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18/11/2020 - 07:30

Replant crops for the new harvest 

Continuous flooding has destroyed a great number of areas of crops and flowers for Tet in the provincial area.

Even though, the farmers still try their best to overcome the difficulty and restore the areas for planting produce crops such as green onions, water spinach, mustard greens, etc., on the crop edges, as well as on the high and dry gardens to serve the need of market inside and outside the province.

Thua Thien Hue Weekly would like to introduce you some images about the farmers of “vegetable and flower barns” in the areas of Phu Mau (Phu Vang), Huong Chu, Huong An (Huong Tra), Quang Thanh, Quang Tho (Quang Dien), etc., going to the fields to replant and save vegetables crops over the days through the series of photos taken by the photographer Dang Tuyen!

By Thua Thien Hue Weekly 

Taking advantage of the flooded water to water the plants

Taking advantage of the flooded water to water the plants

Taking advantage of the favorable weather, local people collect the dead crops and prepare the soil

Taking advantage of the favorable weather, local people collect the dead crops and prepare the soil

Sowing the cabbages

Sowing the mustard greens

Water spinach is chosen for its easy adaptability to the moist soil

Water spinach is chosen for its easy adaptability to the moist soil

Doing the plant propagation

Doing the plant propagation

Protecting the plants from rain and moisture by nylon roof

Protecting the plants from rain and moisture by nylon roof

Making effort to restore production before the harshness of nature

Making effort to restore production before the harshness of nature

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