In Moscow with the support of the government and the Ministry of industry and trade hosted the 5th anniversary international specialized exhibition "import Substitution".
Uzbekistan - a country of smiles and warmth for the first time takes part in the exhibition Flowersexpo. Gulshan – hothouse for hi-tech cultivation of cut roses by the method of small-volume hydroponics and drip irrigation began its work 5 years ago. Its portfolio includes about 50 varieties of roses. Unlike the Uzbeks Agroholding "Search" - longtime Exhibitor. Your stand here it is more than 10 years. This company is a leader in the market of seeds and planting material.
Bright flowers of various colors and shapes. Seems better already and can not be. But every year, the exhibition Flowersexpo manages to capture the imagination, forcing us to marvel at its scale and beauty.
In Moscow was held the Fifth all-Russian scientific-practical conference "Russian sturgeon culture", dedicated to the 150th anniversary of sturgeon breeding. That's when Russian scientist Fyodor Ovsyannikov was first obtained by artificial reproduction of offspring from sturgeon. The forum was organized by the Union Ostrovidov of Russia and the Federal Agency for fishery.
The bakery market in Russia is not less than 750 billion rubles. In the Moscow chamber of Commerce held a press-conference on the theme: "Quality of bread: yesterday, today, tomorrow". First and foremost, we are talking about the price of this important product.
This summer the number one problem for beekeepers of the country became the mass death of honeybees. The centre estimates this trouble was encountered in 25 regions of Russia. Mainly because of the treatments fields with pesticides. Says Anna Brandorf, ACTING Director of the Federal scientific center of beekeeping (G. fish).
The robotic arm for picking apples and platform monitoring solution fields.
Production of cultivated mushrooms today - one of the most promising directions in agriculture. This year, the volume of mushroom production can reach 55 thousand tons. At the current pace of development of domestic mushroom producers will be able to supply the domestic market in 2020. The main demand is for mushrooms. The proportion of these fungi in the total production is about 70%. There is a growing demand for oyster mushrooms, but due to problems with compost production of these mushrooms becomes unprofitable, indicators of growing fall. Exotic mushrooms, for example shiitake, eringi, shimeji, which in recent years began to appear more frequently in retail, yet remain a niche product due to the low demand and the complexity of the technology of cultivation.