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Binh Phuoc farmers suddenly made profit by planting ginseng and scorpion turmeric in Vietnam

Updated Aug 1, 2022
When it comes to horticulture, people often think of industrial crops and food and food. However, the Agricultural Cooperative (Cooperative) of Red Cashew Fruit in Long Hung Commune, Phu Rieng District, Binh Phuoc Province (specializing in cashew cultivation and seed production) has been choosing more directions with medicinal plants such as ginseng. onion and scorpion turmeric. Although these are two new crops, this is considered a reasonable and promising direction for cooperatives and farmers in Long Hung commune.
After a period of research and study in many places, in early 2021, the Agricultural Cooperative of Red Cashew Fruit in Long Hung Commune decided to grow two more medicinal plants, namely ginseng and scorpion turmeric. In order to have land for planting in large quantities, the cooperative contacted Long Hung Rubber Farm to borrow land for intercropping in the rubber garden during the basic construction period. Currently, the cooperative has about 30 hectares of ginseng and 40 hectares of scorpion turmeric intercropped. Mr. Bui Duy Bach, a member of the cooperative shared: "Ginseng and scorpion turmeric are medicinal plants that are easy to grow and take care of. To ensure good germination and growth rate, it should be planted in the rainy season. From planting to harvest, just clean the grass and apply manure twice to ensure that the plants have enough nutrients to grow and develop well. Mr. Bach added that if there is land for specialized cultivation, it will give a higher ...
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