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Bac Giang removes the "knot" for concentrated vegetable production area

BAC GIANG - According to the master plan till 2030, Bac Giang province has 78 concentrated vegetable production areas. Besides the advantages, the vegetable production encounters some difficulties and obstacles to meet market demand and serve the processing industry. All levels, sectors and localities have implemented various solutions to handle these problems.

Decision No. 100/QD-UBND dated January 18, 2023 on approving the results of “Reviewing, updating and editing the digital map of concentrated production areas, specialized cultivation area of key agricultural products and hi-tech farming area in Bac Giang province" determined that 8 districts (except Luc Ngan district and Bac Giang city) will have 78 concentrated vegetable production areas with a total area of more than 7.2 thousand hectares by 2030, including 23 hi-tech agricultural areas (increase of one area and decrease of 533 hectares compared to the initial plan to build a concentrated vegetable production area).

Bac Giang province, removes the knot, concentrated vegetable production area, vegetable production, key agricultural products

Farmer in Canh Nau commune (Yen The district) harvests cucumbers at concentrated vegetable production area.

Lang Giang district plans to build 7 concentrated vegetable production zones on total area of 610 hectares. Luc Nam district will build a concentrated vegetable production area with a scale of nearly 3 thousand hectares in 13 communes and towns (the largest in the province). The locality has developed many concentrated vegetable growing models with high economic efficiency for years.

In order to create consistency in implementation, the localities have promoted communication and actively persuaded people and businesses to participate.

Hiep Hoa district has supported GOC Export Food Processing Joint Stock Company (Lang Giang district) to complete procedures to lease 15 hectares of land from people in Xuan Cam commune for high-tech agricultural production. Currently, the company cooperates with more than a dozen cooperatives and production facilities in the province to supply input materials, helping yearly consume nearly 20 thousand tonnes of raw materials of all kinds.

According to Deputy Director of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Ba Thanh, building and developing concentrated vegetable production area is a reasonable policy, heling form a large-scale raw material area for the processing industry, increase the value of agricultural products and local income.

In fact, Bac Giang province has many advantages for agricultural development but difficulties and obstacles are inevitable. To overcome, the sector directed and urged specialized units and localities to guide farmers to focus on producing winter vegetables early under spreading crops in order to increase productivity and price competitiveness.

Bac Giang province, removes the knot, concentrated vegetable production area, vegetable production, key agricultural products

Farmers in Dong Phu commune (Luc Nam district) share experiences to care for the soybean.

The competent agencies were requested to rationally and adequately regulate irrigation for trees, especially winter crops, to grow and develop favorably; step up processing, build products under One Commune One Product programme as well as connect consumption markets.

Meanwhile, the sector was asked to focus on agricultural encouragement task, transfer of science and technology to the farmers and effectively implement the program "plant health".

To "energize" agriculture, the province has also issued many support mechanisms which create maximum advantages for businesses, cooperatives, households and individuals to invest in agriculture, especially in the production of concentrated and high-tech vegetable areas.

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Bac Giang province, removes the knot, concentrated vegetable production area, vegetable production, key agricultural products
 
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