Russia: Inspectors surveyed a greenhouse growing tulips in permafrost conditions

In early March, inspectors from the Office of the Rosselkhoznadzor for the Amur Region and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) monitored the production of the greenhouse out of Maya Megino-Kangalassky district of Yakutia.

The basis was the statement of an individual entrepreneur who got drunk in the Office of the Rosselkhoznadzor for the Amur Region and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

It is noteworthy that the greenhouse stands on permafrost, but starting in February, the flowers are ready for sale. Tulip bulbs grow right in the water, and sensors located indoors measure temperature, humidity, and evaluate other factors that affect the growth and flowering of tulips.

This greenhouse is a family business and has been operating on the territory of the Republic for the second year, but its products are purchased not only by residents of the village. Maya, but also in other settlements of Yakutia.

In 2023, more than ten varieties of tulips of different colors were planted in the greenhouse. To this end, in December last year, more than half a million bulbs were delivered to Yakutia by road from the Moscow Region under the control of inspectors from the Rosselkhoznadzor.

During the survey, the inspectors examined the plants for damaged leaves and buds, took samples, and sent them to the laboratory for analysis. The work was carried out to monitor the phytosanitary well-being of grown plants.

In addition to the already grown plants, in February of this year, on the basis of notification of the delivery of products received from the individual entrepreneur G.I. During the inspection, no quarantine objects were found, and the products were approved for sale on the territory of Yakutia.


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