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Economic development under the forest canopy creates stable income


Owning an area of forest and forestry land accounting for nearly 70% of the natural area, Quang Ninh has many advantages for economic development under the forest canopy. Economic development under the forest canopy not only increases incomes, improves people's living standards, long-term local socio-economic development, but also is a solution to the immediate income problem for people when planting forests. big wood. The area of yellow tea tea forest planted under the cinnamon tree of Mr. Chiu Chan Thanh, Khe Man village, Don Dac commune, Ba Che district.

From the above fact, it shows that economic development under the forest canopy is not only the solution to the biggest bottleneck when implementing the large timber afforestation project because most large timber trees have time to plant and take care of. long-term, large investment capital, but more importantly, maintain production, ensure income, and improve people's living standards. Leaders of Thanh Son commune, Ba Che district check the growth rate of three cycads planted in iron, cinnamon, and gioi forests.

Recognizing the important role of economic development under the forest canopy, Quang Ninh has planned three key areas for the development of medicinal herbs associated with specific plant species. Accordingly, Region 1 includes the localities of Binh Lieu, Tien Yen and Mong Cai, focusing on developing main species of anise, cinnamon, honeysuckle and strong medicinal species; Region 2 includes Ba Che and Cam Pha localities where the main species of plants are yellow flower tea, three halves, sand ginseng, cinnamon and a number of strong medicinal species; Region 3 is the Ngoa Van - Yen Tu medicinal valley in the areas of Uong Bi, Dong Trieu, and Ha Long where the main plants are developed which are cloves, gac, sand ginseng, yellow turmeric.

In addition, the province also focuses on selecting, breeding and conserving varieties of non-timber forest products with high yield, good quality, suitable in localities to build seed gardens; develop processes and technical directions for plants, exploitation and processing for key species of non-timber forest products; encourage all economic sectors to invest in the development of non-timber forest products...