hi-tech farming

Update news hi-tech farming

Farming in Vietnam has become more digitized, which has eased the workload and increased sales of products to people who live in other localities.

Farmer looks to the internet to improve skills, income

Phan Van Hung now earns half billion dong a year after studying farming techniques on the Internet.

More efforts needed to attract FDI into hi-tech farming

The Vietnamese government holds high hope for a green and safe agricultural sector that could be a driving force for growth just like the manufacturing and processing sector.

Vietnam’s breeding farms: pigs eat ginseng, buffaloes drink wine

At some breeding farms in Vietnam, livestock is raised in a special way: eels are bred in plastic cans, pigs eat ginseng and listen to music, and buffaloes drink wine every morning.

Vietnam lags behind Thailand in use of blockchain in agriculture

Agriculture is the livelihood of 70 percent of Vietnamese. However, high prices, unequal quality, and the lack of information about products have all made it difficult to compete with Thai products of the same kinds.

Hi-tech farming: new target for corporations

VietNamNet Bridge - Large corporations have announced investments in 25 agriculture investment projects with total capital of VND27 trillion.

Vietnam’s shrimp farming industry undergoing reshuffle

VietNamNet Bridge - Hi-tech shrimp farming has become an attractive business for many investors.

Hanoi finds investors for 43 projects

 VietNamNet Bridge – The government of Hanoi City is finding investors for 43 projects planned for implementation this year at a total cost of VND372.25 trillion (US$16.6 billion).

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