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A new plant for the production of soybeans opened in the Amur Region

A new plant for the production of soybeans opened in the Amur Region
Photo: amurobl.ru

In the Amur Region, in the village of Zarechny, a new seed plant for the production of high-quality soybeans was opened. The capacity of the new plant will make it possible to produce both edible beans and seeds.

According to the press service of the government of the Amur Region, the region produces more than one million tons of soybeans. But to increase yields, about 100 thousand tons of soybean seeds and 50 thousand tons of grain are needed. According to the regional governor Vasily Orlov, the new plant will be able to partially cover the need for the first time. At the same time, part of the products will be exported: the plant's management plans to actively work with partners from Japan and South Korea.

Investments in the project amounted to about 150 million rubles. The plant's capacities will allow recycle dabout 30 thousand tons of soybeans per year... Since last year, the Amur Region, as the leader in soybean production in Russia, received subsidies for the development of this area of ​​agriculture for the first time. On the line of the Ministry of Agriculture, the region received about one billion rubles.


 

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