Executive Committee of the Political Council of UzLiDeP and Council of Farmers of Uzbekistan are conducting regional seminars on the theme “Farmers of Uzbekistan - with international recognition” aimed at explaining to the electorate, entrepreneurs and farmers the priorities defined in the decree of the President of our country “On measures on improving system of procurement and use of fruits, vegetables, potatoes and melons” dated April 12, 2016.
One of these events was held in farm "Green Yard" in Asaka district with the participation of farmers from Andijan, Namangan and Ferghana regions. The seminar focused on the preparation and exports of agricultural products, inform the public, especially dekhkans and farmers about the government’s work in this direction, improve professional knowledge and skills of farmers and etc.
Komiljon Ernazarov, member of UzLiDeP faction in the Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis:
— One of the main tasks of our party is to promote the development of farming enterprises, support for new initiatives in this area, as well as a wide explanatory work among the population. Therefore, at the seminar we have explained in detail the essence and significance of new decree to our electorate - farmers and entrepreneurs and answered all their questions.
Azizbek Daminov, head of the farm "Janoat zamindori" Izbaskan district of Andijan region:
— Due to the successive reforms in agriculture, farms have become the leading force of the agricultural sector. In Andijan region there are 1357 diversified farms. The region produced 566.5 thousand tonnes of vegetables in 2015, including 43.8 thousand tonnes of grapes, 305.1 thousand tonnes of fruits. In the current year, as a result of reorganization of the 968 hectares of land the new intensive orchards and vineyards on 371 hectares will be created, which in turn it will create new jobs, increase in income and export of production.
Barno Mirzamova, head of the farm "Uychi obod zamin" in Uychi district of Namangan region:
— Indeed, the decree opens up new opportunities for farmers. They are free to sell their products on the domestic and foreign markets. At the seminar I received a lot of useful information and I am going to use them to expand my farm.
During the seminar participants learned about the intensive gardens, growing vegetables and melons as well as their storage.