Russia: The area for next season's harvest in the Krasnodar Territory remained at the current year level
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Published Oct 2, 2023
Farmers in the Krasnodar Territory of Russia have begun sowing winter crops on 2 million hectares of land. The region is known for its agriculture and is considered a key contributor to the country's food security. The government has allocated significant funds to support and develop crop production in the territory, allowing farmers to update equipment and modernize production.
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Farmers from one of the main agricultural regions of the Russian Federation, the Krasnodar Territory, have begun the sowing campaign of winter crops; farms are fully supplied with seeds of domestic selection; about 2 million hectares are allocated for the crop. The governor of the Krasnodar Territory, Veniamin Kondratyev, told reporters about this. In the Krasnodar Territory, about 2 million hectares were allocated for the harvest of the 2023 agricultural year; seeds of domestic selection were mainly used. In the current agricultural year, 11.3 million tons of grains and legumes were harvested, of which 9.6 million tons of wheat. “In Kuban, farmers have begun sowing winter grain crops. This year, 1 million 775 thousand hectares were allocated for wheat, barley, triticale and rapeseed. Farms are fully provided with seeds of domestic selection - 419 thousand tons have been prepared. Farmers plan to complete all sowing work until the end October,” says the statement of the head of ...