Article (en-gb)

Lorem ipsum ad his scripta blandit partiendo, eum fastidii accumsan euripidis in, eum liber hendrerit an. Qui ut wisi vocibus suscipiantur, quo dicit ridens inciderint id. Quo mundi lobortis reformidans eu, legimus senseritdefiniebas an eos. Eu sit tincidunt incorrupte definitionem, vis mutat affert percipit cu, eirmod consectetuer signiferumque eu per. In usu latineequidem dolores. Quo no falli viris intellegam, ut fugit veritus placeratper. Ius id vidit volumus mandamus, vide veritus democritum te nec, ei eosdebet libris consulatu.

Vietnam becomes second largest exporter of lychees

Vietnam has become the second largest exporter of lychees, accounting for 19 percent of the global market share. (Photo: nongnghiep.vn) Vietnam has become the second largest exporter of lychees in the world, accounting for 19 percent of the global market share, according to the International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS). The world's largest exporter was Madagascar, accounting for 35 percent of the global exports despite a low area of plantations, said Sisir Kumar Mitra, an ISHS representative at the sixth international conference on longan and lychee in Hanoi late last week. Following was China with 18 percent, Thailand with 10 percent and South. Detail

China tightens import standards for Vietnamese fruits

China now requires Vietnam to provide stamps of origin, area code and phytosanitary certificates for fruits that it exports. Hung, a farmer who owns 3 hectares of VietGAP (Vietnamese Good Agricultural Practices) certified durian in central highlands province of Lam Dong, said that two years ago, traders had to compete to get his fruits for export to China. However, in the last two months, traders have been insisting on certification of origin for the fruits. "Because of China's new import restrictions, I have to join a co-operative to get my fruit stamped. I will get this done by early June," Hung said. Lai The. Detail

Vietnam farmers enjoy lychee export price surge

Vietnam expected to export around 70,000 tons of lychees to China in 2019. Photo by VnExpress/Ngoc Thanh. The prices of lychee Vietnam exported to China have doubled over last year on the back of a poor harvest in the neighboring country. Officials of Bac Giang Province’s Department of Industry and Trade said lychees were being sold to Chinese traders for VND30,000-60,000 ($1.3-2.6) per kilo for several weeks now. Lychee prices have been stable this season, occasionally peaking at VND70,000 ($3), several times that of last year, they added. "Prices range from VND25,000-50,000 ($1.1-$2.1) per kilo, depending on variety and quality, but can even go. Detail

OTHERS

SCIENCE NEWS

Video-clip library

Invest in modern flower growing technology Invest in modern flower growing technology

Invest in modern flower growing technology

Differentiate orange, crispy crispy, melon Vietnam and China Differentiate orange, crispy crispy, melon Vietnam and China

Differentiate orange, crispy crispy, melon Vietnam and China

Applying Korean science and technology in agricultural production in Vietnam Applying Korean science and technology in agricultural production in Vietnam

Applying Korean science and technology in agricultural production in Vietnam

Fruit and vegetable research institute
Address: Trau Quy-Gia Lam-Ha Noi
Tel: 84 - 024.38276254 - Fax: 84 - 024.38276148
Email : info@favri.org.vn Website : http://favri.org.vn

Top