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A fruit garden at the foot of Bat Mountain

TQO - From the diligence, creativity, and sustainable development selection, Hoang Thi Loan's family in Hamlet 61, Yen Phu Commune, Ham Yen District turned the abandoned garden at the foot of Bat Mountain into a rich fruit garden, earning a profit of VND800 million per year.

According to Loan, the entire orchard is planted and cared under the VietGAP standards, which has brought many benefits.

Loan (in the middle) actively shares her experiences with people both inside and outside the commune on how to plant and take care of fruit trees with high economic efficiency.

Loan's house is located in the middle of an orchard with a total area of 3.5 hectares.

Loan uses plastic bottles as traps to kill yellow flies, reducing the use of pesticides and improving product quality.

Loan said that thanks to VietGAP-oriented care, her family's fruit trees generate stable yields.

The fish pond is nearly 400 m2 wide, helping Loan to take the initiative in watering her orchards and contributing her to earning several tens of millions of dong per year from raising fish, raising ducks and geese.

Loan harvests lemons to sell.

The concrete road was opened to the production area, facilitating the circulation of goods.

Ly Thinh

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