The south – central province of Ninh Thuận has raised sheep breeding to an industrial scale using advanced techniques to improve productivity and value.
Exporting fruit and vegetables brought Việt Nam US$1.35 billion in the first four months of this year, up 9.5 per cent year-on-year, data of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Agro Processing and Market Development Authority (Agrotrade) showed.
With borders closed and travel restricted since early 2020, cross-border e-commerce has proved itself as a game changer, setting the scene for Vietnamese traders to climb up the global supply chain and reducing risk of disruption caused by an unprecedented crisis like COVID-19.
Cashew farmers in the country are facing a poor harvest due to bad weather and low prices because of low international demand.
All of the delta’s 12 provinces and its major city, Cần Thơ, have been able to turn more unproductive rice fields into fruit tree and other crop growing areas, or for aquaculture.
Fishing and gathering lotus stems from Ea Sup Lake in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk have brought the main income to local people living near the lake.