The rice-growing areas reduced, increasing rice yields, stable export of rice, and high selling prices have been beneficial for farmers at a conference
- Vietnam targets 10 billion USD from fruit, vegetable exports by 2030
- Vietnam sells 50,000 tons of rice to Bangladesh
- Rice price surges 18 pct
- Cassava exports, prices jump on surging China demand
- Black pepper price increases due to shortage of supply
- Vietnam’s rice price for export rises in Jan-Feb
- Japanese GI certificate: "Passport" for Luc Ngan lychee to enter fastidious markets
- Ministry promotes building of natural agriculture
After a long period of sinking to the bottom and causing big losses for farmers, the price of pepper, often called "black gold", has skyrocketed.
Vietnam exported 638,000 tonnes of rice worth $352 million in the first two months of 2021, declining 31.4% in volume and 18.3% in value year-on-year.
The price of livestock fodder has risen by 15-30 per cent in the last five months because of higher prices of inputs, and many farmers are facing big losses as
Việt Nam exported 638,000 tonnes of rice worth US$352 million in the first two months of 2021, down 31.4 per cent in volume and 18.3 per cent in value
Thieu lychee grown in Luc Ngan district in the northern province of Bac Giang has been granted a certificate of geographical indication
As this year lychees exported to Japan are cultivated up to VietGAP standard, the GlobalGAP lychee farming area is stable as compared to the previous year
More and more agriculture and aquaculture businesses are setting up their own farms rather than rely on imports for raw materials.
Vietnam exported 638,000 tonnes of rice worth 352 million USD in the first two months of 2021, down 31.4 percent in volume and 18.3 percent in value year-on-yea
The Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) has granted geographical indication (GI) certification to Luc Ngan lychee that originates