The greenhouse complex “Sayuri” and “Yakut Bakery” were visited by the Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Maxim Reshetnikov and the head of Yakutia Aisen Nikolaev. During the visit, they reviewed the current tasks of enterprises and possible options for state support.
In Sayuri, the minister and the minister shared plans for the production of vegetables and talked about the costs that go to providing lighting for greenhouses. The greenhouse complex was the first in the world to establish the cultivation of cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplants, greens and strawberries in permafrost and extremely low temperatures. At the same time, the yield here corresponds to the average level for greenhouse complexes in the country.
“The experience of Yakutia has shown that such year-round greenhouses can be built in permafrost conditions. Despite the fact that winter frosts are already in Yakutia, vegetables, greens and even strawberries grow in greenhouses. Production volumes are growing annually — next year the team plans to reach 2,701 tons,” the head of the republic noted.
A source: https://ysia.ru