The expansion of fruit growing areas in Tiền Giang Province, the country’s largest fruit producer, has helped farmers adapt to climate change and improve their incomes.
The Cửu Long (Mekong Delta) province of Đồng Tháp plans to release floodwaters into 90,200ha of rice fields in this year’s rainy season to fertilise the soil and flush away rice disease pathogens.
Farmers in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta are taking measures to adapt to low levels of flooding this year by switching to new crops and using other cultivation methods.
Occupying a prime feng shui spot with a sublime combination of land, water, and wind in southwestern Việt Nam, Hà Tiên City is a one of the most attractive places in the Mekong Delta region.
Farmers in Tiền Giang Province’s Tân Phú Đông District have turned nearly 500ha of low-yielding rice paddies into lemongrass and soursop farms because of saltwater intrusion and drought.
The Ministry of Transport plans to develop Trần Đề seaport in Sóc Trăng Province into a national deep-water seaport with large scale by using private investment.
Tiền Giang Province has developed new agricultural production models that provide farmers with a reliable income to cope with climate change in its eastern districts and Gò Công Town.
Many Năm Roi grapefruit gardens in Bình Minh Town in the southern province of Vinh Long are damaged after being submerged by the highest tide seen in the last 40 years.