Nguyen Ba Truc gave up his well-paid managerial position in Ho Chi Minh City to pursue agriculture
A number of tourists have fallen prey to herbal “medicine” of unclear origin and quality which is widely sold at many scenic spots throughout the Mekong Delta region, including Phu Quoc Island, a paradise-like tourist attraction off the southern Vietnamese coast
Over the past few years, several farms in Da Lat resort town in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong have provided local restaurants with high-quality supplies of organic Western aromatic herbs.
A woman in Ho Chi Minh City has made the most of medicinal herbs in her hometown to produce non-chemical, healthy incense in the past three years
For the past few years, a group of farmers in An Giang Province in the Mekong Delta have grown medicinal herbs on deserted, or temporarily unused, land and supplied local clinics with hundreds of tons of fresh herbs to offer poor people free treatment.
A group of farmers in Quang Nam’s mountainous Tien Phuoc District have improved their lives considerably by cultivating wild medicinal herbs in their home gardens
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