(HBO) - In the period from 2016 up to now, Huu Loi commune (Yen Thuy district) has expanded over 80 hectares of citrus fruit trees and have harvested about 5.6 hectares. Thereby they can improve their income step by step, improving the living quality of the local people, contributing to promoting local socio-economic development.
As a pioneer in planting citrus trees, Mr.
Hoang Anh Viet (right) 's family in Yen Loi village, Huu Loi commune (Yen Thuy)
earned about 700 million VND each year.
. The area of citrus trees in the commune is
mainly Dien grapefruit (70 hectares), oranges (7.6 hectares) being concentrated
in the villages of Vo, Roc and Dap. We visited the garden of Mr. Hoang Anh
Viet, Yen Loi village, the pioneer farmer of planting grapefruit from 2005 in the commune. Through
the knowledge, before planting citrus, he has grown apples, longans, leeches,
etc. but there was no good results. Recognizing that some households in Ngoc
Luong commune planted grapefruit effectively, Mr. Viet boldly planted 120 roots
on an area of about 5,000 m2. Thanks to the positive learning, research and
application of science and technology into the process of fertilization, the
pomelo garden of his family has developed well, earning the annual income of
200-300 million VND. From 2010 to now, Mr. Viet’s family has expanded the area
to 12 hectares with about 6,000 Dien pomelo trees.
At present, Huu Loi Commune in collaboration
with Social Policy Bank, the District Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development
created conditions for households to borrow capital for economic development
with a total debt of 26.1 billion VND. In which, many of these households used
this capital to invest in the development and expansion of citrus gardens. In
addition, the Commune Community Learning Center regularly cooperates with the
District Station of Agricultural and Forestry Encouragement to organize
training sessions and transfer the applied science and technology into citrus
Mr. Quach Van Ngot, the Chairman of People's
Committee of Huu Loi Commune, said: "Thanks to the efficient development
of the citrus sector, the per capita income of the whole commune has reached 18
million VND / year, increasing by 4 million VND as compared to 2015. In the
coming time, the commune authorities will encourage households to continue to
improve their mixed orchards and to expand citrus fruit production areas, thus
creating links with traders in Hanoi, Ninh Binh, Nam Dinh, Thanh Hoa, etc. to
(HBO) – With 10 projects and 36 subprojects, Hoa Binh's project on socio-economic development in ethnic and mountainous areas programme for 2021-2025 has significantly contributed to boosting economic growth, helping reduce poverty sustainably among ethnic people in the province.
(HBO) – The Thai Binh Tourism Co. Ltd, an affiliate of Pacific Group, held a ceremony in Phu Nghia commune, Lac Thuy district, Hoa Binh province, to start the construction of works in Hoa Binh section of the Huong Binh cable line project.
(HBO) - On May 26, Mr. Quach Tat Liem, the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee and the leaders from a number of departments and branches worked with the delegation of European Union in Vietnam, led by Mr. Mario Ronconi, the Director General in charge of South Asia - Southeast Asia at the Asia - Pacific - Middle East Department under the General Department of International Partnership as the head of the delegation, to introduce and discuss the potentials and strengths of the locality as well as the cooperation opportunities between Hoa Binh and European Union.
(HBO) - The Department of Economic Cooperation and Rural Development under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Hoa Binh province’s Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, the People's Committees of Lac Son and Yen Thuy districts, and Fusa Organic Agriculture joint Stock Company on May 20 signed a strategic cooperation agreement on implementing a pilot project to build a material area of agricultural and forestry products that meet standards for domestic consumption and export in Hoa Binh province in the 2022 – 2025 period.
(HBO) - In recent years, farmers in Ngo Luong commune, Tan Lac district, have focused on raising animals native to the land, hence the formation of products imbued with the local identity, serving the future growth of tourism.
(HBO) – Over the years, the Hoa Binh Cooperative Alliance have rolled out various measures to support local cooperatives to develop farm produce production and selling chains, thus promoting the economic transition process, creating jobs and improving income for local farmers.