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In a strategic leap towards agricultural innovation, Agroholding “Belaya Dacha” has announced a monumental investment of 14 billion rubles in the construction of a state-of-the-art greenhouse complex in Stavropol. This ambitious project, specializing in tomato cultivation, is set to bolster the existing extensive greenhouse facilities in the region, marking a new chapter in Stavropol’s agricultural prowess.
According to a statement released by the Stavropol Krai Governor, Vladimir Vladimirov, the regional administration is fully supportive of this initiative. The first complex established by “Belaya Dacha” in 2019 already showcased their commitment to excellence. Now, with the commencement of the construction of this second complex in 2023, the region is slated to witness remarkable progress over the next two years.
Upon completion, the greenhouse complex is projected to yield over 20,000 tons of tomatoes annually, significantly contributing to the local economy and the agricultural sector. The regional government has also extended its cooperation, working closely with the agroholding to expedite the integration of the new greenhouse into essential infrastructures such as utilities and electricity grids.
Currently, Stavropol’s greenhouse complexes collectively yield an impressive 80,000 tons of vegetables per year, with tomatoes accounting for 64,000 tons of this bounty. Notably, the Ministry of Agriculture of Stavropol allocates funds to support greenhouse modernization efforts. One such subsidy, dedicated to innovative technologies like supplementary lighting, has proven instrumental. Modernized greenhouses implementing these technologies have exhibited a remarkable 14% increase in overall yield, showcasing the efficacy of strategic agricultural investments.
The monumental investment of 14 billion rubles by Agroholding “Belaya Dacha” stands as a testament to Stavropol’s commitment to agricultural advancement. This significant injection of funds not only augments the region’s tomato production capabilities but also underscores the collaborative synergy between private enterprises and regional authorities. As the new greenhouse complex becomes operational in 2025, it is poised to redefine the landscape of tomato farming in Stavropol, elevating the region’s agricultural sector to unprecedented heights of productivity and sustainability.