Central Highlands farmers enjoy high prices of agricultural products

Central Highlands farmers enjoy high prices of agricultural products

This year, many key crops in the Central Highlands, such as black pepper, coffee, passion fruit, and cassava, have had high prices, which have helped farmers to have a decent income. Thanks to that, farmers can go shopping comfortably to welcome the 2022 Lunar New Year with joy and excitement.
The price of black pepper had unexpectedly increased in the past few weeks. (Photo: SGGP)

Prices of black pepper suddenly climb

In the past few weeks, the price of black pepper in the Southeast provinces had suddenly increased continuously and hit a record high.
Participating in cooperatives and producing according to the VietGAP standards for export are the direction for sustainable development of pepper plants. (Photo: SGGP)

Pepper farmers in dire need for direction for consumption

Farmers in the Southeast are entering the peak of the harvest season of black pepper in the 2020-2021 crop. Low pepper prices, declining yields, and high labor costs are causing many difficulties for pepper growers. It is time to come up with plans to reduce pepper growing area, convert crops, and supplement technologies.
High-tech agricultural production helps farmers get rich in Lam Dong Province. (Photo: SGGP)

Agricultural sector needs impulse for sustainable development

Despite many achievements, the agricultural investment and development in the Central and Central Highlands of Vietnam are facing many challenges due to a shortage of capital, unstable prices, or a lack of market for products. Enterprises and farmers are looking forward to the third dialogue conference between Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and farmers scheduled to take place on September 28 in Buon Ma Thuot City in Dak Lak Province, with the hope that it will open the tie-knot and promote sustainable agricultural production development.
Enterprises call for help to re-export black pepper stuck in Nepal

Enterprises call for help to re-export black pepper stuck in Nepal

For having not opened letters of credit, 58 containers of black pepper of 13 Vietnamese enterprises exported to Nepal are stuck at ports in this country. Because their goods could not either be exported or re-exported, enterprises are asking the Prime Minister for help.
A man taking care of black pepper plants in Ba Ria-Vung Tau (Photo: SGGP)

International Pepper Community learns about Vietnamese market

International Pepper Community comprising nearly 40 representatives from pepper associations in the US, China, some European and African nations; together with foreign and domestic pepper businesses visited black pepper planting models in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau on December 5.

Farmers harvest pepper in the Central Highlands (Photo: SGGP)

Black pepper prices lowest in seven years

Black pepper, one of the main agricultural products in the Central Highlands with the total area of 55,000 hectares accounting for 56.7 percent of the country, has seen prices falling to the bottom level of seven years for the last couple of months.