On July 9, in the Bryansk region, the annual exhibition “All-Russian Field Day” started - one of the largest reviews of the achievements of the Russian agro-industrial complex, organized by the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia. This year the event is held not only in the traditional format, but also online, on the Internet platform https://russianfieldday.ru. Visitors to the site can take a virtual tour of the exposition and get acquainted with the current state of the agricultural sector of the country and individual regions, the latest developments of breeders, agricultural machine builders and leading manufacturers of agricultural chemistry, as well as remotely become participants in business events in various industries.
The main difference of the exhibition is the ability to evaluate advanced cultivation technologies, means of production, agricultural machinery and modern varieties of crops in natural conditions on specially prepared sites. In 2020, the exhibition was located on the fields of the Bryansk Agricultural University on an area of 100 hectares. Achievements of breeding work are presented in experimental plots, where more than 450 varieties and hybrids of 24 agricultural crops, including potatoes, wheat, sunflower, and vegetables, were sown. An important part of the exhibition is the display of agricultural machinery, equipment, samples of land reclamation systems and much more.
In the virtual pavilion of the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia, visitors can learn more about digitalization and technical modernization of the agricultural sector, the level of development of agricultural science and education, the reclamation complex, and the achievements of crop production.
July 10, the exhibition "All-Russian Field Day" will be examined by Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev. In addition, the head of the Ministry of Agriculture will hold a key business event with the participation of the regions - a plenary meeting on the topic “Crop production in Russia: strategic guidelines and tools for achieving them.”
The exhibition runs until July 11th.