Protected cropping provides vegetable growers with an opportunity to enhance product
quality and improve food safety. The overall objective of this project was to provide
Vietnamese scientists and extension specialists with the training and tools to implement
and foster regionally feasible improvements to current vegetable production practices and
supply chains. This was achieved through: 1) greenhouse replicated experiments and
demonstration trials in Northern, Central and Southern Vietnam; 2) four in-country
workshops and 3) two Australian study tours for research and extension personnel.
The objective of this program is to improve Vietnam’s capacity for teaching and conducting research in modern horticultural crop production with a particular focus on vegetables. This should enhance the ability of Vietnam to promote rural development in these industries and improve the efficiency of and quality of vegetable production. The project aims to achieve this by:
This paper reviews results from recent clinical research and current students of planting Acacia in Vietnam. The practice review including site preparation, vegetation control, stocking application, fertilizer, pruning and thin. The review found that the growth of colloidal answer for all practical sivilcultural some degree, but the different effects depending on the species and the environment.
Mounding grew better than A. crassicarpa and A. auriculiformis in the central coastal area flooding is common during the rainy season. Mounding the most suitable size of 0.
Fresh fruit and vegetables have become a major part of Vietnam’s crop production, and have the potential to provide major export revenue. To enable Vietnam to exploit these markets and meet the stringent quality standards required, much greater attention needs to be placed on better postharvest handling, safety and packaging of fresh produce.
The fruit industry in Vietnam has a great potential and plays an important role in
agricultural production. In 2003, Vietnam exported US$43 million of high value fruit to
high-income countries and imported US$14 million of fruit and vegetables. Vietnam is
experiencing difficulties in competing with other Asian nations in export markets and its
own domestic market, especially with China and Thailand. This suggests that Vietnam’s
horticultural industries require substantial development to be globally competitive.
Vietnamese consumers are demanding safer and higher quality fruit.