 produce processing centers. This is the conclusion stated by Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Tran Thanh Nam in yesterday’s conference ‘Synchronous Mechanization for Sustainable Agriculture’, held in Can Tho City.

Conference discusses cashless payment solutions for agro-fishery SMEs

Conference discusses cashless payment solutions for agro-fishery SMEs

A video conference has been held between the Vietnam E-commerce and Digital Economy Agency (IDEA)’s Centre of Information and Digital Technology (CID) and global payment technology company VISA to discuss cashless payment solutions for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Farmers propose increasing support in restructuring agricultural economics

Farmers propose increasing support in restructuring agricultural economics

Several farmers proposed to borrow money as unsecured loans instead of secured loans and interest rate needs to be approved monthly instead of quarterly as currently at the dialogue with the Ho Chi Minh City government, themed ‘Policy to support the restructuring of agricultural economics: reality and solutions’, held by the People’s Council of HCMC in association with the Voice of HCMC’s People on November 30.
Food processing at a Korean company in Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo: SGGP)

Food processing industry attractive to FDI enterprises

According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Vietnam is among top agro-forestry-aquatic product and food exporters in the world with export turnover growth of around 8-10 percent annually but raw material export still accounts for a large proportion.
The price of Thai jackfruits in Mekong Delta provinces is unstable. (Photo: SGGP)

Agricultural authority warns of massive jackfruit cultivation

The departments of Agriculture and Rural Development of Mekong Delta provinces warned that farmers should be cautious about abandoning rice, sugarcane and other crops to massively shift to grow Thai variety jackfruit trees as the price of Thai jackfruit is usually volatile. 
The Vietnam – Australia Corporation is raising shrimps using high technologies in the southern province of Bac Lieu. Photo by Ham Luong

Agriculture applies science-technology for sustainable development

More than 70 percent of the Vietnamese population is working in the agricultural sector, yet they contribute only around 20 percent of the GDP. Therefore, to raise the revenue of this mass sector, beside taking full advantage of the integration process, new technologies must be applied more widely in the whole nation.

Flower growing in nethouses in the HCMC Biotechnology Center. Photo by Thanh Tri

HCMC welcomes advanced technologies in agriculture

Urbanization has gradually increased its pressure on agriculture land of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) year by year. Yet thanks to the application of advanced technologies, especially biotechnology, into crop growing and harvesting, agricultural performance witnessed an impressive rise.
A paddy field in An Giang province (Photo: SGGP)

Agriculture, tourism beef up An Giang Province's economy

The Mekong delta province of An Giang has advantages in developing agriculture, tourism, and border economy; therefore, the province has built economic models for sustainable development and climate change adaptation