Bac Giang to receive five more lychee growing area codes for Japanese market

Update: 17:53 | 03/12/2021

(BGO) – Bac Giang province plans to cultivate about 28,000 ha of lychee with estimated productivity of 160,000 tonnes of fruits in 2022, including over 6,750 ha of early ripening lychee and 21,250 ha of main season fruit, reported the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (Department).

Safe lychee will be produced under VietGAP standard in 15,400 ha with total output of 113,000 tonnes. GlobalGAP lychees are maintained in available 82 ha and new 20 ha (under procedure to gain new certification), making total area up to 102 ha with expected quantity of 1,000 tonnes.

Bac Giang province, five more, lychee growing area codes, Japanese market, estimated productivity, early ripening lychee, main season fruit, VietGAP standard, GlobalGAP lychees

The lychee growing area in Phuc Hoa commune, Tan Yen district.

The Department will build two organic lychee production models with scale of 20 ha in Tan Yen and Luc Ngan districts (ten ha per district); digitalize 43 centralized lychee growing areas with total area of 430 ha in the districts of Luc Ngan, Tan Yen and Luc Nam.

Besides, the Department starts to implement the model to spray pesticides to 200 ha by drone, supports to construct three preliminary houses and stores to serve domestic consumption and export.

Apart from maintaining 149 lychee growing area codes (GAC) to export to China and 18 GAC to export to the US, Australia and EU, the Department reviewed to grant more five GAC in 50 ha to increase total GAC in 2022 up to 35 codes covering 269.45 ha with about 2,000 tonnes of fruits for Japanese market.

The province operates one steaming for sterilization and package facility in Bac Giang while linking to three more facilities outside the province to meet the demand of exporting lychee to Japan.

 

Dai La
Vice Chairman of provincial People’s Committee Phan The Tuan: Lychee crop 2021 – Opportunities from difficulties
(BGO)- The lychee crop has basically ended now. Amid numerous difficulties due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic, with the attention of the Government, ministries, central agencies and localities, Bac Giang province has made efforts to have a sweet lychee crop. Bac Giang Newspaper interviewed Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Phan The Tuan on this issue.
 
Vietnamese lychee reach UK consumers
The last fruit in a two-tonne batch of lychee which TT Meridian Ltd imported for the first time officially under the UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA) were distributed to supermarkets and customers in the UK on the evening of June 30 (UK time).
 
Luc Ngan ends lychee season earlier with smooth consumption
(BGO) – In spite of the complicated development of Covid-19 pandemic, the Luc Ngan district (Bac Giang province) still enjoyed a smooth lychee consumption and export. 
 
2021 lychee season gains success in hard time
(BGO) – Covid-19 pandemic made 2021 lychee season the hardest crop ever in the northern province of Bac Giang. Amid the disease complicated development, the province has renovated implementation methods and  so far consumed nearly 90 percent of the products, which is a key milestone to affirm the correctness of the provincial instruction to achieve a successful lychee season in the hardship. 
 
Vietnamese lychees impress Belgian consumers
The first batch of fresh Vietnamese lychees grown in Thanh Ha district, Hai Duong province was put on the shelves at the Carrefour supermarket in Belgium on June 23 and has received positive feedback from local consumers.
 
 
Bình luận mới vừa được thêm vào. Click để xem
Mới nhấtHay nhấtXếp theo: