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Dmitry Patrushev reported to the President of Russia on the current situation in the agricultural sector

  • 11 Dec 11:20

Dmitry Patrushev reported to the President of Russia on the current situation in the agricultural sector On December 9, President of Russia Vladimir Putin held a session with members of the Government.As part of the event, the Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev delivered areporton the current situation in the Russian agricultural sector and the preliminary results of 2020. The Minister noted that this year agrarians would harvest over 131 million tonnes of grain in net weight, which is one of the most significant. Read more...

Ministry of Agriculture: the agricultural sector can grow by 1%

  • 8 Jul 10:04

Ministry of Agriculture: the agricultural sector can grow by 1% This year, agricultural production may increase by 1% compared to 2019 with a planned value of 1.8%, according to the National Report of the Ministry of Agriculture following the implementation of the state program for agricultural development. Relative to the base year 2017, the industry will grow by 4.8% against the target of 3.8%. Including plant growing, it is expected to add 1.9% to last year, livestock - 1.5%. Under favorable economic and weather conditions, forecast indicators may be higher. According to the forecast of the ministry, the gross harvest of grain and legumes this year will be 121.9 million tons, which is 0.6% more than in 2019. In mid-June,. Read more...

Russia’s flourishing agricultural sector on course for another good harvest

  • 10 Jan 09:43

Russia’s flourishing agricultural sector on course for another good harvest Russia had a bumper grain crop in the 2019 agricultural marketing year (MY19), which ends on July 1, and is on track to have another good year in the 2020 season with a harvest of 121mn tonnes, according to official forecasts. Grain production was up 9% y/y to 123mn tonnes in MY19, which also saw exports of 45.5mn tonnes. Those results were down slightly on the year before (135.4mn tonnes and 54.6mn tonnes), when all time highs were set, including the Soviet-era. Thanks to heavy investment by the state, as part of its autarky food security policy, agriculturehas been one of the most dynamic growth sectors and a real policy success as Russia attempts to. Read more...

Russian government will allocate 6 billion to support projects in the agricultural sector

  • 12 Dec 09:36

Russian government will allocate 6 billion to support projects in the agricultural sector Russian agricultural producers should receive about six billion rubles for new investment projects in livestock and crop production, TASS reports citing Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. This was stated by Medvedev at a government meeting. According to him, 33 regions will receive funds. They will be aimed at compensating part of the costs of projects for the construction and modernization of cattle f arms, greenhouse complexes, breeding centers, vegetable and grain storages and processing enterprises. Several of these projects can be implemented before the end of the year, and some others - at the beginning. Read more...

Improving product quality is a priority for the development of Russian agriculture - Ministry of Agriculture

  • 15 Jul 09:55

Improving product quality is a priority for the development of Russian agriculture - Ministry of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev, Minister of Agriculture of Russia, stressed that Russian agricultural sector has demonstrated stable growth rates in recent years. The Ministry of Agriculture considers that the main priority of the development of the Russian agro-industrial complex is to improve product quality. This was announced by the Minister of Agriculture of Russia Dmitry Patrushev during the opening of the exhibition of advanced technologies in agricultural production "All-Russian Field Day - 2019". “Today, our main priority is, of course, quality. It is high-quality agricultural products that will ensure the implementation of our strategic plans,” said. Read more...