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Harvest winter crops in Vietnam

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Nov 30, 2021
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Winter crop for high economic efficiency This year's winter crop in the whole province planted 8,538/7,680 hectares of maize, exceeding 11.2% and 3,889.4/4,655 hectares of vegetables of all kinds, equaling 83.6% of the plan. In some districts such as Son Duong, Chiem Hoa, Lam Binh, the winter crop is always identified as the main production crop along with two rice crops. Therefore, it is very important to plan the production area, build the crop structure, and the seed structure, which is linked to all three crops.
Winter crop for high economic efficiency This year's winter crop, the whole province planted 8,538/7,680 hectares of maize, exceeding 11.2% and 3,889.4/4,655 hectares of vegetables of all kinds, equaling 83.6% of the plan. In some districts such as Son Duong, Chiem Hoa, Lam Binh, the winter crop is always identified as the main production crop along with two rice crops. Therefore, it is very important to plan the production area, build the crop structure, and the seed structure, which is linked to all three crops. The goal is to ensure timely land release for the spring crop as planned, so at this time, people are focusing on harvesting early winter crops such as cucumbers, tomatoes, vegetables, cabbage, and the rest. cold-loving vegetables such as kohlrabi, cauliflower, sweet potato, potato, people are focusing on caring for and harvesting at the beginning of the 12th lunar month, freeing up land, sowing seeds for spring crop production. In the field of Tu The village, Dai Phu ...
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