Last update: 09:21 | 09/06/2018
Every year from April to July is the driest period in Ninh Thuan, turning the locality into a mini desert. Local farmers struggle to cover this desert land with the green of development.
In March and April, many reservoirs in Ninh Thuan, such as Phuoc Nhon (in Phuoc Trung commune, Bac Ai district) dried out, making it hard for cattle to find food.
From early morning, Dao Quang Lo chases a herd of over 1,000 sheep of Tran Cao Hoa far away in hope of finding more food for them.
Ensuring sufficient food and water for sheep in the dry season is a challenge for locals.
Counting sheep at the end of a day of grazing
Ninh Thuan has 900ha of shrimp raising on sand, mainly in Phuoc Dinh commune, Ninh Phuoc district.
A two-ha farm growing asparagus under VietGAP standards of Linh Dan company in Tuan Tu village, An Hai commune, Ninh Phuoc district.
Hung Ky and Tu Thi Hen, a Cham couple known for earning money from growing asparagus.
Commercial asparagus in Ninh Thuan, sold at 60,000 – 80,000 dong/kg, is highly profitable for local famers.
Vineyards are increasingly attracting visistors on their journey to explore Ninh Thuan.
Nguyen Van Moi, the owner of Ba Moi farm in Ninh Thuan.
Ba Moi farm receives about 1,000 visitors a month.
Phan Rang wine, a well-known product of the Ba Moi brand.