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Recommendations for cold prevention for winter crops in highlands of Vietnam

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Vegetables
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Published Dec 2, 2023

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Lao Cai province is expected to produce over 4,300 hectares of various crops in the winter crop of 2023. The province has already planted more than 2,500 hectares, reaching nearly 60% of the plan. There are predicted to be 1-2 severe cold spells in the winter-spring season, with the most concentrated cold spells occurring in December 2023 and January 2024. The People's Committee of Lao Cai province has issued guidelines for preventing damage to the crops, including harvesting vegetables when severe cold occurs and using watering measures to prevent leaf damage.
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In the winter crop of 2023, Lao Cai province is expected to produce over 4,300 hectares, including vegetables and beans of all kinds; corn kernels, sweet corn; sweet potatoes, potatoes; flower plants... Up to now, the whole province has planted more than 2,500 hectares, reaching nearly 60% of the plan and 100% over the same period. It is forecasted that in the winter-spring season of 2023 - 2024, the lowlands of Lao Cai province will have about 1 - 2 severe cold spells, lasting 2 days or more; In highland areas, it is possible that severe and damaging cold will not appear until the end of November. The cold spells are concentrated in December 2023 and January 2024. By February, there will only be severe, harmful cold for a few days. Based on weather forecasts, the People's Committee of Lao Cai province has requested agencies, units and localities to closely follow the content of guiding documents of the Central Government, the Provincial Party Committee and the Provincial People's ...
Source: Agriculture
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