Five coffee nurseries in the Central Highlands of Dak Nong have been enabled to join World Bank-funded VnSAT (Vietnam – Sustainable Agriculture Transformation) project that aims to provide high-quality saplings for coffee re-plantation in the locality.
Netherlands’ Consulate General in HCM City on March 20 organised a talk to share the European country’s experience in developing sustainable agriculture in the context of climate change.
US Ambassador to Vietnam Ted Osius shares his thoughts about the upcoming Lunar New Year in this piece written exclusively for Tuoi Tre News.
Local and foreign investors are welcoming the government’s landmark move to eliminate agricultural policy-related obstacles in a bid to attract more investment in the agricultural sector.
VOV.VN - An international conference entitled “Developing sustainable agriculture in ASEAN integration” was held in Hanoi on September 15-16 aiming to improve the quality of agricultural products, ensuring farmers’ interests, and sustainably developing agriculture.
VOV.VN - Making sustainable agriculture profitable is the subject matter of a seminar presented by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) on September 15-16 that has convened in Hanoi.
The People’s Committee of Long An province on March 29 launched the Vietnam Sustainable Agriculture Transformation (VnSAT) project in the Mekong Delta locality.
The Vietnam Sustainable Agriculture Transformation (VnSAT) project was launched in the Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang on February 24.
VOV.VN - Agriculture is poised to drive a new era of economic growth for Vietnam, if the nation focuses on revolutionizing how smallholder farms are operated and implements needed institutional reforms, say experts.
The Prime Minister has approved the Sustainable Agriculture Transformation Project funded by the World Bank (WB).