On December 18, at the Provincial People's Committee, Mr. Tran Huu The, Member of the Provincial Standing Committee, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee had a meeting with Thuan Phat Fuels and Regenerated Energy Company Limited on a closed agriculture project from sorghum trees.
Participants in the meeting
Attending the meeting were representatives of related departments and branches; District People's Committees: Tuy An, Tay Hoa, Dong Hoa, Phu Hoa and Song Hinh. Through the meeting, delegates exchanged a number of issues related to the closed agricultural industrial project from sorghum trees such as method of cooperation, pilot planting plan, form of consumption between the corporation and household ...
Mr. Tran Dinh Quyen - Chairman of the Board of Members of Thuan Phat Company proposes investment in pilot planting of sorghum trees in some localities.
At the meeting, Thuan Phat Company proposed a plan to convert sorghum crops on inefficient agricultural and forestry land. Recently, Thuan Phat Company sowed sorghum crops in many agricultural and forestry lands ineffective in different localities across the country to replace fuel for power plant boilers using oil burning oil.
This is a tree with a short growth cycle of 100 to 110 days, it can grow from 2 to 3 crops a year, capable of regenerating strong shoots, used as a variety of fuel, biofuel, chemicals and food. The mass planting in Phu Yen province (Tay Hoa, Phu Hoa, Dong Hoa, Song Hinh, Tuy An) is very suitable and will bring many benefits to the locality ... With the above characteristics, Thuan Phat Company proposed the Provincial People's Committee to advocate cooperation with the provincial agriculture sector to select experimental sites; arrange appropriate land, and prepare the sowing of sorghum varieties.
Mr. Tran Huu The, Vice Chairman of PPC, chaired the meeting
Concluding the meeting, Mr. Tran Huu The, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee highly appreciated the investment determination of Thuan Phat Company; At the same time, aggeed the policy of piloting sorghum trees in a number of localities in the province. Successful piloting will expand the area, gradually replacing the inefficient crop areas in many recent crops.