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Moskvich returned to his native Primorye for growing melons and watermelons on "Far Eastern hectares"
A resident of the village of Volno-Nadezhdinsky, Primorsky Territory, Mikhail Markov designed himself and members of the 13 family of "Far Eastern hectares" and returned to his native region to grow vegetables, watermelons and melons on the allocated land.
"Hectares" the farmer is learning the second year. In the past season, grown about 15 tons of potatoes, 12 tons of watermelons and five tons of melons. According to Mikhail Markov, the harvest could have been richer if he had managed to purchase machinery and attract more workers to collect vegetables and melons. As the press service of Minsk region informs, now the owner of a free allotment thinks to sell products "from the field" and sell tickets for self-gathering.
"Our" hectares "are located just a kilometer from the village, so I think this option will be in demand. This year, we expanded the cultivated area to seven hectares, and in the next - we plan to go to 100% of the territory. By that time our own brand will be developed, and we will enter the markets of Vladivostok and Nadezhdinsky district, "said Mikhail Markov.