If you are a nature lover, you cannot miss the time from late December to March next year to go to Don Duong to behold beautiful and heavy yellow clusters of ripe mandarin oranges in the harvest season.
The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Lam Dong Province this morning organized a ceremony to officially export first batch of local durian to China following the signing of the protocol between the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the General Administration of Customs of China. The ceremony was taken place in Bao Lam District, Lam Dong Province on September 21.
The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Lam Dong Province has just proposed the exploitation of a 154-hectare- Pinus kesiya forest meeting criteria for the exploitation of five forestry one-member limited companies of Bao Lam, Bao Thuan, Di Linh, Don Duong and Tam Hiep.
Ho Chi Minh City is a key market for agricultural products from the Central Highlands Province of Lam Dong, especially vegetables and fruits. Over the years, thanks to the close connection between the two localities, the value of agricultural products in Lam Dong has been increasingly enhanced, and consumers in Ho Chi Minh City are also assured of food safety due to controlled quality.
On November 8, the prices of goods at some points of sale and traditional markets in Ho Chi Minh City were recorded to have increased compared to a few months ago. Accordingly, prices of vegetables, meat, and fish surged by VND3,000-VND15,000 per kg, depending on the type.
Being introduced into Da Lat City decades ago, the persimmon harvest season in the city of Lam Dong Province and surrounding areas including Lac Duong, Don Duong usually starts in late August to the end of November.
Mr. Nguyen Van Chau, Deputy Director of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Lam Dong Province, said that from August 22 to September 15, Lam Dong Province will send a total of 5,000 tons of vegetables to support Ho Chi Minh City, including many kinds of vegetables and tubers with a long shelf life, such as cabbage, napa cabbage, bean, carrot, potato, gourd, winter melon, cucumber, tomato, kohlrabi, radish, and beetroot.
The Standing Office of the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control has just required the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong to urgently evacuate people from flood-prone areas to safe places as the ongoing prolonged rainfall is able to trigger flash floods.