Farmers from the front line and affected areas can get corn seeds for free

Опубліковано 15 April 2024 року, о 17:48

Each participant in this program will be eligible to receive up to 25 sowing units per farm, which will be sufficient to sow 25 hectares. Applications will be accepted until April 21. The Ministry of Agrarian Policy’s website states this.

Agricultural producers with 5 to 500 hectares under cultivation, registered as legal entities or individual entrepreneurs, will be eligible for assistance. This includes family farms.

Farmers from the frontline and affected areas (except TOT) will get help in the following regions:

– Dnipropetrovs’k, Donetsk,

– Donetsk,

– Zaporizhzhia,

– Kyiv (Bucha, Vyshgorod, Fastiv, and Brovary districts),

– Luhansk,

– Mykolaiv (Mykolaiv and Bashtanka districts),

– Sumy (Shostka, Konotop, Sumy, Okhtyrka districts),

– Kharkiv,

– Kherson,

– Chernihiv (Chernihiv, Koryukiv, Novhorod-Siverskyi districts).

To get seeds, farmers must register in the State Agrarian Register

under USAID AGRO Dekalb Corn Seeds, 2024.

The U.S. government will give 15,756 seed units to farmers for this year’s spring sowing season as part of the AGRI-Ukraine initiative and Bayer. The USAID AGRI Program is implementing the initiative.

The seeds will be distributed at the end of April 2024.