Hong Thai sweet pear season

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August is the time when people in Hong Thai commune (Na Hang) are busy picking ripe pears. This is a type of crop that is quite suitable for local weather conditions, giving ripe, sweet and juicy fruits. On average, each pear tree gives an income of 3 to 4 million VND/crop, which is 1.5 times higher than other crops on the same area.

The whole Hong Thai commune currently has 106 hectares of pears, of which 20 hectares have been harvested, with an output of over 100 tons.

The pear trees are laden with branches.

Money Dao girl, Khau Trang village harvesting pears.

After harvesting, pears will be selected for large, round, succulent fruits to sell to consumers.

On average, each tree yields from 50 kg to 1 quintal of fruit.

Hong Thai commune is becoming an experience destination attracting tourists.

Currently, Hong Thai pear is priced at 20 thousand VND/kg.

When ripe, pears are succulent, crispy, soft and sweet.

According to Tuyen Quang Online Newspaper


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