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467 hectares of orchards will be replaced by modern plantations in the Samarkand region (Uzbekistan)

It is planned to remove plantations and vineyards recognized as economically inefficient, unprofitable or unsuitable on 467 hectares in the Samarkand region of Uzbekistan in 2022. Instead of them, new intensive orchards will be created using modern technologies. In case of inexpediency, these lands will be used to grow other crops, EastFruit experts report with reference to the Khalq suzi (People’s Word) publication.

According to the chief inspector of the Department of the Inspection on the control of agro-industrial complex for the Samarkand region, work on the removal of orchards and vineyards recognized as economically inefficient will be done in the spring and autumn. 67 hectares of vineyards and 400 hectares of orchards in the region are planned to remove in 2022. Of these, work on 221 hectares is scheduled in spring.

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Non efficient orchards and vineyards are removed and replaced with new modern plantations in Uzbekistan under the Regulation of the Cabinet of Ministers “On the procedure for determining unsuitable economically inefficient, low-yielding orchards and vineyards” to implement the Presidential Decree “On measures for the efficient use of land and water resources in agriculture economy” dated June 18, 2019.

According to the documents, starting from 2020, a special commission consisting of representatives of authorized state bodies and the Council of Farms shall form a target list of unsuitable or low-yielding orchards and vineyards until October 1 of each year. If they are recognized as economically inefficient, new modern intensive orchards and vineyards shall be created in their place. If this is not feasible, these lands shall be used to grow other export-oriented and highly profitable crops.


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