Main / IRN BR21882327 “Development of new technologies for organic production and processing of agricultural products” for 2023-2025
IRN BR21882327 “Development of new technologies for organic production and processing of agricultural products” for 2023-2025


For Kazakhstan, which has vast, ecologically clean arable land and pastures (in Kazakhstan, mineral fertilizers are applied to only 10.7% of the total sown area of agricultural land, the application of chemical pesticides is 0.6 kg/ha), the production of organic products is a huge prospect, which Kazakhstan should take advantage of by creating the necessary conditions for agricultural production facilities for the transition to environmentally friendly technologies and the promotion of domestic organic products to foreign markets. According to Grand View Research, Inc., EAEU member countries can occupy up to 20% of the global organic products market. In this regard, taking into account the ratios of the agro-industrial complex of the EAEU member countries, we can conclude that Kazakhstan has the opportunity to occupy 2.5-3.0% of this market (up to $3.5 billion annually). Currently, the volume of exports of Kazakhstani organic products is about $33.3 million (2021). For comparison, in Kazakhstan in 2021, the export of traditional agricultural products amounted to $3.7 billion. According to the Union of Organic Producers of Kazakhstan, in 2022, in monetary terms, the annual volume of exports of organic products from Kazakhstan, compared to 2020, increased threefold.

Target: development of new technologies for organic production and processing of agricultural products based on the principles of “green economy” and the formation of regional technology parks and engineering centers in the agro-industrial complex.

Program objectives:

- Develop innovative technologies in feeding, keeping, reproduction and breedind of farm animals, based on the principles of organic production characteristic of local conditions, with the creation of experimental modular production for wide distribution in livestock farming;

- Develop innovative technologies in cultivation and selection of crops based on the principles of organic farming, with the creation of experimental modular production for wide distribution in crop production;

- Develop innovative technologies for processing animal and plant raw materials based on the principles of organic agriculture with the creation of modular production of various environmentally friendly products;

- Develop effective technologies for soil bioremediation and restoration of soil fertility when cleaning contaminated agricultural areas;

- Integrate innovative technologies into educational and production processes in the field of agriculture, with the creation of regional technology parks and high-tech engineering centers in the agro-industrial complex;

- Develop an information and analytical database of innovations in the field of organic agriculture with the creation of a digital platform for agricultural organizations.

Expected results:

Innovative technologies for feeding, keeping and reproduction of farm animals have been developed, based on the use of new generation biological products and biological additives, ensuring an increase in their productivity and epizootic well-being; technologies have been developed for improving and creating new genotypes of farm animals based on the use of achievements of DNA technologies in breeding; innovative technologies for cultivating and growing plant crops have been developed based on the use of biologically active substances and biological products that can ensure an increase in their productivity and phytosanitary safety in a wide range of external conditions, long-acting organic fertilizers, rational use of water and land resources; technologies have been developed for improving and creating new varieties of agricultural crops based on the use of DNA technology achievements in breeding; technologies have been developed for soil bioremediation and restoration of soil fertility, which work effectively in cleaning contaminated agricultural areas; technologies have been developed for the production of functional food products with increased nutritional and biological value, and for special purposes in accordance with the principles of food combinatorics, containing antioxidants of natural origin, which improve health and prevent premature aging of the human body with the creation of modular production of environmentally friendly products of various assortments; effective technologies have been developed for processing animal waste into organic fertilizer and secondary raw materials of animal origin as feed additives and fertilizers in crop production, allowing rational and waste-free use of by-products to increase soil fertility, productivity of farm animals and plant crops while ensuring the environmental safety with the creation of modular production; 1 regional technological park in agriculture, crop production and processing, 1 engineering center for innovation in livestock breeding and processing of agricultural products, equipped with modern equipment and instruments of the production and educational cycle, have been formed; a system has been developed for organizing and integrating innovations in organic production and processing of agricultural raw materials, based on the principles of green economy, which allows highly efficient organization and management of a complex of scientific, technical, production and educational activities in the field of agro-industrial complex of the regions, in order to develop scientific products, commercialize the obtained scientific results and providing services to agricultural producers; an information and analytical database of innovations in organic production and processing of agricultural products of the agro-industrial complex has been developed with the creation of a digital platform and digital services for agricultural entities; 1 (one) variety of spring triticale was transferred to the State Commission for Variety Testing of Agricultural Crops of the Republic of Kazakhstan; 6 monographs and 6 textbooks will be published in the field of innovative technologies for organic production and processing of agricultural products; 14 (fourteen) articles and (or) reviews will be published in peer-reviewed scientific publications in the scientific direction of the program, included in the 1st (first), 2nd (second) quartile by impact factor in the Web database of Science and (or) having a CiteScore percentile in the Scopus database of at least 50 (fifty); 20 (twenty) articles will be published in journals recommended by COKNVO; 13 (thirteen) objects of intellectual property will be received, registered with the National Institute of Intellectual Property of the Republic of Kazakhstan; 10 technologies will be developed: production of organic products, biological products, feed additives, organic fertilizers; received at least 1 (one) foreign or international patent included in the Derwent database Innovations Index (Web of Science, Clarivate Analytics); 1 information and analytical database of innovations in organic production and processing of agricultural products of the agro-industrial complex will be developed and a pilot project will be launched; 1 system for the reliability of accounting and traceability of production and turnover of organic products will be developed and a pilot project of the system will be launched; the following disciplines will be developed and implemented: “Organic livestock farming”, “Organic farming and crop production”, “Processing and labeling of organic food products”; 1 scientific and practical conference, 5 seminars and round tables will be held, advanced training for at least 5 people per year.

