Russia: Sugar beet and corn seeds from Kuban will begin to be supplied to Belarus

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Published Nov 23, 2023

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The Krasnodar Territory in Russia has agreed to supply sugar beet seeds and corn of the Kuban selection to Belarus. This decision was made during bilateral negotiations between the authorities of both regions, with the aim of improving business cooperation and partnership development. The Krasnodar region is the largest producer of sugar beets and beet sugar in Russia, and the regional administration has developed a program to further enhance sugar beet seed production.
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The authorities of the Krasnodar Territory and Belarus have agreed on the supply of sugar beet seeds and corn of the Kuban selection to the republic, said the governor of the Russian region, Veniamin Kondratyev. “During bilateral negotiations with the head of the government of the Republic of Belarus, Roman Golovchenko, we assessed the interim results of business cooperation and the most promising areas for the development of partnerships... We agreed on the supply of sugar beet seeds and corn of the Kuban selection to the Republic of Belarus,” Kondratyev wrote on the Telegram channel following the meeting as part of the anniversary exhibition of agricultural machinery "YUGAGRO". In 2022, in Kuban, seed crops of domestic sugar beets were planted on an area of about 243 hectares, such significant areas were allocated for the first time. It was noted that these seeds could cover up to 50% of the sown area. The Krasnodar region is the largest ...
Source: Zol
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