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In the Lviv region of Ukraine, the producers of niche crops are compensated 50% of the cost of seeds

На Львівщині виробникам нішевих культур компенсують 50% вартості насіння
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Jan 24, 2022
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In the Lviv region in 2022, farmers who will grow niche crops will be provided with financial support in the form of partial reimbursement of the cost of purchased seeds in the amount of up to 50% of the cost of seeds. This was reported in the Department of Agricultural Development of Lviv Regional State Administration. "The maximum amount of financial support for one business entity is UAH 50.0 thousand per year.
The cost of seeds of domestic production of buckwheat, rye, triticale, millet, oil flax, beans, peas, vetch, beans, mustard, radish oil, asparagus (asparagus), sweet potatoes, indoor vegetables, cabbage (broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower) is subject to reimbursement. pumpkins, zucchini, squash, parsley, celery, parsnips, turnips, radishes, radishes, "- said in a statement. It is noted that a comprehensive program of support and development of agriculture in Lviv region is planned for 2021-2025. Partial reimbursement of purchased high-yielding seeds of niche crops of domestic production will encourage farmers to purchase tested, certified and high-yielding seed material, which will increase crop yields and, accordingly, their gross production. Along with growing major crops, growing a niche group allows producers to expand their markets in a new segment and increase business profitability, "said Tetyana Hetman, director of the Lviv ...
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