Results obtained under the program for 2023:

An autumn survey of pasture vegetation within economically important areas was carried out. The botanical composition of the experimental plot of the pasture of Farm 2 along the contours was represented by fescue-feather grass and forb vegetation with a predominance of fescue and feather grass with a height of 8.0 to 10.3 cm, with a projective cover of 50 to 62.3% and a yield of 0.2 to 0.3 t/ha.

The type of pasture is fescue-feather grass located on dark chestnut soils in combination with solonetzes. The botanical composition of pasture vegetation in farm 1 along the contours was mainly represented by three groups of cereals (fescue, meadow grass), wormwood and forbs. The type of pasture is cereal-wormwood-forb, located on ordinary chernozems in combination with solonetzes. To create winter pastures, the main groups and types of forage grasses were identified and selected, represented by two types of loose bushes, one type of rhizomatous and two types of legumes (awnless brome, sainfoin, alfalfa, agropyron, sweet clover, and elytrigium).

Due to the acute shortage of forage land, a project pasture rotation scheme was developed for corral grazing of the existing livestock. The indicated corrals cover all control points for which the necessary indicators are determined.

To create winter pastures, the composition of the grass stand was determined and the main species and groups of species were included, capable of growing together, but different in size (germination height), external structure of above-ground and underground organs, in their requirements for light, soil moisture, mineral nutrition elements, pH of the soil environment, salt resistance, frost resistance, winter hardiness, productive longevity. The herbage of winter pastures includes one or two loose-bush, one rhizomatous, and one or two types of leguminous grasses.

Preliminary work was carried out for the subsequent development of software for medium-sized farms with a full cycle of monitoring the production of organic products: two analogous solutions were considered (GrowSafe, Intergado); functional requirements for the software were determined (6 sections for the web application and 8 sections for the mobile application); the architecture (3 main components) and solution development technologies (XAF, Flutter, C #, Dart) have been defined; A preliminary work plan for developing a solution has been developed (19 stages of work).

Selection of desirable types was carried out to create new lines of Mugalzhar horses and ducks. The selection of horses of the Mugalzhar breed of the desired type from two factory lines “Zaman” and “Bakai” was carried out for the selection process, in the amount of 68 heads, including stallions of 8 heads and mares – 60 heads. Biological materials were selected, followed by DNA extraction and genotyping from 25 heads of mares and 6 heads of stud stallions, as well as 150 blood samples from the parent herd of ducks of the base farm.

Samples of meat and meat products were taken in the amount of 414 samples, and samples of feed and feed additives were collected in the amount of 55 samples.

The study showed that the best varieties in terms of yield over a three-year period were varieties of local selection. In the arid conditions of Northern Kazakhstan, varieties of Russian selection turned out to be more vulnerable to drought. However, the study also found that different components played a significant role in the formation of productivity in different years, depending on meteorological conditions. Thus, on average over three years, the following varieties of spring soft wheat reliably exceeded the standards in their ripeness groups for seed productivity: Shortandinskaya 2012, Taimas, Shortandinskaya 2014; and 4 varieties of barley: Sabir, Tselinny 60, Tselinny 91, Tselinny 2005.

