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Organic JAS, the Organic Japanese Agricultural Standard, will act as a passport for Vietnamese farm produce to enter the Japanese and global markets.

Farmers go digital: 85 tons of fruits sold via livestream

The year 2021 witnessed millions of farmer households selling on e-commerce platforms. At this new market, farmers sold tons of farm produce and closed millions of orders.

Agricultural production must not fall back in 2022: Prime Minister

It’s necessary to be daring and set a high goal of exporting $50 billion worth of farm produce in 2022 as agriculture is a pillar of the economy, said Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at a conference on December 29.

Hanoi aims to develop smart agriculture

The capital city has implemented many high-tech agricultural production models in order to move towards smart agriculture.

Digital farming: the way to ease reliance on merchants

Digital transformation will help connect consumers and farmers, by allowing them to witness the cultivation and distribution process together.

New mindset needed to reverse production stagnation

“Localities should not always count plants and livestock in their reports. We need to change the way of thinking to improve the situation,” said Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Minh Hoan.

Farmers will determine the success of digital transformation in Vietnam: Part 2

Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said that farmers will determine the success of digital transformation in Vietnam as they account for 60-70 percent of the country's population.

Farmers will determine the success of digital transformation in Vietnam

Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said that farmers will determine the success of digital transformation in Vietnam as they account for 60-70 percent of the country's population.

 

Modern strategies vital for agricultural funding surge

In the first five months of this year, the agro-forestry-fishery sector accounted for the lowest ratio of foreign direct investment inflows.

Vietnam’s potential to drive agri-food recovery ranks second highest in the region

As a key pillar of the national economy, Vietnam’s agri-food sector remained resilient during the COVID-19 pandemic and has great potential to drive economic recovery, ranking second in the region.

Vietnam’s no 1 rice in world in danger of losing brand

If certain legal entities in the US successfully register the ST25 rice brand, Ho Quang Cua, the real owner of the brand, will lose ownership and it will be very difficult to claim it back.

Agriculture Minister: smaller companies play big role in economy

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Minh Hoan believes that Vietnam needs to attract both "eagles", or big investors, and "sparrows", or small investors, because both are important to the country’s development.

Snail farm brings VND34 billion a year for Quang Tri farmer

Dung, the owner of a hotel, said he has a "treasure" hidden at the bottom of the pond which yields about VND34 billion a year.

Young farmer earns billions of VND a year from rabbit exports to Japan

After many years raising rabbits, Do Quoc Toan, a farmer in Dan Phuong district in Hanoi, has reaped fruit. His rabbit farm brings revenue of over VND1 billion a year.

Big businesses pour money into agriculture, expect no profit in short term

Some billionaires have made big investment in agriculture with an ambitious plan to build a strong brand for Vietnam’s farm produce, but they do not expect to make a profit in the short term.

Barefoot billionaires: raising fowl, growing fruits

Farmers raising fowl and growing pomelo and litchis are earning tens of trillions of dong in Bac Giang Province by using high technology in agricultural production.

Northwest region: passion fruit brings high profit

There are no barren cassava and maize fields as seen in the past on hillsides in Mo Cong hamlet in Son La province. The hills are now covered with passion fruit, bringing growers billions of dong a year.

Modern Vietnamese farmers: wear suits, sit in Hanoi and feed fowl in Dak Lak

Many Vietnamese farmers just need to press a button to grow vegetables and raise pigs, and click a mouse to sell vegetables in the global market.

Vietnam agriculture targets big firms but should not forget smaller companies

Vietnam tries to attract ‘eagles’, or big investors, into agriculture, but it also needs ‘sparrows’ or cooperatives and small enterprises.

Hi-tech application - a key to promote agriculture sector

Cooperation between businesses and farmers plays a key role in the agriculture sector's sustainable development.