• Photo: Dona durian trees have high economic value and are intercropped with coffee trees in Dak Lak. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
    Photo: Dona durian trees have high economic value and are intercropped with coffee trees in Dak Lak. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
  • Photo: Dona durian trees have high economic value and are intercropped with coffee trees in Dak Lak. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
    Photo: Dona durian trees have high economic value and are intercropped with coffee trees in Dak Lak. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
  • Photo: Workers classify durians by weight. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
    Photo: Workers classify durians by weight. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
  • Photo: Workers process durian fruit for export. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
    Photo: Workers process durian fruit for export. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak had a bumper durian harvest this year, due to good weather and invested care for the durian trees. The 10-15 years old durian trees are intercropped with coffee trees, giving high yields of 35-40 tonnes per hectare. The retail price for durian on the market is now at 70,000VND/kg (3USD/kg), a year-on-year increase of 23,000VND/kg (0.98USD/kg), letting farmers earn a profit of 1billion VND (42,813USD) for 100 Dona durian trees. VNA Photo: Tuấn Anh

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