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Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính on Sunday spoke with more than 4,500 workers nationwide and discussed their opinions on a number of work-related issues.

Prime Minister to host dialogue with farmers on May 29

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh will host a dialogue in Son La on May 29 with a participation of 500 delegates, including 300 typical farmers, cooperatives and enterprises in the agricultural field along with experts and scientists across the country.

Largest-ever support package to strengthen farmers

The Government has just submitted a support package of VND350 trillion (US$15.43 billion) for socio-economic recovery and development to the National Assembly.

Hanoi farmer raises record 1 million lotus flowers

With a passion for floriculture and dream of getting rich from agriculture, Le Quang Khanh has developed a giant lotus pond which yields 1 million flowers each season.

Da Nang farmer's new wealth based on online learning

Online knowledge is usually not thought to benefit agriculture, but not in the case of farmer Phan Van Hung who has earned half billion a year from farming techniques he learned from the Internet.

Young farmer and his game-changing approach

Feeling a deep connection to agriculture, a young farmer in 2020 quit his job at a local government agency and began growing asparagus and purple onions and raising rabbits.

Pig farmers become millionaires

Self-contained large-scale pig farms combined with fish farming and rice cultivation has brought tens of billions of VND, or $1 million each year, to Ninh Binh farmers.

Millionaire story of a “buffalo boy”

A man from the southwestern region of Vietnam started his business with a female buffalo that was then extended to hundreds of buffaloes, earning him annual revenue of over a billion VND.

 

Pandemic turns Hai Duong farm produce into waste

People in the northern province of Hai Duong are calling for help as their farm produce distribution networks have been disrupted since social distancing was imposed in the locality.

Farmers’ pain: tons of vegetables rot in fields

Different from previous years, the prices for vegetables after the Lunar New Year (Tet) have fallen due to the impact of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and quick growth because of good weather.

Hanoi’s Party Chief, Chairman join local farmers on their fields

On February 19, Hanoi's Party Secretary Vuong Dinh Hue and Hanoi Chairman Chu Ngoc Anh went to the fields with farmers in Di Mau commune in Thach That district to open the spring crop.

Young farmer succeeds with growing organic asparagus

A year ago, farmers in Hanh Phuoc Commune, Nghia Hanh District in central Quang Ngai Province started growing asparagus in hopes of improving their income by selling the expensive vegetable.

Farmers work at night to avoid severe heat

It’s 2am in the rice field of Tam Hung Commune, Thanh Oai District in the western outskirts of Hanoi. The darkness overwhelms the immense space. Surrounding villages are still deep in sound sleep.

Farmers sow rice at night to avoid extreme heat in Hanoi

Hordes of farmers in Thanh Oai district of Hanoi have to bring flashlights with them to sow rice at night instead of doing so in the daytime when temperatures can reach above 40 degrees Celsius.

Farmers in "occupation groups" improve incomes

A "farmer occupation group model" in the southern province of Ba Ria – Vung Tau has helped farmers improve income and develop sustainable agricultural production.

Rice harvest season starts in Hanoi

The rice fields under the mountains in the suburban area in My Duc District, Hanoi have been ready for the harvest season.

Dong Thap farmers adopt drones to spray crops

Some farmers in the southern province of Dong Thap have started using drones to spray pesticide and fertilizer on their crops after seeing how effective the machines are.

Heavy rains bring cheer to Mekong Delta farmers

There were heavy rains yesterday, April 13, in many provinces and cities in the Mekong (Cuu Long) Delta, bringing much-needed water to hundreds of hectares of fruits, vegetables and paddy parched by drought and a water shortage.

Soc Trang taps efficient farming models to beat climate change

Farmers in the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang have adopted many new farming models to adapt to climate change, which has helped them cope with the severe saltwater intrusion.

Mekong Delta farmers switch to other crops in response to climate change

More farmers in the Mekong Delta have restructured their crop cultivation to adapt to the effects of climate change.