Over 60 students from Pham Van Hinh secondary school explored how Ho Dynasty Citadel was built at a specialised educational room that opened in Vinh Loc district, the central province of Thanh Hoa on May 19.
|Flower tissue is grown inside a laboratory in Flower Forest Biotechnology Joint Stock Company. It's a part of a Secretary of state for Agriculture and Rural Development arrange for hi-tech farming zones to improve the use of today's technology in farming industries. — VNA/VNS Photo The Anh|
The program is anticipated to increase the use of today's technology in farming production, in compliance using the plan approved this year.
Viet Nam targets to advertise using advanced farming technologies and develop more hi-tech farming zones toward 2020.
However, Bong stated, the implementation from the plan continues to be running behind pace.
Based on ministry statistics, in HCM City, you will find only 90 on-going projects so far. Other locations, including Ha Noi, Lam Dong, Phu Yen and Nghe An are just within the first stage from the Government's long-term plans.
Only three businesses within the entire country were recognised for using modern technologies. These incorporated Da Lat Flower-Forest Biotechnology Corporation, Da Lat Hasfarm and TH Milk Joint Stocks Company.
Deputy mind from the ministry's Department of Science, Technology and Atmosphere Nguyen Tan Hinh stated that to date, the two had come very far when it comes to developing advanced technologies nor methods for evolving them through the country.
"Although there's already policy incorporated within the Law on Technological Difficulty to advertise these industries, detailed recommendations continue to be missing," he stated, adding that investment, research and human assets during these fields continued to be inadequate.
Director from the National Institute of Agriculture Planning and Projection Nguyen Van Chinh stated while there have been sufficient incentives to add mass to industrial zones and infrastructure, hi-tech farming zones happen to be impeded by insufficient practical systems.
To illustrate northern Boy La Province in which the Individuals Committee was prepared to spare 200 ha for such businesses, nevertheless the incentives were too vague to draw in traders.
Deputy minister Bong stated hi-tech agriculture would be a complicated industry and rash, massive development ought to be prevented.
"The nation already has about 7-12 zones which could take advantage of the natural advantages, for example vegetable and flower farms in Da Lat, tra seafood farms within the Mekong Delta and occasional farms within the Central Highland provinces," he stated.