According to Nursultan Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan and Russia have a big advantage when it comes to food security.
According to EBRD President Sir Suma Chakrabarti, food in Kazakhstan is very delicious and the best wheat in the world grows in this Central Asian country.
Kazakhstani delegation presented a pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015 on May 1st.
Kazakhstan plans to repeat the last year’s harvest with the gross collection of grain amounting to 17.2 million tons.
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev checked on the state of grain crops at Kutuzovka-Alibi fields and the goods produced by the local farmers.
Kazakhstan intends to increase grain exports to Russia amid the sanctions Russia imposed on agricultural products import from the western countries supporting sanctions against Russia.
The Ministry of Agriculture has reported on the quality of crops and yields of different regions of Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstani scientists have invented a method to increase yield of agricultural crops that can possibly bring them a Nobel price nomination.
For the recent 4 years the revenues have grown almost 2.5 times. The overall 2013 revenues made up $1.2 billion, whereas back in 2009 the figure only stood at $600 million.
Russia imported 571.7 thousand tons of wheat via railway from Kazakhstan from July 1, 2013 to February 28, 2014 that is 35.8% more than last agricultural year.
The plan is to sow crops at the area of 21.4 million hectares, which is almost at the level of 2012: Kazakhstan Minister.
Two years ago we started a joint project with Australian center of functional economy and research to increase drought-resistance of our wheat: expert.
First Vice Prime-Minister Serik Akhmetov decided that this technology is vital during his trip to drought-ridden Kostanay oblast.
The damage will not threaten the food security of the oblast, agriculture department promises.
Saken Seifullin Kazakh Agronomic University research fellows made a miniature yurt consisting of 13 cereals.
29 million tons of grain was harvested last year and 10.8 million tons are currently stored in the elevators and grain reception centers.
The area under this spring's sowing is to make 18.8 million hectares, with the total area under crops at 21.5 million hectares.
Wheat harvest in Ukraine may be 37 percent less than last year in 2012, and a 36 percent drop in Kazakhstan's harvest is expected as well.
Current monthly grain exports stand at 1 million tons with flour exports standing at 300 000 tons.
In 2010 Iran introduced ban on imports of 20 agricultural produce items, including wheat and rice.