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Bac Giang promotes fruit-tree development

(BGO) – The northern province of Bac Giang boasts great advantages in land and climate for fruit-tree development.

The locality is home to 40,000 hectares of fruit trees. Over 31,000 ha of which is for litchi growing, which produces nearly 200,000 tonnes worth more than 4 trillion VND (176 million USD) a year. 

To make it easy for local farmers to sell their products, local authorities have paid special attention to building trademarks and promote trade for many fruit specialties. 

Notably, a fruit festival was held in Luc Ngan district from November 25-27, contributing to further promoting Bac Giang’s potential and strength in agricultural production.

 

Bac Giang, fruit-tree, development

Soil and climate conditions in Luc Ngan district are suitable for developing fruit-trees like litchi, orange and grapefruit. 

 

Bac Giang, fruit-tree, development

Developing “Vinh” orange in the household of Tran Ba Bao in Tan Quang commune, Luc Ngan district.

 

Bac Giang, fruit-tree, development

A 3ha green-skin grapefruit cultivation model of the household of Nguyen Duy Tuan in Thanh Hai commune, Luc Ngan district, which produces 45 tonnes of grapefruit in this crop. Photo:  A truck for purchasing grapefruit at the garden. 

 

Bac Giang, fruit-tree, development

A drip-irrigation model for litchi in Quy Son and Giap Son communes in Luc Ngan district. 

 

Bac Giang, fruit-tree, development

Many households in Bao Son commune, Luc Nam district apply new technology to produce pineapples out of season.

 

Bac Giang, fruit-tree, development

“Canh” orange has been planted in Tan Moc commune, Luc Ngan district for dozens of years, bringing in high economic values. 

Doan Anh Tuan

Bac Giang, fruit-tree, development
 
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