Central Highlands locality promotes hi-tech agriculture production for exports

Thursday, 17/11/2022 15:45
The Central Highlands province of Lam Dong is one of the leading localities in applying technology to vegetable and flower production.

Out of about 300,000 hectares of agricultural land, over 60,000 hectares are cultivated using high technology, including those certified with Vietnamese Good Agricultural Practices (VietGAP) and Global Good Agricultural Practices (GlobalGAP).

Currently, Lam Dong agricultural products are exported to more than 40 countries around the world, including traditional markets in Northeast Asia, Europe and North America.

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Thanks to the application of modern production methods, many gardens have generated revenue of over USD1 billion per ha per year. Lam Dong's agricultural products have a strong foothold in the domestic and international markets. 
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Vegetables are sown in substrates, minimizing wear and tear right from the input stage. 
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Cucumber garden cared automatically 
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Internet of Things (IoT) technology is applied in strawberry production. Accordingly, the substrates are installed with a sensor system to monitor temperature, humidity and other factors. 
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In fertile basalt red soil fields, mechanization has been widely applied.
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Strawberries can be harvested all year round.
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 Sweet potatoes are preliminarily processed and packaged for export to the high standard Japanese market.

BTA (Photos: SGGP)

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