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In the Primorsky Territory the harvesting campaign is coming to an end

Vice-Governor of Primorsky Krai Sergey Sidorenko held a selector meeting on the progress of the harvesting campaign with the participation of the heads of districts.

At the beginning of the meeting, the vice-governor of the Primorsky Territory, Sergei Sidorenko, outlined the need to increase the rate of soybean harvesting due to the oncoming frosts.

“Snow is forecasted after 10 November. We should be able to harvest in the next two weeks. We need to reach the level of 10 thousand hectares of soybean harvesting per day. It is necessary to intensify harvesting work, ”stressed Sergei Sidorenko.

In general, in Primorye, harvesting is going on at a stable pace. The collection of potatoes and vegetables is almost complete. Almost 73 thousand tons of vegetables were harvested. Potatoes - about 56 thousand tons - this is 16 thousand tons more than in the past.

Rice harvesting is also coming to an end - 73 percent of the sown area has already been harvested, 42 thousand tons of grain have been threshed. Despite the fact that the harvesting of soybeans is still in full swing, more than 112 thousand tons of crops have already been threshed, which is two times more than in the same period last year.

Sergei Sidorenko also drew attention to the fact that now agricultural producers are now facing another important task - to prevent the occurrence of fires on the territory of the region when the grass fell.

“The fires are tracked by satellite, which makes it possible to establish the exact coordinates of the fire. And if it is established that the fire in the land was caused by the fault of the agricultural producer, he will be responsible for his negligence according to the law, ”the deputy head of the region emphasized.

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