Thursday, July 19, 2018, the state Duma considered in the second reading the draft law on organic agriculture.
In Russia already more than 10 years developing organic farming and production, but still, this sphere is not regulated by law. Attempts of legislative consolidation of the term "organic" began in 2003 and 2005, when the Federation Council passed the first discussion of the problem, but it has not received further development. In 2012, the Ministry of agriculture of the Russian Federation has prepared the first edition of the Law "On producing ecologically clean (organic) agricultural products and amendments to legislative acts of the Russian Federation", but it was not supported either by the community producers of organic matter or by the authorities. The development of the bill connected organic community, and this new version became the basis of the bill, but the way it again took place slowly. And finally the bill was introduced in the state Duma.
19 July 2018 on the industrial site of JSC "KuibyshevAzot" opening high-tech production of ammonia, which was built under a joint venture (JV) of PJSC "KuibyshevAzot" and Linde Group (Germany), one of the largest global companies in the field of production of technical gases and engineering.
The participants and guests of the large-scale holiday "Day of the Bryansk field - 2018" which took place on the basis of the Bryansk state agricultural University, was a delegation Gordeevskogo district. It provided: the head of the district, Chairman of the Council of people's deputies Alexander Samusenko, the head of the regional Department of agriculture Victor Minchenko, heads of agricultural enterprises and peasant farms.
Already processed almost half of the space.
ABH Miratorg increased the production of animal feed by 3.9% to 760 thousand tons in the first half of 2018.
APH "Miratorg", the largest vertically integrated agro-industrial holding in Russia, for the first six months of 2018, increased the total production capacity of feed factories in the Belgorod and Bryansk regions by 3.9% to 760 thousand tons.
Statistics for June are good, but growth prospects is not obvious.
The company will become the largest producer of dry yeast in Russia with a capacity of 20 thousand tons per year.