The year-round greenhouse complex on permafrost “Sayuri” plans to increase the output of vegetables to 2.7 thousand tons next year, the head of Yakutia Aisen Nikolaev wrote in his telegram channel.
“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 thousand 701 tons,” Nikolaev wrote.
The head of Yakutia visited the complex together with the Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Maxim Reshetnikov.
Earlier, the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development of the Russian Federation clarified that the greenhouse will produce 2.6 thousand tons of vegetables by the end of 2022.
As reported, Sayuri is a joint Russian-Japanese project implemented in Yakutia since 2016 within the framework of the advanced development territory of Yakutia. The developer of the project is the Japanese Hokkaido Corporation.
The greenhouse complex is located near Yakutsk in the village of Syrdakh. The project started in 2016 with a small experimental greenhouse with an area of 0.1 hectares.
In 2018, the harvest was 28.5 tons. In April 2019, the second greenhouse was put into operation, about 250 tons of vegetables were harvested in 2019. In 2020, the construction of the third stage began, which was completed at the end of 2021. In 2021, more than 1.4 thousand tons of vegetables were produced.
After reaching the full capacity of the complex, the company will cover 20-25% of the Yakutsk market with its products, about 10% of the republic.
A source: https://www.interfax-russia.ru