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Selection and seed production have become one of the most supported areas in the Russian agro-industrial complex

Nuts & Seeds
Russia
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 28, 2024

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The Russian Ministry of Agriculture is focusing on the development of seed production and selection, implementing measures such as preferential lending, cost compensation, and demand support. The goal is to reach a 75% seed supply indicator as per the Food Security Doctrine. A new federal law on seed production has been enacted, and a Seed Information System for traceability will be introduced. Efforts are also being made to localize the production of foreign seeds and control their volume in the domestic market.
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Selection and seed production are among the priority areas of state support, which is reflected both in the amount of funding and in the number of measures. This was stated by First Deputy Minister of Agriculture Oksana Lut at the forum “Domestic selection at the junction of times: classical approaches and the latest trends”, which was held today at the International Exhibition and Forum “Russia”. The event was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, scientific, federal state budgetary institutions, as well as regions and business. According to Oksana Lut, for the last two years the Ministry of Agriculture has been paying priority attention to the development of this area. This includes building interaction between science and business, which should set tasks for seed growers and breeders in terms of product characteristics and quality. In addition, it is important, while preserving the scientific ...
Source: Agronovosti
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