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Vietnam: A good garden is luxuriant with the idea of growing wild plants, it turns out that Tien Giang farmers grow acerola fruit from Brazil

Vườn tốt um tùm tưởng mọc cây dại, hóa ra nông dân Tiền Giang trồng thứ trái cây đặc sản đến từ Brazil
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Fresh Acerola
Vietnam
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Jun 4, 2022
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According to the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Go Cong Dong district (Tien Giang province), the acerola growing area in the district as of April 2022 is 134.8 hectares. In which, the focus is on growing acerola most in the communes: Binh Nghi, Binh An, Kieng Phuoc and Tan Dong. The output of acerola is estimated at nearly 11,000 tons/year.
According to the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Go Cong Dong district (Tien Giang province), the acerola growing area in the district as of April 2022 is 134.8 hectares. In which, the cultivation of acerola is most concentrated in the communes: Binh Nghi, Binh An, Kieng Phuoc and Tan Dong. The output of acerola is estimated at nearly 11,000 tons/year. For a long time, acerola is considered a hunger eradication and poverty alleviation plant in the coastal area of Go Cong, because this is a saline land that makes people face many obstacles in choosing suitable plant varieties for development. home economics. In addition, the acerola tree is easy to grow without being fussy about care, the planting technique is not difficult, the yield is high and the fruit is regular. Mr. Nguyen Van Hoa, Ba Lanh hamlet, Tan Dong commune (Go Cong Dong district, Tien Giang province) after many years of growing acerola trees shared, thanks to the suitable local ecological and soil ...
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