Bac Giang grants GlobalGAP certificate to 40 hectares of lychee
Update: 15:46 |
(BGO) – The Plant Production and
Protection Division (under the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development)
has proceeded the steps to grant the GlobalGAP certificate to 40 hectares of
lychee in the communes of Quy Son, Tan Son, Nam Duong (Luc Ngan district) and
Phuc Hoa (Tan Yen district, Bac Giang province).
Currently, the professional officers are training and guiding the farmers how to care for the trees, prevent the worm and disease as well as make cultivation record.
Luc Ngan lychee in harvest season.
Previously, the competent agencies took the samples of the local soil and water at these areas for analysis which proved for qualification.
As schedule, the certificate will be granted before the upcoming harvest time, helping facilitate to export the fruits to demanding markets.
Joining the model, the orchard owners were provided with all the expenses relating to certificate issuance from the provincial budget and technical instruction.
Tan Yen expands lychee areas grown under VietGAP standard
(BGO) – To enhance
the lychee quality, Phuc Hoa commune in Tan Yen district, Bac Giang province
has recently coordinated with the Division of Agriculture and Rural
Development, district Center of Farming Technical Service to organize training
course and deliver the technology to the local farmers.
Bac Giang follows lychee production procedure for export
(BGO) – Together with rice cultivation for spring
crop, the farmers in Luc Ngan district, Bac Giang province have recently
focused on caring for the lychee orchards to ensure the standard for domestic
consumption and export to demanding markets.
Bac Giang actively prepares conditions for exporting lychees to Japan
- On December 15, 2019,
of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries officially opened the door for
to be exported directly to Japan. The information is a joy for lychee growers in Bac Giang, which
largest concentrated lychee production
area in the country. Reporters of Bac Giang Newspaper
an interview with Duong Thanh Tung,
Director of the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, about