EkoNiva-Semena has taken part in Ural-Agro 2022, a trade fair in Yekaterinburg oblast, to present seeds of varieties delivering high yields even in risky farming zones.
Darya Litvinova, an agronomist and plant breeder from EkoNiva-Semena, has successfully completed the third module of the training course on modern plant breeding technologies. During this final stage of the programme organised at Skolkovo, the attendees studied genomic selection.
EkoNiva has held a sports festival for the families of its employees in Voronezh oblast. Ten teams representing all the regional subdivisions of the company competed for the titles of gold medalists and EkoNiva’s sportiest family.
Agroplem company has awarded EkoNiva for ‘The greatest contribution of accumulated phenotypic data to the cattle genomic evaluation’.
For the first time, Savinskaya Niva has opened its doors for the interns from Oryol State Agricultural University and Kaluga branch of the Moscow Agricultural Academy n. a. K.A. Timiryazev. The organic farm is already running trainings in Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine and soon is going to launch internships for machine operators.
EkoNiva Group, the largest raw milk producer in Russia, has begun spring works in the fields with the first step: fertiliser application to winter crops, such as wheat.
Two winter wheat and two soya bean varieties created by EkoNiva Plant Breeding and Variety Maintenance Centre located in Zashchitnoye, Kursk oblast, have been entered into the State Register of Plant Breeding Achievements.
Sergey Voloshko, Regional Director for Kaluga oblast, has held a meeting with students of the Governor Agricultural College located in Maloyaroslavets district of Kaluga oblast.
Members of FOODOVIK entrepreneurial social network have come to see the production and processing of the highest-quality milk.
The 5th EkoNivaAgro table tennis tournament has taken place in Bobrov district, Voronezh oblast. The event held at the Sports Centre n.a. V. Fetisov featured forty-four EkoNiva employees.