As dry weather increasing worries farmers, HarvEast Holding turned on the taps last week for an irrigation system
Thursday, June 7, 2018

As dry weather increasing worries farmers, HarvEast Holding turned on the taps last week for an irrigation system

As dry weather increasing worries farmers, HarvEast Holding turned on the taps last week for an irrigation system to water 740 hectares in Manhush, Donetsk region. The sprinkler system is part of a 5-year plan to irrigate 5,000 hectares of land, largely near the Sea of Azov. So far, the company has invested $2.5 million on modern irrigation.

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