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APH ECO-Culture takes part in Agrorus-2019 exhibition

International agro-industrial exhibition-fair “Agrorus” took place in Saint-Petersburg in ExpoForum exhibition center on July 10-12. The opening ceremony wasa attended by the Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation Dmitry Patrushev and the Chairman of the Government of the Leningrad Region for the agro-industrial sector Oleg Malashchenko.

ECO-Culture participated in the event as part of the Leningrad Region delegation. The holding presented to the visitors the vegetables produced in its greenhouse complexes located in the region.

Popular tomato, cucumber, and lettuce varieties are grown in the “ECO-Culture” greenhouses built in the Leningrad Region. All products are grown without the use of growth stimulants or chemical protectors. The vegetables are cultivated in environmentally friendly conditions and represent an example of tasty and useful domestic products that can successfully compete with their import analogs.

Agrorus is a well-known Russian exhibition platform that allows small- and medium-sized agro-industrial enterprises to demonstrate their annual achievements while promoting their products to customers. The event brings together specialists from all over the country, as well as foreign representatives to exchange practices, establish partnerships, and assess the prospects for further development of the sector. The leading companies of processing and food industries, as well as equipment providers and major retail chains of the country participated in the project.

This year, more than 600 companies had a chance to present their products and solutions. Traditional regional food, the latest agricultural technology, as well as related goods and services were demonstrated to the audience. The event featured public discussions, the conclusion of agreements on cooperation, business partnership, and supply of goods between participants and visitors.

The Leningrad stand showcasing the achievements of APH ECO-Culture turned out to be the most spectacular. There were fish tanks, flowers hanging from the ceiling, and plenty of vegetables grown in the greenhouse complexes. On the area of 40 m2, the products and achievements of 20 regional enterprises were exhibited.