Russia continues rising its interest in the production of pulses
During recent years Russia continues increasing its interest in the production of pulses, which is witnessed by the annual growth of planted areas under the crops. So, during 5 years the planted areas of pulses in the country increased from the level of 1 mln ha in 2008 to 1.8 mln ha in 2012. In 2013 the planted areas of pulses in Russia increased to the record index - 2 02 mln ha. Also, the share of pulses in the general planted areas of grain crops in Russia increased from the level of 2.2% in 2008 to 4.4% in 2013.
You can become acquainted with the dynamics of pulses production, rating of the federal districts of the Russian Federation on crops production, and other aspects of development of the Russian market of pulses from the new study of APK-Inform Agency "Market of peas, beans, chickpeas in Ukraine and Russia" .
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