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Seed campaign started in Primorye

The sowing campaign started in eight districts of Primorye. A total of 6,5 thousand hectares have been sown with early grain crops. According to the director of the department of agriculture and food of the region, Andrei Bronts, "in a number of other regions, work is underway to prepare the soil and cover moisture."

"Last year, we raised 147 thousand hectares by autumn plowing and deep loosening, these arrays must be brought to mind: somewhere we'll loosen up, we'll re-cultivate somewhere," he said.

According to the director of the relevant department, agricultural producers plan to increase the yield of early grains by 15% and get 18 centners per hectare.

Recall that novice farmers in Primorye receive financial support from the state. By submitting documents and protecting a business plan, the future agricultural producer can count on receiving a grant.

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