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Department: Technical Cooperation
Project Name: Raising Competency of Farmers’ Horticultural Produces Project in Thailand
Project Description: The current income of farmers in the northern part of Thailand is deeply affected by the unstable supply of seedlings and the lack of competitiveness of the products, resulting in a technical gap in the quality, output and types of the current local products.The “Raising Competency of Farmers’ Horticultural Produces Project in Thailand” aims at vegetable and flower crops and assists farmers in strengthening their innovative R&D and production management capabilities to enhance the competitiveness of products.

Implementation Start Date: 2020/1/1
Implementation End Date: 2022/12/31
Project Objectives: 1. Strengthen innovation and research and development capabilities
(1) Establish vegetable selection and seed production system
(2) Establish Chrysanthemum flower breeding, healthy seedling breeding and cultivation management system
(3) Research and development and application promotion of agricultural biological agents
2. Enhance industrial technology
(1) Conduct technical trainings for RPF staff.
(2) Dispatch Taiwanese experts to Thailand for technical exchange.
Executing Agency: 1. Royal Rroject Foundation
2. Taiwan ICDF
Current Progress: To the end of June 2020, the following activities have been completed:
1.Introduced 15 varieties of cherry tomatoes, 9 varieties of lettuce, 7 varieties of sweet corn, and 7 varieties of melons from Taiwan, and carried out trial planting at different altitude workstations of the Royal Project Foundation.
2.Completed the renewal of a vegetable greenhouse.
3.Completed the seedling propagation of 17 chrysanthemum varieties (10 were imported from Taiwan) and 3,731 seedlings for preservation and trial planting experiments.
4.A total of 85.75 kilograms of Trichoderma Tricho-004 (the product obtained from the preliminary cooperative project research) was produced and distributed to two research farms and seven agricultural development centers as strains for future mass production applications.
5.Screened 70 microbial isolates (43 actinomycetes, 23 bacteria, and 4 fungi) from the forest humus layer and organic compost, and started a comparative test of effectiveness.
Project Contact: Ting-Yu Chou
Phone: +886-2-28732323 Ext.232
E-mail: t.y.chou@icdf.org.tw
Sector: Production Sectors
Sector Item: Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
Cooperating Country: Asia-Pacific, Thailand
Project status: Projects under implementation
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  • Date:2020/2/14
  • Date Updated:2020/8/10