(HBO) – On these days, grapefruit growers throughout the Muong Bi region begin entering a new harvest season. Thanks to the active application of scientific and technological advances, proper care and favourable weather, the quality of grapefruit is increasingly improved. This year, local growers have taken advantage of social networks and online sales methods to actively find markets, with hope for a good harvest and stable prices.
Farmer in Dong Lai commune (Tan Lac) harvests
red-flesh grapefruit at the beginning of the season.
As the harvest season comes, the Tan Dong organic grapefruit
growing and service cooperative promote its role in connecting, finding
markets, and ensuring product sales for its members.
Tran Hong Nang, director of the cooperative said after the
COVID-19 pandemic, cooperative members have been more proactive and responsive
in coordinating and uniting to find markets and make most of online sales
channels on zalo and facebook social network platforms, and e-commerce trading
platforms to reach more potential customers. They have also been equipped with
knowledge and legal regulations on the production and business of safe
agricultural products and food; and guided with experience on production and
business models and processes and linkages to produce and consume safe
agricultural products and food.
Grapefruits of cooperative members are all grown in
accordance with VietGAP standards, he said, adding that the fruit is also a
provincial 3-star OCOP (one commune-one product) product, with a traceability
stamp and contained in a box printed with full information, the address of the
place of production. Therefore, this fruit is chosen by many customers, traders
and clean agricultural product shops in big cities such as Hanoi and Ho Chi
Minh City, when the harvest season comes.
Tan Lac district currently has over 1,500 hectares of citrus
trees, including over 1,100 hectares of grapefruits of all kinds grown in most
communes and towns. Bui Van Hien, head of district Department of Agriculture
and Rural Development, said that over the years, grapefruit trees have affirmed
their value, contributing to the socio-economic development of the district.
The district has many areas certified with VietGAP. To enhance the value and
preserve the local grapefruit brand, the district continues to effectively
implement brand management, maintain the supply of traceability stamps, use
packaging for units and cooperatives that meet standards./.
(HB) – Kim Boi district of the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh has proposed three strategic breakthroughs, namely developing harmonious infrastructure; enhancing human resource; promoting administrative reform in the locality during the 2020-2025 tenure.
(HBO) - Over the past years, ethnic groups in Hoa Binh province have constantly united and contributed to the province’s socio-economic development which changed its rural areas' look and consolidated the great national solidarity.
(HBO) – The northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh has determined digital transformation as an indispensable requirement for sustainable development, and issued a series of resolutions and decisions on digital transformation for the 2022-2025 period with vision to 2030.
(HBO) - There is only 2 weeks left to Lunar New Year, 2023. The government and the appropriate authorities are actively implementing the plans to serve the local people to enjoy the spring and celebrate Tet holidays. The roads, the residential areas and the public areas in Hoa Binh city are brightly decorated with flowers, flags, banners, slogans, flower beds and ornamental plants. All the work is speeded up to serve the people to welcome a joyful and warm spring.
(HBO) – Over the years, Da Bac district has focused on mobilising investment resources for the development of rural infrastructure system, including transport, irrigation and school systems. However, the locality has still faced many difficulties in standardising all infrastructure works.
(HBO) - Following the direction of the provincial People's Committee, Yen Thuy district has been implementing administrative reforms, in order to better accompany and support businesses and people. The district is recognised as the leading locality in Hoa Binh province in improving the business environment. It ranked second in terms of administrative governance quality in the province.