600 tons of Ha Giang, Vietnam buckwheat seeds will be exported to Japan
Published Dec 2, 2022
During a recent working trip to Ha Giang province, Mr. Matsuo Tomoyuki, President of the Japan-Vietnam Culinary Culture Association, said that, in fact, Japan's demand for importing raw buckwheat seeds to make Soba noodles is very big. The actual survey shows that the quality of buckwheat seeds grown in Ha Giang is much higher than in other places. Therefore, in the past time, the Association has been planting buckwheat buckwheat on an area of about 100 hectares with a total output of 50 tons, planted almost everywhere in Ha Giang province, of which the most concentrated is in Meo Vac district. , Vi Xuyen, Hoang Su Phi and Ha Giang city. Mr. Matsuo Tomoyuki also said that in the coming year, the Japan - Vietnam Culinary Culture Association will deploy to plant more areas spread throughout the districts of Ha Giang province. The most recent export shipment was 5 tons of buckwheat seeds. It is expected that in 2023, the Association will export from 300 to 600 tons of Ha Giang buckwheat seeds to Japan.
Cao Banh hamlet, Phuong Thien commune, Ha Giang city is a locality chosen by the Japan - Vietnam Culinary Culture Association as a pilot material area for projects on planting buckwheat seeds for seeds. According to the local government, the order area is about 5ha. Buckwheat is a tree that is quite easy to grow, easy to live and has a long association with Ha Giang people, so the implementation of planting and cultivating seeds will not face many difficulties. However, in the past, people only planted flowers for tourism development, so they did not pay attention to productivity and output. Another problem is that buckwheat is showing signs of seed degradation due to the use of broodstock over many life cycles, so the percentage of plants that give seeds is probably only about 30% of the cotton rate is also a problem. . Mr. Le Thai Hung, Chairman of the People's Committee of Phuong Tien commune, Ha Giang city said that, to ensure the yield of buckwheat seeds, the local government ...