Tea-growing Lands in Sochi to Receive Special Status

Tea-growing Lands in Sochi to Receive Special Status

Source: https://sunsochi-apartments.ru/aboutsochi

The total area of land suitable for tea cultivation in Sochi today is 1203 hectares. At the same time, tea plantations in the Krasnodar Krai occupy an area of just over 400 hectares. It is planned to restore up to 40% of these lands.

"It is planned to approve a special status for territories suitable for tea cultivation, following the example of lands suitable for grape cultivation. A roadmap for the development of the tea industry will be developed for each farm," said Svetlana Kalinina, Deputy Head of Sochi.

The state program plans to include measures for inventory, purchase of planting material, land reclamation, soil assessment, development of agritourism and other areas.

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