After local media reported about vegetables with counterfeited VietGAP certificates, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) asked for a review of 12 certification units and threatened to strictly punish any violators.
Rice farms in Dong Thap fully mechanised
Farmers in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap are using agricultural machines for all rice cultivation processes on nearly 100 per cent of rice farms.
Vietnam's “lychee kingdom” looks to conquer demanding markets
Thieu lychee, a specialty fruit of Luc Ngan district in northern Bac Giang province, are expected to soon be readily-found in one of the most choosy markets in the world, Japan,
Green consumption campaign introduces new initiatives
The 11th edition of a campaign on green consumption will take place from June 6 to 30, an event held by the Sai Gon Giai phong (Liberated Saigon) newspaper and Saigon Co.op group on June 3 heard.
Safe farm develops from polluted dump
A man in the central city of Da Nang has turned a local dump into a high-tech garden to supply fresh and healthy vegetables to local residents and markets.
Thai Nguyen festival honours tea processing industry
The 4th Thai Nguyen – Vietnam Tea Festival will be organised in Thai Nguyen on April 17-19 to promote Vietnamese tea products, honour villages, producers and the tea processing industry.
Redtail catfish is in high demand
Hanoi seeks supply of safe fruit, vegetables
State Budget relies on fisheries
New body to facilitate revival, growth of tea industry
Ninh Thuan vineyard offers rustic summertime escape for travellers
VN targets tra fish supply chain to supply EU market
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Vietnam attempts to increase profits for farmers
Mekong fruit growers try to improve quality
VietNamNet Bridge – The application of Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) in fruit cultivation has paid some export dividends, but serious productivity and saleability problems remain, experts say.