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This year, 133 farms received grants for the development of gardens and greenhouses in Ukraine

Fruits
Fresh Grape
Ukraine
Innovation & Technology
Published Dec 10, 2023

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The government grant program "eRobota" in Ukraine has paid UAH 1.3 million to 4 agricultural enterprises for the development of horticulture, berry growing, and viticulture. This year, a total of 133 farms received UAH 557.6 million in aid for the development of gardens and greenhouses. The program provides support for small and medium-sized businesses in the form of grants, with a maximum of 70% of the project cost and no more than 10 million hryvnias.
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Within the framework of the government grant program for supporting small and medium-sized businesses "eRobota", another 4 agricultural enterprises were paid UAH 1.3 million. The funds will be directed to the development of horticulture, berry growing, and viticulture, the press service of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine reports. In total, this year 133 farms received state aid in the amount of UAH 557.6 million for the development of gardens and greenhouses. In particular, UAH 433.7 million was paid to 108 farms for gardens. Another 25 enterprises received UAH 123.9 million for the development of greenhouse farms, the department explained. Since the beginning of the program, UAH 605.9 million has been paid to 141 economic entities. In particular, 114 farms received UAH 468 million for the development of horticulture, berry growing and viticulture, and UAH 137.9 million — 27 greenhouse enterprises. Grants were fully paid out to 115 farms this year. Certificate. ...
Source: Landlord
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