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Chukotka is subsidized by the construction and modernization of greenhouses

The government of the Chukotka Autonomous Region has developed a procedure for granting subsidies to agricultural producers, which will be directed to the development of vegetable production in the region. This was reported by the press service of the regional administration with reference to the first deputy head of the Department of Agricultural Policy and Environmental Management of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, Irina Volkova.

“State financial support, the provision of which is envisaged in 2015-2017, is aimed at the modernization of greenhouses and the acquisition of energy resources by enterprises. This will increase productivity, revenue from the sale of goods, as well as create additional jobs in greenhouse vegetable growing, - said Irina Volkova. “In general, 45,3 million rubles will be allocated for these activities, of which 41,8 million are from the regional budget.”

Also, within the framework of the departmental target program "Development of greenhouse vegetable growing" of the state program "Development of the agro-industrial complex of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug for 2014-2020", in the near future, a procedure for granting subsidies to reimburse part of the costs for the construction of new greenhouses will be developed.

To date, one agricultural commodity producer - the Rosinka vegetable factory of the Bilibinsky district - is actively involved in greenhouse activities in Chukotka. In 2013, the gross harvest of vegetables from this organization amounted to 69,1 tons. It is expected that as a result of the implementation of the state program in 2017, this figure will reach 77-85 tons, the report says.

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