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A farmer in Loc Ngai Commune in Bao Lam District in Lam Dong Province uses a pump to get water to save his coffee trees. (Photo: SGGP)

Central Highlands provinces struggle to save coffee trees from drought

In the Central Highlands of Vietnam, the coffee tree is the main crop with a total area of around 620,000 hectares, concentrating most in Dak Lak, Lam Dong, and Dak Nong provinces. The unusual developments of the weather have caused the water levels in lakes and rivers in the Central Highlands to recede and the situation is forecast to last for a long time, posing risks of water shortage for coffee cultivation.
High tides will flood some areas of HCMC Photo: SGGP

High tides cause floods in south: NCHMF

Water levels on Mekong and Saigon Rivers are rising quickly due to high tides. The highest water levels reached yesterday 2.61 at Tan Chau Station on Tien River; 2.54m at Chau Doc Station on Hau River and 1.24m at Phu An Station on Saigon River, respectively.