Nguyen Xuan Dai, the director of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in Hanoi, declared at a working session with the administration of Me Linh District on Thursday that agricultural production must be prioritized. During the meeting, Dai highlighted the importance of improving agricultural production and the need to find the best solutions for the challenges that the district is facing. He also emphasized that all stakeholders must work together to ensure successful agricultural production.

The department will collaborate with Me Linh District to expand high-quality, organic rice fields, invest in machinery and equipment to facilitate post-harvest processing and preservation of agro products, he announced.

At the meeting, the outlying district proposed that the municipal People’s Committee should seek approval from other ministries and agencies to implement a project to upgrade the left embankment of the Red River section that runs through the district. With this in mind, they sought to enhance the safety and sustainability of the region.

The district proposed that the municipal administration devise policies and mechanisms to foster the development of projects that integrate agricultural production, ecotourism, and experience tourism.

Wrapping up the working session, Dai declared that Me Linh is the largest producer of flowers and vegetables in Hanoi, with its agricultural production value steadily increasing.

The district must formulate its directions for agricultural growth during the urbanization period, and extend its flower and vegetable farming areas, he noted.

Agricultural production land covers an area of approximately 8,100 hectares in Me Linh.

Some agro projects in the district have proved to be highly profitable, such as the production of Japonica organic rice or a project combining organic rice production with experiential tourism in Tam Dong Commune. These initiatives have had a positive economic impact on the region, encouraging more people to invest in agricultural activities. Moreover, the organic rice production has enabled farmers to improve their yields while providing a healthier product to consumers. Additionally, the experience tourism project has provided people with a unique opportunity to learn about the local culture and understand the importance of sustainable farming practices. All in all, these projects have had a positive and lasting effect on the district, and will continue to benefit the community for years to come.

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The Me Linh Flower Festival in Hanoi will be held each year in November, following the huge success of last year’s event, which saw tens of thousands of people attend, according to a local official.

Nguyen Xuan Dai, director of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in Hanoi, declared at a working session with the leadership of Me Linh District on Thursday to discuss agricultural production.

The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development will collaborate with Me Linh District to expand high-quality, organic rice fields, invest in machinery and equipment to facilitate post-harvest processing and preservation of agro products, the official stated.

At an earlier meeting, the outlying district proposed that the municipal People’s Committee seek approval from other ministries and agencies to implement a project to upgrade the left embankment of the Red River section running through the district.

The district urged the municipal administration to devise policies and mechanisms for the creation of projects that integrate agricultural production, ecotourism, and experience tourism.

Wrapping up the working session, Dai said that Me Linh is the largest producer of flowers and vegetables in Hanoi, boasting an ever-increasing agricultural production value.

The district needs to develop comprehensive orientations for agricultural development during the urbanization period, and expand flower and vegetable farming areas to meet the growing demand for fresh produce, he added.

Me Linh is a district in Vietnam.

Agricultural production land in Me Linh, Vietnam, covers an impressive 8,100 hectares. This makes it one of the largest areas of agricultural production in the country.

Some agro projects in the district have proven to be economically beneficial, such as the production of Japonica organic rice or a project combining organic rice production with experience tourism in Tam Dong Commune. This has had a positive impact on the local economy, creating jobs and increasing the income of local residents. Moreover, these projects have also helped to promote environmental protection, as they promote sustainable farming methods that are better for the environment. In addition, they have also provided an opportunity for tourists to explore the local culture and natural beauty of the area. Ultimately, these projects have had a positive effect on the district and its inhabitants.

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