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Uzbekistan plans to produce 8.235 million tonnes of fruit and vegetable products in 2018.On 3 April, the Government of Uzbekistan issued a resolution “On measures to improve the efficiency of the use of land plots of farms in the area of vegetable growing, melon crops, horticulture and viticulture”.
A new company, Chiliuz, was opened in Uzbekistan to develop production and export of hot pepper.
Adaptation to climate change is a process that requires increasingly flexible and diversified approaches to the system of natural resource and agricultural production management. At the same time, the involvement of farmers and dekhkans in adaptation activities, the improvement of their knowledge on the use of climate resilient technologies that ensure resource conservation with special emphasis on water conservation play an important role.
More than 120 farmers from Andijan, Namangan and Fergana regions are attending trainings being held from 14 to 16 March, on implementation of GLOBALG.A.P international standard. The introduction of Good Agricultural Practice (G.A.P.) helps to increase quality of agricultural products, expand export markets and increase farms’ profits.
President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev familiarized himself with economic projects during his visit to Karmana district of Navoi region.