Project Support for developing model of growing safe vegetable to improve income contributing on poverty reduction for poor ethnic minority households at Tan Nguyen commune, Yen Binh district, Yen Bai province.

Monday - 20/08/2018 09:52
The project introduction workshop was organized with participation of 40 people who are members of Project Management Board and beneficiaries.
100% of participants attended the workshop right as requirement. At the workshop, the participant heard the project summary, work plan and operational regulations were approved.
Director of SUDECOM Center is giving speech
at the project introduction workshop
Communal Party Committee Secretary is giving speech
and entrust Commune Project Management Board to
implement the project at the project introduction workshop
 Organizing 2 training courses on techniques of safe vegetable cultivation, and pest and disease control for 40 farmers.

The project organized 2 training courses on techniques of safe vegetable cultivation, and pest and disease control for 40 households‘ representatives who received the project model. 30 households registered to implement the model of safe vegetable cultivation and 10 households to learn to follow. Participants have improved their knowledge and skills in planting and pest control.
Training methods: modeling, guiding practice is the main, and learner-centered, using visual aids such as seeds of water spinach, pot-herbs, malabar nightshade, Chinese pea; fertilizers to guide the planting practice.
After having been trained, 90% of the representatives of households have a thorough grasp of the knowledge and techniques of cultivation, care and prevention of diseases for vegetables; 85% of benefited households have applied the correct process and techniques.

Lecturers are instructing farmers how to make land, vegetable beds,
fertilize and seed vegetables in Trai Phung village, Tan Nguyen commune.
Lecturer is teaching techniques of vegetable cultivation
for farmers in Khe Hum village, Tan Nguyen commune.
    Supports vegetable seeds, bio-fertilizers, bio-pesticides, sprayers and arrosoirs:

The project has delivered vegetable seeds to produce vegetables for farmers in summer-autumn crop, including: spinach, red jute vegetable, malabar nightshade, cowpea, heat cucumber.

The project has also provided various types of fertilizers: micro-organism, protein, phosphorus, potassium, bio-spray irrigation leaf to ensure the quantity and quality required by the project.
The project provided 30 sprayers to spray plant protection products and 30 arrosoirs to water the plant for 30 households participating in the project.


Project staff are delivering seeds and fertilizers to farmers to
implement the vegetable model in the two project villages
Project staff are distributing and guiding the use of sprayers.


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