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In 2023, Kalmykia’s vegetable producers reaped the rewards of their hard work, gathering a substantial autumn harvest totaling 11 thousand tons, according to the Ministry of Agriculture’s press service. The cultivation areas dedicated to open-field potatoes and vegetables spanned approximately 350 hectares, with the largest vegetable plots flourishing in the Yashkul and Lagan districts. The state actively stimulates open-field vegetable farming, evident in the substantial subsidy of 3.5 million rubles granted to Kalmyk agricultural producers this year to encourage the production of vegetables and potatoes.
Kalmykia’s remarkable harvest in 2023 showcases the synergy between government support and agricultural innovation. The successful utilization of subsidies has not only resulted in a substantial yield but has also positioned Kalmykia as a promising hub for open-field vegetable cultivation. As we celebrate this achievement, it’s crucial to recognize the pivotal role of state initiatives in fostering sustainable and productive farming practices.