In the Stavropol Territory (Russia) increase the cultivation of garden strawberries in closed ground


In the Stavropol Territory (Russia) increase the cultivation of garden strawberries in closed ground

03/16/2020

The territory of greenhouses with an area of ​​6 hectares will grow 840 tons of berries

In the Stavropol Territory (Russia), in the Piedmont municipal region, a project is being implemented to grow garden strawberries (strawberries) in greenhouses. Taste of Stavropol LLC is the largest producer of garden strawberries in protected ground in Russia.

According to the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, the greenhouse complex of the economy was put into operation in December 2019. The territory of greenhouses with an area of ​​6 hectares will grow 840 tons of berries. In 2020, it is planned to increase the area of ​​greenhouses by three times and build 19 hectares of half-tunnel greenhouses, as well as expand the range of crops grown at the expense of blueberries, blackberries and raspberries. Currently, gross production amounted to 113.5 tons of berries, with a yield of 195.2 t / ha. Products are sold in the Stavropol Territory, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg and Tyumen.

See also: In the greenhouses of the Stavropol Territory (Russia), tomato varieties unique to Russia are grown

The company introduces modern technologies for growing strawberries, as well as a full cycle of growing berries from seedlings to shipment.

According to regional profile officials, berry growing is actively developing in the region. For farmers, compensation is provided for part of the costs of laying and caring for the berry. Last year, the level of compensation amounted to 51% of the costs of agricultural producers of berry crops, this year state support will be at the same level.

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