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The safety of locally grown vegetables in greenhouses near Krasnoyarsk has been confirmed following initial research. The regional branch of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) reported the successful results, indicating that the early local produce is now entering the market. Ongoing checks are being conducted to analyze the nitrate nitrogen content and residual pesticide levels in the vegetables, with samples taken to the laboratory of the Krasnoyarsk Reference Center of Rosselkhoznadzor. The safety control measures will continue throughout the entire growing season for these fruits and vegetables.
The recent developments in the greenhouse industry near Krasnoyarsk have brought forth promising results with the successful growth of the first batch of vegetables. With the demand for locally sourced produce on the rise, the regional branch of Rosselkhoznadzor conducted thorough research to ensure the safety and quality of the vegetables before they enter the market.
According to Rosselkhoznadzor, 36 samples of various vegetables, including lettuce, cucumber, Chinese cabbage, and zucchini, were collected from seven greenhouse complexes in the Berezovsky and Emelyanovsky districts. These samples were sent to the laboratory of the Krasnoyarsk Reference Center of Rosselkhoznadzor for analysis. The focus of the research was to determine the levels of nitrate nitrogen and residual pesticides, both of which are crucial indicators of food safety.
After completing the analysis, the results for 17 vegetable samples have been obtained. The findings confirm that the vegetables meet the safety requirements specified in the regulatory documents. This positive outcome provides reassurance to consumers and strengthens the credibility of the local greenhouse industry.
The successful verification of the safety of vegetables grown in greenhouses near Krasnoyarsk holds several significant consequences. Firstly, it ensures that consumers have access to fresh and safe produce that is free from harmful levels of nitrate nitrogen and pesticides. This is particularly important in the context of rising health-consciousness and the preference for locally sourced food.