E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Plant Growing and Cereal Grain|
|Published online||04 December 2020|
Scientific support of the rice growing industry of the agroindustrial complex of the Russian Federation in solving the problems of food security
1 Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, 125009, Tverskaya str.11, Moscow, Russia
2 Administration of Krasnodar region, 350044, Krasnaya str.35, Krasnodar, Russia
3 Ministry of agriculture and processing industry of the Krasnodar region, 350044, Rashpilevskaya str.36, Krasnodar, Russia
4 Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution «Federal Scientific Rice Centre», 350921, Belozerny, 3, Krasnodar, Russia
5 FSBI "Rice Stud Farm Krasnoarmeyskiy" named after A.I. Maystrenko, branch of FSBSI "Federal Scientific Rice Centre", 353814, Krasnaya str.33, Oktyabrsky, Krasnoarmeiskiy district, Krasnodar region, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
According to FAOSTAT, in 2018-2019 rice was planted in 118 countries on an area of 167 million hectares, the annual grain production in the world is about 782 million tons. Rice is the most popular cereal in the diet of the Russian consumer. Rice growing is a small but rather important branch of the agro-industrial complex of the Russian Federation. The main rice producers in the world are China (over 214 million tons), India (over 172 million tons), Indonesia (83 million tons), Bangladesh (56 million tons), Vietnam (44 million tons), Thailand (32 million tons) and Myanmar (25 million tons). In the Russian Federation, rice is grown in three federal districts, in nine subjects: in the Southern Federal District - the Republic of Adygea, Kalmykia, Krasnodar, Astrakhan and Rostov Regions; North Caucasian Federal District - Republics of Dagestan and Chechen; Far Eastern Federal District - Primorsky Territory and the Jewish Autonomous Region. Scientific support of the rice-growing industry in the Russian Federation is carried out by the Federal Scientific Rice Centre.
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