What kind of land can apply for GAP?
Land title document for use in certification of GAP production source of crops and organic crops according to the mission and responsibility of the Department of Agriculture.  Certification in areas where farmers own the land and have their own rights documents.
1. Land Title Deed (Nor Sor 4, Miss 4A, Miss 4B, Miss 4C, Miss 4D, Miss 4J)
2. Map deed, reservation deed, reservation seal that has been made useful
3. Certificate of beneficiary (Ms. Sor 3, Miss 3A, Miss Sor 3B, Document No. 3)
4. Reservation Form (Miss Sor 2 Miss Sor 2A)
5. Inquiry Letter (Ms. Sor 5, Introduction)
6. Trampled blade, seal reservation
7. Land Tenure Notification (Aug. 1)
8. Land Tenure Notification Account (Aug. 2)
9. Receipt of request to acquire land rights (Aug. 3)
Certification in areas where farmers do not have their own rights documents
1. Letter of temporary permission to use state land according to the poverty reduction policy.
2. Lease agreement for agricultural purposes
3. The Royal Decree on the Nurak Project for People to Live and Eat National Parks B.E. 2562 and Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act B.E. 2562


"One Belt, One Road" with New Logistics Channel Opportunities behind durian price changes in Chongqing
Durian is known as the "fruit king" in Southeast Asia and its unique taste has made it more and more well-known and loved by Chinese consumers, but the steep price of durian has discouraged many consumers as well. recently The Chongqing population was surprised to find out that the price of durian pillow gold in Thailand It was originally priced at around 100 yuan/kg, but in June it dropped to below 40 yuan/kg, and whole durians can be purchased for only 110 yuan. Many lovers of all classes say that durian prices are now not only twice as cheap as April. On June 11th. The trial cold chain train across the China-Laos-Thailand border loaded about 500 tons of fresh Thai durian directly to Chongqing before being distributed to other parts of China. Chongqing Hongjiu Fruit Co., Ltd.'s chief operating officer said the company imported durian via ILSTC route this year, making it easier and faster for durians in Southeast Asia to enter China. As a result, the volume of imports has increased, reducing logistics time and costs by more than 50% compared to traditional routes, thus benefiting consumers.

  Dr. Yuvaresh Malila Food Biotechnology Research Team (IFBT) Biotech NSTDA. As the project leader, he said that Ratchaburi's perfumed coconut is a cash crop with great potential, but there is still a problem of oversupply that usually occurs between October and December with large yields, including many coconuts that are discarded due to defects exceeding the standard. In addition, in the processing process, there are coconut pulp residues and waste waste that is unfortunately discarded. Therefore, the project aims to develop processed products and high-value products from Ratchaburi perfumed coconut, including technology to extend the life of perfumed coconut water to convey to the community.

      Government agencies and private sectors in the area, relying on the expertise of each agency, to encourage farmers to create added value for perfumed coconuts from upstream to downstream on the basis of appropriate technology. At present, there are many prototypes of coconut perfume products that are ready to be transferred to the community, such as Thai perfumed coconut vinegar products, produced with one-step fermentation technology, low cost, high efficiency, COCOBIOTIC, ready-to-drink probiotic beverage products with color, aroma, etc. The taste and tingle is similar to kombucha fermented tea. Rich in probiotic microorganisms, helping with digestion, fermented coconut products mimic yogurt and ready-to-drink yogurt that contain live probiotic microorganisms. It is classified as an alternative plant-based product.
The Health Benefits of Thai Fruits
Most young children aren’t terribly fond of broccoli and spinach, despite their parents’ best intentions. Fortunately, these naturally sweet fruits are extremely kid-friendly and pack many of the same nutrients. And since Thailand has an abundance of incredible produce year-round, there’s no reason for your family not to try some of these now.
Pros: A serving of pomelo provides almost 200 percent of your daily vitamin C. It’s also high in fiber and potassium. Cons: None. A 100 gram serving contains just over 70 calories, which is uncommonly low for fruit. How to use: Whole pomelos are a bit of a nuisance to peel and cut up (the fruit is enormous and has lots of thick, white pith to cut away). Buy pre-cut ones on the street or in the supermarket and eat them plain or toss them with chili and shrimp for a Thai-style salad.
Pros: This fruit is full of vitamin C (100 grams, about 50 calories, has 80 percent of your daily requirement). It also has a bit of vitamin A, some trace minerals and the enzyme bromelain, which acts as an anti-inflammatory and is reported to have anti-cancer properties.
Cons: It’s a bit higher in calories than, say, watermelon and has a reasonably high concentration of sugars. Also, as a result of the protein-burning enzymes, your little ones may get a slightly sore lip if they have too much of this sweet treat.
How to use: Pineapple adds a sweet note to Thai curries. It’s also absolutely terrific grilled either as a sidedish or dessert. It juices nicely and can be added to shakes and smoothies. Diced up with chilies and lime, it makes a surprising and delicious salsa for grilled meats.
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