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The unique Japanese greenhouse has become more in Yakutia
In Yakut in the village of Syrdakh, the second phase of the year-round greenhouses Sayuri opened. Thanks to the expansion of the area 13 times, this year they will be able to grow almost 400 tons of vegetables.
An experimental greenhouse was built in 2016, together with the Japanese company Hokkaido Corporation. The project has become unique in Russia and in the world, because for the first time ever, they were able to grow vegetables in a harsh northern climate. According to the press service of the government of Yakutia, the technology has proved its viability: last year 28,5 thousand kg of vegetables were gathered there, revenues amounted to 6,1 million rubles. This year in the greenhouse they plan to get 395 tons of environmentally friendly cucumbers, tomatoes and greens.
The expansion of the greenhouse continues - in two years its area will be 34 thousand square meters. meters Now greenhouse "Sayuri" is a key Russian-Japanese project in Yakutia.