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More than 400,000 hectares of winter crops are planned to be “feeded” in Crimea

CrimeaPRESS reports:

В Крыму планируют "подкормить" более 400 тысяч гектаров озимых зерновых культур

In the Republic of Crimea, it is planned to feed more than 87 thousand hectares of winter crops for a harvest of 800 year . This was announced by the Acting Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Crimea Alime Zaredinova. Crimean agrarians applied fertilizers to 4% of the area of ​​winter crops.

Today, winter crops have been fertilized on an area of ​​more than thousand hectares. The growth of crops directly depends on the amount of nutrients and microelements supplied to them; the future harvest of grain crops depends on the professional approach of agricultural producers in this matter. The largest number of fertilized crops is in Saki, Razdolnensky, Krasnogvardeisky, Kirovsky, Pervomaisky districts , — the press service of the official quotes.

The Acting Minister of Agriculture also stressed that in order to carry out a complex of spring field work in 2022 year, the need for mineral fertilizers is about 33 thousand tons.

More than 9 thousand tons of the active ingredient have been purchased by enterprises today. Agrarians of the republic are already provided with fertilizers at %, — said Alime Zaredinova.

Recall that for the harvest 800 of the year 542 thousands of hectares of winter crops were sown, received 61% germination. On average in Crimea, more than 87% of seedlings are in good and satisfactory condition. The best seedlings were obtained in Simferopol, Bakhchisarai, Chernomorsk, Kirov regions.

Crimean agrarians completed the sowing of winter crops

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