According to the results of molecular genetic screening for resistance to leaf rust for the Lr 19, Lr 37, Lr 39 genes, the varieties Shortandinskaya 2012 and Shortandinskaya 2014 showed a positive result .

As a result of genotyping spring soft wheat varieties for resistance to the pathogen Tilletia caries of smut by genes Bt 9, Bt 10 was isolated by Shortandinskaya 2012.

In the reporting year, to conduct research on organic farming in the structure of land plots of North Kazakhstan Agricultural Plant LLP, work was carried out to select and prepare a site for a project site that meets the requirements and standards for growing organic products. A fallow predecessor with an area of 100 hectares was allocated as a place for the project site in the structure of the sown areas of North Kazakhstan Agricultural Plant LLP. The plowing of this site was carried out in the fall of 2022 on lands that had not been used in the crop rotations of North Kazakhstan Agricultural Plant LLP for more than 15 years for the production of agricultural products.

As a result of studying spring triticale varieties in an environmental test nursery, it was established:

- the duration of the growing season of the studied varieties under the conditions of 2023 varied from 73-81 days. 3 varieties of spring triticale (Rossika, Slovo, Dorofey) are assigned to the mid-early ripening group (vegetation period 73-75 days), 8 varieties (Grebeshok, Dobroye, No. 35, Zaozerye, Karmen, Norman, Seltso, Petrovich) - to the mid-ripening group (76-81 days);

- the yield of spring triticale varieties varied from 7.7 to 14.1 c/ha, while the standard yield was 9.4 c/ha. 6 varieties generated a yield increase of 0.8-4.7 c/ha: Slovo (+4.7 c/ha), Scallop (+0.8 c/ha), Dobroye (+4.6 c/ha), Dorofey (+2.8 c/ha), No. 35 (+4.0 c/ha), Zaozerye (+1.1 c/ha);

- in the conditions of the reporting year, due to the prevailing meteorological conditions, it was not possible to identify samples resistant to leaf and stem rust from the studied varieties of spring triticale;

- with the best indicators of the elements of the crop structure: the length of the ear is 7.0-8.4 cm, the number of grains per ear is 34.4-35.8 pieces, the weight of grain per ear is 1.60-1.73 g, the weight of 1000 grains is 45.9-47.6 g, varieties have been identified : Good and Carmen;

- the amount of protein in the grain of the studied spring triticale varieties varied from 16.5 to 20.1. Protein content at the level of the standard - the spring triticale variety Dauren - was noted in the following varieties: Petrovich, Grebeshok, Carmen;

- in the reporting at the field station for the fallow predecessor, which meets the requirements of organic farming, the following seed nurseries were established: breeding nursery of the 1st year (PR-1); nurseries: breeding nursery 2nd year (PR-2); nurseries: breeding nursery 3rd year (PR-3);

- grain yield in seed nurseries of the first, second and third years ranged from 31.4 c/ha to 23.2 c/ha. At the same time, the gross grain harvest was: in the breeding nursery of the first year - 46.5 c, in the breeding nursery of the second year - 121.9 c, in the breeding nursery of the third year - 1148.1 c.

The microbial composition of soil samples from northern Kazakhstan was studied for the quantitative and qualitative composition of microorganisms. Based on pathogenicity and growth rate studies, the most active 30 strains were selected for further study. Inoculation of seeds of various agricultural crops (oats, wheat, barley) with the cultural liquid of microorganisms made it possible to select microorganisms that are plant growth stimulants under in vitro conditions. By results carried out research selected strains 19S, 62S, 22S, 70S, 2S, 53S, 54S, 69S, 9S, 12S, 52S, 49S, 11S, 6S, 59S.

The composted manure was dominated by mineral nitrogen-consuming bacteria (22.7 CFU), actinomycetes (14.7 CFU), cellulose-degrading actinomycetes (16 CFU) and fungi (5.3 CFU). Nitrogen-fixing bacteria that consume organic nitrogen were isolated from rotted manure. Based on the results of nitrogen-fixing and cellulose-decomposing activity of microorganisms and biotesting for pathogenicity, 20 most effective strains were selected (1 N, 2 N, 3 N, 5 N, 6 N, 7 N, 10 N, 13 N, 14 N, 18 N, 19 N, 20 N, 27 N, 29 N, 31 N, 32 N, 40 N, 41 N, 42 N, 43 N) for their further use in the creation of biological products.

