Dong Nai delegation studied agricultural production in Japan

Dong Nai delegation studied agricultural production in Japan
Dong Nai delegation studied agricultural production in Japan

(DN) – From November 20 to 24, the province’s working delegation was led by Member of the Standing Committee, Chairman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of the province Cao Van Quang; Vice Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee Vo Van Phi along with a number of departments, branches, localities and 8 members of businesses operating in the agricultural sector came to Japan to study agricultural production.

Provincial leaders gave flowers to Professor Kubo Mutoki and Associate Professor Tran Quoc Thinh, lecturers at Ritsumeikan school on November 20. Photo: NT

The purpose of the business trip is to discuss opportunities for cooperation and information sharing on policies to support Japan’s agricultural development in terms of seed production, organic production, high-tech agriculture, and agricultural supply chain support. … Practical learning in organic farming and livestock models, high technology, ecological agriculture, tourism associated with each commune with a product, branding associated with agricultural product processing.

On the afternoon of November 20, the delegation worked with Ritsumeikan University (Kyoto City) to exchange learning about Sofix biological solution for crops and soil improvement.

Welcoming and working with the delegation was Professor Kubo Mutoki, representative of the Faculty of Life Sciences, the inventor of Sofix technology, who shared that Sofix soil nutrition diagnostic technology helps harmonize organic materials and microorganisms and creatures. Organic materials in situ in circulation; contributes to the reproduction and environmental friendliness of organic agriculture; Sofix database aims to improve the agricultural sector.

Nguyen Tam

The article is in Vietnamese

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