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Uralkali sponsored the XV International Grain Round

03.06.2014

Uralkali sponsored the XV International Grain Round

The XV International Grain Round “The grain market — yesterday, today and tomorrow” took place in Gelendzhik between 3 and 6 June 2014. The conference was organised by the Russian Grain Union with the support of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, the Federal Tariff Service and the State Duma Committee on Agriculture. Uralkali was one of the sponsors of the event.

Over 800 representatives from 31 countries, including Russia, USA, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Turkey, Egypt, Indonesia, Singapore and Kazakhstan attended the event this year.

The participants of the conference discussed issues related to legislative support for the industry and regulation of the grain market. The speakers presented production, prices and market environment forecasts .

The conference also featured an extensive discussion of the integration processes in Eurasia. The participants from the CIS spoke about the development of the agricultural sector in the countries of the Customs Union. One of the most important items on the agenda was the competitiveness of the grain industry following Russia’s accession to the WTO.

At the session on new technologies in the grain sector, a report on the experiments held in 2013 and related to the potash fertiliser application was presented. The report, focusing on the cultivation of rice, one of the most important crops for the Krasnodar Territory, highlighted the positive impact of fertilisers on crop quality and confirmed the economic efficiency of fertiliser application.




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