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Trà Vinh takes measures to protect shrimp from disease

Update: August, 15/2018 - 08:00
Trà Vinh Province has approved a plan to protect shrimp from disease. VNA/VNS Photo
Viet Nam News

TRÀ VINH— The People’s Committee of Trà Vinh Province in the Mekong Delta has approved a plan to invest VNĐ2.3 billion (US$98,669) to protect intensive and semi-intensive shrimp farms from disease in Cầu Ngang, Duyên Hải, Trà Cú and Châu Thành districts.

The province will take samples of shrimp, water and mud before and during the shrimp season, and then take measures to reduce disease to meet requirements of importing countries.

The plan will contribute to the development of the province’s shrimp farms and expand the shrimp export market.

By 2020, the province expects to have 26,170 hectare of shrimp farming area and shrimp output of 70,600 tonne per year.

This season, the province has 20,000ha of tiger prawns and 5,000 ha of white-legged shrimp.

The output of the province has reached 15,600 tonnes of tiger prawns and 24,000 tonnes of white-legged shrimp.

In addition, farmers in the province have expanded super-intensive farming using advanced techniques. The province now has 350ha of white-legged shrimp under the model, up 2.5 times compared to last year.

Farmer can harvest 40 tonnes per hectare per crop, seven to eight times higher than in the traditional model. — VNS


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