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Commemorate the 30th Anniversary of Dong Thap Muoi Agricultural R&D Centre, the Institute of Agricultural Sciences for Southern Vietnam
Monday, 2013/04/22 | 11:22:53

Dong Thap Muoi Agricultural Research and Development Centre will held the 30th anniverasy in April 18, 2013 in Vinh Hung, Long An. The centre previously named Jute Research Centre for Southern Vietnam, it was established by Minister of Agriculture via the decision of 120/NN-TC/QĐ, issued in April 18, 1983. The centre has contributed nine advanced technologies on rice, jute, yam, which were approved officially. The six improved rice varieties were released at national level to be well developed in the acid sulfate soils. These outputs have disrupted the agricultural production under acidic stress in Dong Thap Muoi, to contibute its efforts for successfully exploiting the strategical areas of 670,000 ha roughly. Thanks are due to Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and Local Government’s supports. Thanks are due to the internation cooperation project via ISA/FOS/DTM by France and Belgium during 1992-2002 to understand how managing the acid sulfate soil and to recommend available solutions. Four scientists received PhD, and two others of MSc who have worked here. The centre received the Labor Award of Second Rank.

 

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