VietNamNet Bridge – Traders are flocking to the districts of Tu Nghia and Mo Duc in Quang Ngai Province, where households are planting chrysanthemums in central Vietnam to serve the Tet market.
According to local authorities, there are at least 700 households growing daisies along the Ve River. Nguyen Hinh, from Hai Mon village in Nghia Hiep commune said that income from daisies is four times higher than that from rice. Hinh’s family earns more than VND30 million ($1,500) profit a year from daisy flowers for Tet Holiday.
Tran Van An, Chairman of Nghia Hiep commune, said there are 400 households in the commune growing 20 hectares of flowers, mostly the Dalat daisy. “This year the weather is nice so our people can earn nearly VND20 billion ($1 million) from flowers for Tet Festival,” An said.
In the commune of Nghia My, there are more than 250 households planting flowers. According to statistics of the local government, each family earns a profit of VND40 million ($2,000)/Tet season on average.
Đăng ký: VietNam News