Projects contribute to Vietnamese agriculture’s sustainable development


The success of Vietnam's agricultural industry in 2023 cannot help but mention the huge contribution from projects supporting farmers with equipment, science and technology in production towards environmental protection and sustainable development.

In a rice field that has been sown for more than a month, farmer Muoi Mot in Binh Thanh Trung Commune of Dong Thap Province’s Lap Vo District excitedly said that farmers have harvested 130 tons of rice on an area of 24 hectares for the last summer-autumn crop. Previously, peasants also harvested more than 180 tons for the winter-spring crop and earned high profits from exporting to Europe after rice met the quality standards of this market.

Mr. Muoi Mot revealed that as he participated in the project to establish a sustainable rice value chain for small farmers in the Mekong Delta of the Australian Center for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) in collaboration with Can Tho University and exporting businesses, he could be able to achieve such productivity.

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