Vietnamese vegetables grown according to Japanese standards are ready to go to the Tet market

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Published Jan 27, 2024

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The Ngam Mac Village Agricultural Service Cooperative in Bac Ninh, Vietnam, has successfully implemented a safe vegetable production model, producing 210 tons/year and plans to join a project by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in 2023. The Bach Dang Cooperative in Hai Duong grows red flesh dragon fruit and other plants to VietGAP and GlobalGAP standards, earning a 3-star OCOP product certification. The article underscores the importance of market focus, sustainable production, and product responsibility for farmers, and the need for ongoing training. It also highlights plans to expand safe production cooperatives, emphasizing collective production, sales, brand building, and shared responsibility as key to sustainable production.
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Growing vegetables according to Japanese standards At the VietGAP vegetable growing model in Lang Ngam commune, Gia Binh district (Bac Ninh), Mr. Phan Duy Phuong - Director of Ngam Mac Village Agricultural Service Cooperative said that by linking with farmers, the cooperative has put into cultivation many new valuable varieties such as cabbage, chili, turmeric, radish... and signed contracts with businesses to purchase products for members and affiliated households at stable prices. "The cooperative has successfully built a safe vegetable production model following the VietGAP direction with a scale of 30 hectares, an output of 210 tons/year. Over 80% of the area has been committed by the enterprise to purchase and supply to supermarkets in Hanoi City has 10-20% higher prices, so farmers are even more determined to produce in a safe way" - Mr. Phuong shared. Mr. Phuong said that in 2023, the cooperative will be able to participate in the Project of Strengthening the Safe Crop ...
Source: Danviet
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