Tran Yen district aims to plant 200 hectares of Bat Do bamboo shoots

  •  Monday, February 24, 2020

YBO - Since 2016, Tran Yen district in the northwestern province of Yen Bai has grown 1,767 hectares of Bat Do bamboo shoots, raising the total growing area of this plant to 3,360 hectares.

Residents in Hung Khanh commune treat Bat Do bamboo saplings before growing (Photo: Quang Tuan).
Residents in Hung Khanh commune treat Bat Do bamboo saplings before growing (Photo: Quang Tuan).

In 2020, the district aims to plant 200 more hectares of Bat Do bamboo shoots, mainly in Kien Thanh commune (55 hectares), Hong Ca (60 hectares) and Luong Thinh (60 hectares).

To complete the target, the district’s management board of Bat Do bamboo shoots programme has coordinated with localities to review land for household gardens, land for planting trees after exploitation cycle, and land for conversion of inefficient crops to Bat Do bamboo shoots.

Each household could register for at least 0.5 hectares of bamboo shoot growing area. 

Technicians will be sent to localities to help farmers with land and sapling-related preparations and plantation techniques.

Kim Oanh

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