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Increasing the reach of Phu Tho’s agricultural goods

Developing agricultural output in the direction of products connected with the construction of new rural regions is both a critical urgent job and a long-term plan centered on leadership and implementation by the provincial Party Committee and local authorities. The pursuit of comprehensive and long-term agricultural and rural development. Thus, maximizing each locality’s potential and advantages, promoting the application of scientific and technological advances, digital transformation, linking production with consumption and the market, contributing to improving production value agriculture, and bringing Phu Tho’s agricultural products further and further.

Increasing the reach of Phu Thos agricultural goods

Doan Hung district has established 55 large-scale concentrated tea production zones totaling 1,280 hectares in the communes of Bang Doan, Phuc Lai, Phu Lam, Tay Coc, Ca Dinh and Phu Ben Tea Company.

In commodity-oriented agricultural production regions, the output for the product is the most essential factor determining the value and market position of agricultural goods. As a result, implementing digital transformation and applying modern technology associated with e-commerce has become an unavoidable trend in agricultural product production and consumption, contributing to changing production thinking and methods, improving productivity, and product quality.

To implement digital transformation, the Provincial Agricultural Extension Center built a multi-platform software system to serve agricultural production units in the province, as well as a website: http://phutho.idfood.net/ and an application “Agritech - Digital Agriculture Chain” for mobile devices. All functionalities are represented with symbols and graphics, making them accessible to everyone. The farming, forestry, livestock, fisheries, and agricultural and forestry product processing modules have been fully integrated into the software and applications. There are enough management tools, statistics, and application forms in each subsystem to enable certification (VietGAP, organic, FSC, food hygiene and safety, and so on) and related administrative procedures in each discipline.

Increasing the reach of Phu Thos agricultural goods

Increasing the reach of Phu Thos agricultural goods

Da Hen Tea Production and Processing Cooperative, Dong Luong commune, Cam Khe district, received four-star OCOP accreditation at the provincial level in 2021. The cooperative was chosen to participate in the province’s agricultural digital transformation initiative at the time. Mr. Nguyen Van Thanh, Director of the Cooperative, stated, “With the rapid advancement of information technology today, we recognize that if we only consume products through traditional sales channels, it is extremely difficult to expand the market” bringing products far beyond your province. As a result, the cooperative resolved to undergo digital transformation in order to develop a sustainable brand. We have received attention and assistance in creating the brand; create scan codes and QR codes to retrieve information and product origin utilizing applications and technologies. To make it more easy for clients, the cooperative also supports payment using online platforms, e-wallets, digital banking (Internet banking), mobile money, and so on. Record keeping has been more convenient and secure as a result of the application of information technology, which has reduced paperwork, time, and human resources while boosting product transparency.

Increasing the reach of Phu Thos agricultural goods

The Professional Farmers' Association’s large-scale livestock approach of growing cows in Ngo Xa commune, Cam Khe district, provides excellent economic efficiency and contributes to poverty alleviation in Catholic regions.

Localities in the province have also executed plans to establish high-tech agricultural production regions, first developing centralized agricultural production models central, based on the cooperative model of Da Hen Tea production and processing. However, issuing planting area codes would develop reputation for each product when sold overseas, creating “leverage” to promote Phu Tho agricultural products to the regional market alongside digital change. So far, the province-wide planting area codes for major crops have been provided. There are 24 growing area codes for grapefruit trees alone, 18 of which ensure export criteria to the Russian Federation and the United States, while the remainder are for internal use. To provide export to the market, the province has 13 growing regions that have been issued codes, including nine concentrated growing area codes in districts: Lam Thao, Ha Hoa, Cam Khe, and Tam Nong. China’s EU school. Level two is the growth area code for tea plants for home use, with roughly 140 hectares in Thanh Ba district and Phu Tho town.

The Agriculture sector’s efforts, the active engagement of local governments, and the intelligence in innovative agricultural production ideas of subjects and individuals have all actively contributed to strengthening the position and value of Dat To agricultural goods. In particular, digital transformation has become a tool for rigorous supervision of production processes, transparency of product information, creating customer confidence, linking commerce, enhancing added value, producer income, and encouraging sustainable growth of the province’s agricultural.

Hong Nhung


Hong Nhung

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