Agricultural production enterprises applying digital technology in Vietnam have only reached 3.8%, why is that?

Market & Price Trends
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 12, 2024

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On April 11, 2024, in Da Lat, Lam Dong province, the first Urban Agricultural Extension Workshop was held, focusing on 'Application of digital transformation in production and processing, consuming organic agricultural products'. Organized by the National Agricultural Extension Center and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Lam Dong province, the event addressed the challenges of urban agriculture and the critical need for digital transformation in Vietnam's agricultural sector, which currently sees a low application rate of 3.8%. The workshop showcased Lam Dong's advancements in integrating technologies like IoT and smart GIS in agriculture, contributing to revenue growth from high-tech and organic farming. Despite these achievements, challenges such as limited business participation in digital transformation and a shortage of specialized human resources were noted. Future policies will aim to promote smart agriculture 4.0, support IoT in farm management, and improve training for high-quality human resources. Mr. Le Minh Linh, Deputy Director of the National Agricultural Extension Center, highlighted the reception of five reports and significant opinions on digital transformation, indicating a positive outlook for the integration of these technologies in agricultural extension activities.
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On the morning of April 11, in City. Da Lat (Lam Dong province) The National Agricultural Extension Center coordinated with the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Lam Dong province to organize the first Urban Agricultural Extension Workshop in 2024 with the theme "Application of digital transformation in production and processing." , consuming organic agricultural products". At the workshop, Mr. Do Minh Phuong - Center for Digital Transformation and Agricultural Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, currently, the rapid urbanization process globally has created a need to promote agricultural development. in urban areas to ensure food security and provide enough food sources for urban residents. However, agricultural development in urban areas always faces many limitations such as lack of arable land, environmental pollution due to emissions, domestic wastewater, traffic... production conditions in urban areas. Far different from traditional ...
Source: Danviet
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