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It is time to increase the production and use of organic fertilisers to foster organic farming, according to the Việt Nam Fertiliser Association.
Identifying organic fertilisers as the key to organic agriculture, Vietnam’s agriculture ministry has set a target to raise the proportion of organic fertiliser
For the long term, policies to encourage the production of organic fertilisers from existing domestic materials, including waste products in agriculture
An expected rise in demand for organic fertilisers has sparked many companies to invest more in production.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has set targets to increase the use of organic fertilisers by the end of next year.
Việt Nam spent US$338 million to import 1.22 million tonnes of fertiliser in the first quarter of this year, up 31.5 per cent in volume and around 24 per cent
Vietnam’s imports of organic fertiliser has surged in the past three years, reflecting increasing demand for the green product.
The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Trà Vinh has encouraged more farmers to grow peanuts with organic fertiliser and less irrigation water to save labour
More farmers in Sóc Trăng Province's Kế Sách District have begun using organic fertiliser and bio-products under the encouragement of local authorities.
The central city of Da Nang has approved two high-tech farming projects in suburban Hoa Vang district as part of the city’s agricultural development master plan