Establishing new gardens is in progress in Dagestan
» Establishing new gardens is in progress in…
A total of 1424.5 ha has been established in Dagestan as of 8 December at the targeted 1100 ha. The total established area includes 673.5 of intensive gardens.
This fall alone registered 161.5 ha of new gardens in the republic, with works still underway. The leader for established areas is the Magaramkentsky area with 461 ha, 286 ha of which are intensive-type gardens. Kizilyurtovsky area ranks second, with a total of 179 ha established, including 110 ha of intensive gardens. Kaitagsky, Derbentsky, Karabudakhkentsky, Akhtysky, and Sergokalinsky areas also demonstrate good results, accounting for 49 – 88 ha of gardens each, including intensive orchards.
Gardening is a conventional and essential branch of Dagestan’s agriculture, being a paramount focus of the regional economy.
The sector is a top priority under import substitution conditions. In this context, from 2014 onwards, more than 1.5 k ha of gardens are being established in Dagestan annually. According to forecasts, the region will feature more than 4 k ha of new gardens by 2020.
More than 900 ha of gardens have been established this year in the Tambov region
Tambov authorities have labelled gardening as one of the top priorities of regional agriculture development in the short run. For the first time in recent years gardening receives support as of 335m RUB. Alexander Nikitin, Governor of the Tambov region, has set the goal to establish 50 ha of perennial plantings in each region’s area….
Polish technologies will be applied to grow apples in the Smolensk region
The investor from Poland is ready to facilitate the project called Sady Smolenshchiny, which stipulates for establishing the intensive fruit-tree orchard. Project investment totals 160m RUB. European agrarians have long ago adopted intensive technologies, providing for higher yield per hectare, thus reducing production cost. This approach is expected to be uptaken in the Smolensk region….
The Krasnodar Territory will spend 100m RUB on small gardens support in 2018
The Krasnodar Territory will allocate 100m RUB in the regional programme for the support of small gardens in 2018, as announced by the Governor Veniamin Kondratyev. “We are launching the “Small garden” programme next year. Within its framework, the territory will reimburse up to 90% of agrarian costs establishing less than 3 ha. The pilot…