Perception of Challenges in Opportunities for Organic Food Research and Development in Vietnam
Since the inception of the green revolution during the 1970s, Vietnamese farmers converted their natural ways of farming into conventional agriculture using short-term rice and vegetables hybrids and intensive inputs of agrochemicals. Unfortunately, the Vietnamese society nowadays has a considerable concern about the side-effect of conventional farming on human health and the natural environment. There is a strong demand for safe food or organic food in urban areas as well as the rural...[Show more]
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