Russia: Kuban plans to achieve complete import substitution of grape seedlings in 2026

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Published Jan 11, 2024

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The Krasnodar region plans to completely cover its need for grape seedlings by 2026 through the introduction of a new nursery, aiming to produce 7.5 million seedlings. The region already produces 7 million fruit tree seedlings per year. Governor Kondratyev emphasized the strategic goal of achieving complete import substitution in seed production and increasing non-raw material exports.
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The authorities of the Krasnodar region, which is one of the country's leaders in wine production, plan to completely cover the need for grape seedlings by 2026 by introducing a new nursery. This was announced by Vice Governor Andrei Korobka, who oversees the agricultural sector. “This year we plan to produce 5 million grape seedlings. In 2026, we plan to produce, taking into account the future commissioning of the sixth nursery in the Krasnodar Territory at the beginning of this year, 7.5 million seedlings, which will completely cover the needs,” Korobka said during meeting to sum up the results of 2023. He added that the region covers the need for its own fruit tree seedlings multiple times, growing 7 million seedlings per year. In 2024, it is planned to plant 1.8 thousand hectares of vineyards and 1.2 thousand hectares of young orchards in the region. Governor of the Krasnodar Territory Veniamin Kondratyev noted during the meeting that seed import substitution is a strategic ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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