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In Primorsky Krai, winter greenhouses quadrupled productivity

Winter greenhouses increased productivity 1 square. meter of land in Primorye four times. Thus, the edge itself provides seasonal vegetables. Measures to support the protected soil, it is necessary to develop further, according to the Department of Agriculture and Food, RIA PrimaMedia reports.

- In Primorye, it is necessary to continue support, which is aimed at the development of protected soil. After all, those winter greenhouses, which we installed, increased the productivity of 1 sq. M. meter of land four times. I note that next year it is planned to build and introduce another 2 ha of greenhouses. The average cost of building 1 hectares of greenhouses with a ready infrastructure is 86 million rubles. Department of Agriculture and Food of the Primorsky Territory from the regional budget is compensated 50% of the cost of purchasing equipment for these greenhouses, - said the director of the department Andrei Bronz.

As you know, one of the tasks facing the Department of Agriculture and Food is the supply of fresh vegetables to the region in winter. This should be facilitated by the creation of modern winter greenhouses, of which 4 ha appeared this year.

The share of own production of vegetables in Primorye is planned to increase to 80%. To this end, modern winter greenhouses and vegetable stores are being built in the region, which will be equipped with a modern microclimate maintenance system. Also, the Department of Agriculture and Food reported that in the short term Primorye needs for poultry meat will be closed. After that, the region plans to increase production volumes for the delivery of the product to neighboring regions.

The governor of the province Vladimir Miklushevsky repeatedly stated that in conditions of sanctions it is necessary to support the local producer and to develop measures for import substitution of the main types of food.

"By developing local production, we will be able to provide not only ourselves, but also export products to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. We will support the coastal producers in different ways - financially, organizationally, legally," the head of the region emphasized.

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