More than 100 hectares of new gardens were planted in the Nizhny Novgorod Region (RF)


More than 100 hectares of new gardens were planted in the Nizhny Novgorod Region (RF)

09/10/2020

in the Nizhny Novgorod region, the authorities provided support for gardeners in the form of subsidies

In the Nizhny Novgorod region (Russia), about 30 million rubles will be allocated for the development of horticulture in 2020. federal and regional subsidies, writes the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation.

State support funds are provided to reimburse farmers for part of the costs of laying and caring for perennial plantings.

Work on the establishment of fruit and berry plantations started in the region just a few years ago. In order for horticulture to develop more actively in the Nizhny Novgorod region, the authorities provided support for agricultural producers in the form of subsidies. As a result, this includes new jobs and high-quality products for Nizhny Novgorod shops and food industry enterprises.

In recent years, over 100 hectares of apple orchards have been planted in the Nizhny Novgorod region in the Ardatovsky, Vorotynsky and Sharangsky districts. This year, the first fruits of apples were obtained in new orchards.

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“We laid an apple orchard with an area of ​​23 hectares in 2018. We grow two varieties of apples. This year the first harvest was obtained from apple-trees of the “Belorusskoye Sweet” variety. We expect to get the main harvest next year from the “Honey Crisp” apple trees, which occupy a large area in our orchards, ”said Anton Permyakov, agronomist of the Novy Vek agricultural enterprise.

“The decision to engage in gardening was made taking into account the fact that this niche is now quite free and, which is important, is actively supported by the state. For example, we received subsidies for planting a garden in the amount of 320 thousand rubles. per hectare, – said Anton Permyakov. – We believe that this direction is promising, so we decided to increase the area of ​​gardens. This year we plan to plant another 25 hectares of apple trees. We are counting on an increased subsidy, since we will use a different planting scheme, which implies a larger number of seedlings per hectare. “

We add that, in addition to apple orchards, the region’s farmers grow berry crops: strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, honeysuckle. In 2019, gardens with black currants were laid, in 2020 – a sea buckthorn garden.

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