The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Trà Vinh will dredge its 18 main irrigation canals that run a total of 162 km in the next four years at a cost of VNĐ387 billion (US$16.7 million) to improve the supply of water for irrigation during dry seasons.
Local authorities in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta have warned farmers to stop sowing rice in many areas to avoid damage from saltwater intrusion and drought in the 2020 – 21 dry season.
This is not the first time snow has fallen on the northern mountains of Việt Nam. In the past 10 years, snow has been recorded to fall in Mẫu Sơn Mountains in Lạng Sơn Province, Sa Pa and even in the mountains of central Nghệ An Province.
A new fashion collection in Hà Nội shines a light on lotus silk and Việt Nam's national flower
The use of advanced farming techniques in Tiền Giang Province’s Mỹ Tho City has improved agricultural production value as well as farmers' incomes.
Farmers who grow organic rice and breed giant river prawn in the same rice field under farm contracts in Trà Vinh Province are getting bumper harvests and high prices.
Hậu Giang is one of the provinces at the end of Hậu River, a branch of the Mekong River in the south of Việt Nam. Hence flood season here comes later than areas along other sections of the river delta.
Located nearly 1,000m above sea level, Thẳm Khến cave in Nà Xa Village, Mường Đun Commune, Tủa Chùa District, Điện Biên Province contains many historical, cultural and scientific values.
The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Tiền Giang plans to turn 7,700ha of unproductive rice fields into high-value crops to adapt to climate change and natural disasters in the 2020 - 25 period.