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More than 100 Hue yellow apricot trees provided with nametags and QR codes

TTH.VN - On the morning of July 4, Standing Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee Phan Ngoc Tho, along with departments and branches made a field trip to inspect the management and conservation of Hue yellow apricot trees in the city area.

Propagating yellow apricotsTowards turning Thua Thien Hue into Vietnam’s land of yellow apricots

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 Standing Deputy Secretary Phan Ngoc Tho inspected the conservation plans of Hue yellow apricot trees

During the field trip to inspect the management and conservation of ancient yellow apricot trees at De Nhi communal house (Thuan Loc Ward), and the yellow apricot garden at 436 Le Duan Street (Hue City), Mr. Phan Ngoc Tho affirmed that the yellow apricot blossom with an indigenous genetic resource was often known as “Hoang Mai of Hue”.

Hue yellow apricot trees have been planted for a long time in royal palaces, residences, communal courtyards, pagoda gateways, and in the front yards of the locals' houses, etc., creating the beauty, and becoming a symbol of the spring color of the nature and people of Hue; they are associated with the daily life of the locals.

The Department of Science and Technology of Thua Thien Hue Province, Hue Yellow Apricot Association, the Fruit and Vegetable Research Institute, and the Center for Flowers and Ornamentals Research and Development (Hanoi City) are working together to preserve Hue yellow apricot trees.

In addition to a number of solutions aiming to improve the efficiency of conservation and management of Hue yellow apricot tree system, it is also important to attach QR code on each tree in order to show the information about age, characteristics, form of planting and the owner(s) of it.

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 There are more than 100 Hue yellow apricot trees provided with nametags and QR codes for identification, under the supervision and technical support of the Fruit and Vegetable Research Institute, and the Center for Flowers and Ornamentals Research and Development (Hanoi City)

Up to now, more than 100 Hue yellow apricot trees have been provided with name tags and QR codes for identification, under the supervision and technical support of the Fruit and Vegetable Research Institute, and the Center for Flowers and Ornamentals Research and Development (Hanoi City).

Determining that Hue yellow apricot trees not only present the cultural beauty but also create economic value, Mr. Phan Ngoc Tho suggested relevant levels and branches, as well as owners of yellow apricot gardens to strengthen the management and conservation so that yellow apricot trees would truly be the main product of Hue; generating income, contributing to the economic development through tourism, and commercializing typical products bearing Hue's cultural identity.

By ANH PHONG
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