The enterprise provides the residents of Yakutia with affordable vegetables all year round.
The largest development organization VEB.RF will continue to support the project of the unique Sayuri greenhouse complex in Yakutia. According to Aleksey Luzhinsky, Managing Director of the Far East and Arctic Development Block of VEB.RF, the key phases in the development of the enterprise for year-round vegetable production have been completed, and the greenhouse complex has reached industrial production volumes.
“Sayuri greenhouses” provide the inhabitants of Yakutia with high-quality and affordable vegetables all year round. In a constructive dialogue with the regional authorities, the Ministry for the Development of the Far East has developed priority areas for development that provide for maintaining high production volumes, expanding the product range, and introducing advanced Russian-made technologies,” said Alexey Luzhinsky.
Sayuri is one of the most significant investment projects in Yakutia. It was implemented in the priority development area with the active support of VEB structures. Starting from a small experimental greenhouse, the complex has grown into one of the largest vegetable producers in the Far East. From the beginning of the year to May 1, 850 tons of vegetables were harvested in Sayuri greenhouses, plans for the year are more than three times higher – 2.6 thousand tons. The enterprise closes from 20% to 30% of the total demand for vegetable products in the region.
Sayuri’s main products are cucumbers, tomatoes and herbs. The enterprise is actively experimenting both with the cultivation of fruits and berries, and mastering new technologies. So, in addition to sodium lamps, LED lamps began to be installed in greenhouse blocks – this made it possible to increase productivity up to 30%.