Starting from 2015, Gia Dinh Group has implemented the model of GROWING RUBBER FOR WOOD AND LATEX IN PHU GIAO DISTRICT, BINH DUONG PROVINCE with an area of 115 ha in order to diversify valuable products on rubber plantations. This improves land use efficiency and business efficiency, sustainability and increases the competitive advantage of rubber trees with crops in the Agriculture segment; stabilizes the supply of rubber wood as raw materials for seasonal or monthly crops for the wood processing industry without waiting until the orchard is liquidated.

On the basis of optimizing land use efficiency according to land classification and specific climatic and environmental conditions of each rubber growing region/sub-region in the country, Gia Dinh Group has flexibly applied Garden design and seed factors to achieve the goal of rubber orchards still achieve productivity - output equivalent to the garden planted according to the current process.

From 2023 to 2025 and Vision to 2050, Gia Dinh Group deploys the LANG SON HI-TECH AGRICULTURE model with 15 HA, which is an agriculture in combination with new and advanced technologies for production, also known as high technology aiming to improve efficiency, create a breakthrough in productivity and quality of agricultural products, satisfy the increasing demands of society and ensure sustainable agricultural development.


  • Increasing the production of agricultural products, meeting the increasing food needs of the society including low-income people, hence creating a large volume of products with cheaper prices.

  • Creating large quantities of goods with high, uniform quality. From there, it is possible to join the global trade and value chain by meeting the requirements of supply as well as product quality according to market criteria and traceability.

  • Bringing great income to enterprises by creating the highest product yield per unit of resources used at the lowest cost, thanks to the large production scale and the application of highly efficient production technologies.

  • Promoting economic growth for local and national when revenue from production increases, tax payment from businesses increases and at the same time, new support services are established.

  • Creating more jobs for a certain segment of population and start-up opportunities for local businesses on the basis of forming new value-added product markets.

  • Creating added value for some local products (including agricultural by-products), forming key national, regional and local specialty products (one product per village).