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Agrarians will receive subsidies for the recovery of fallow lands in Transbaikalia

Agrarians will receive subsidies for the recovery of fallow lands in Transbaikalia
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In 2020, agricultural producers in Transbaikalia will be allocated subsidies for raising virgin and fallow lands. Farmers will be able to get up to 90% of the direct costs incurred.

This year, farmers intend to put into circulation at least 20 thousand hectares of fallow lands. This will increase the area of ​​spring sowing on farms to 220 thousand hectares, including spring rapeseed - up to 40 thousand hectares and the production of oilseed rape up to 60 thousand tons for export, grain crops - up to 130 thousand hectares.

According to the press service of the regional government, from 2020 in the Transbaikalia it is planned to annually commission about 35-40 thousand hectares of fallow lands. According to forecasts of the regional Ministry of Agriculture, by 2025 over 250 thousand hectares should be put into circulation.

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