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Russia: For the first time in two years, North Ossetia supplies the regions with barley, rapeseed, flax and soybeans

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Published Nov 28, 2023

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North Ossetia has started exporting crops such as barley, rapeseed, flax, and soybeans to other regions in Russia, which was not done in the previous year. The North Caucasus Interregional Office of Rosselkhoznadzor has been overseeing quarantine phytosanitary control during the shipment of these crops, with a total of 153.4 thousand tons of grain exported so far in 2023. The majority of the grain was sent to the ports of Astrakhan, Dagestan, and the Krasnodar Territory.
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In 2023, North Ossetia began supplying barley, rapeseed, flax and soybeans to other regions of the Russian Federation. Last year, these crops were not exported from the republic, the press service of the North Caucasus Interregional Office of Rosselkhoznadzor reported. "Since the beginning of 2023, the North Caucasus Interregional Directorate of Rosselkhoznadzor has carried out quarantine phytosanitary control during the shipment of grains (wheat, corn, barley) and oilseeds (flax, rapeseed and soybeans) from the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania to the regions of the Russian Federation. In total for this period 153.4 thousand tons of grain were exported,” the report says. Most of the grain was shipped to the ports of the Astrakhan region, the Republic of Dagestan and the Krasnodar Territory. Thus, 103.2 thousand tons of grain were sent to the Republic of Dagestan, 46.24 thousand tons were sent to the Astrakhan region, and about 2 thousand tons of grain were sent to the Krasnodar ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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