Ninh Thuan looks towards sustainable grape production
In the years to come, grapes will continue to be considered a key crop in the central province of Ninh Thuan.
There are currently 1,260 hectares of grape plantation in the province, including 1,220 hectares for fruits and 60 hectares for grape wine production, producing 30,000 tons of grapes and 230,000 litres of wine each year.
To make grape production more sustainable, perse solutions are being carried out in the province, with an attempt to develop the grape area to 2,500 hectares and productivity to 60,000 tons per year by 2020.
An agent buying grapes from farmers in Phuoc Thuan commune, Ninh Phuoc district
Each day, the agent buys over 10 tons of grape to sell for wine companies in Da Lat city, Lam Dong province.
Grapes are inspected in a farm in Phuoc Thuan commune.
Grape inspection follows technical and hygienic standards.
A grape field in Phuoc Thuan commune
Tran Thi Kim cares for her grapes.
Nguyen Van Moi looks after his grape crop.
Compiled by VNF ( Photo: VNA )