Microbiological studies of the soils of the fields of the A.I. Barayev Research and Production Center of Agriculture LLP were carried out, where the most common herbicides Tornado, Lintur, Axial, Boren NEO, Fusilad Forte and the insecticide Enzhio 247 are used. The use of these pesticides on some fields was one-time, there are experienced options using pesticides for decades. A field where no pesticides had been used since 1961 was selected as a control.

Among the studied groups of soil microorganisms, the most common were spore-forming bacteria. The greatest abundance and diversity of spore-forming bacteria, actinomycetes and microscopic fungi were observed on soils without pesticide treatment. In the soils of fields where pesticide treatment has been carried out for decades, inhibition of the development of actinomycetes has been observed.

The highest content of microscopic fungi was observed in the soils of fields using pesticides, exceeding the control options by up to 11 times. The pathogenicity of the most common micromycetes will be determined in further work.

45 strains of microorganisms were isolated from soils contaminated with pesticides, their cultural, morphological, and tinctorial qualities were determined . When assessing their pathogenicity on yolk-salt agar, strains No. 10 R, 34 R, 36 R were removed from further work due to their possible pathogenicity.

An analysis of the current situation of organic products in Kazakhstan indicates the dynamic development of the industry at the global level. The market for organic products in the country is actively growing, and Kazakhstan occupies a significant place in the world export of organic agricultural goods, especially in crop production. However, despite successful exports, the domestic market for organic products in Kazakhstan remains underdeveloped. This is due to insufficient domestic demand and competition with imported products, which emphasizes the importance of stimulating consumer interest in local organic products. It is necessary to pay attention to the development of meat and dairy organic products, where there is still a noticeable lag. This can be achieved through supporting agricultural producers, developing certification and promoting organic products in the domestic market. The introduction of new standards and labels will also help consumers clearly identify organic products, helping to promote them. Moreover, efforts must be intensified to increase production capacity and expand the range of organic products. This will allow the country not only to satisfy domestic demand, but also to strengthen its position in the global market for organic products. Given government support, Kazakhstan's agriculture can become a key player in the global organic industry, benefiting both the country and its consumers.

In identifying opportunities for sustainable growth of organic products in Kazakhstan, there are several key aspects to consider:

- it is important to solve the problem of insufficient consumer awareness of the concept of “Organic products”. Dissemination of information and educational campaigns about the principles and benefits of organic production can significantly increase the demand for such products in the domestic market;

- support for companies in the production of organic products. Economic incentives, subsidies, training and advice can make organic production more attractive to entrepreneurs, offsetting additional costs and increasing product competitiveness;

- creation of a unified register of producers of organic products, the regulator of which will be a state body. This will not only help consumers receive reliable information about manufacturers, but will also prevent unfair marketing practices such as "green washing".

It is important to take into account the international context. Developing international partnerships and attracting competent international companies for certification can improve the status of Kazakhstan's organic products in the global market.

The overall development of organic agriculture in the country requires a comprehensive approach including education, certification, economic support and marketing strategies to ensure sustainable growth of the industry.

The data presented indicate that soaking seeds in water can significantly increase the growth of seedlings and increase the ability of triticale grain to germinate. As a result of the study, it was established that the higher the temperature regime and the growth period, the higher the morphological indicators.

Microorganisms present in triticale grains affect both the safety and the quality and functional properties of the grain. Some molds can produce mycotoxins and pose serious health risks to consumers. High temperature and high humidity during germination affect the increase in microflora during germination. Therefore, it is important to minimize triticale contamination during the germination process to ensure the safety of the final product. For this purpose, the optimal regimes for grain germination have been determined (temperature 20 °C, duration 24 and 48 hours) up to a sprout length of 2.0 - 21 mm, at which QMAFAnM does not exceed 10 4 CFU/g.

As a result of sudies, 8 types of equipment were selected for the complex processing of triticale into whole grain cereals. The sequence of the whole grain porridge processing begins with grain cleaning and ends with drying. Throughout the entire process, use of a variety of options for each equipment allows for effective control of the entire procedure.

As a result of an analysis of scientific literature, it was found that today the processing of organic duck eggs has good prospects. Firstly, this is organic production and waste-free technologies for processing duck eggs. The second is the waste-free production of organic products that have no analogues on the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan. A wide range of existing equipment on the manufacturer's market provides the buyer with a choice. For further research, it is necessary to purchase equipment for the production of dry powders, melange and for the processing of eggshells.

It has been revealed that in global practice in the field of organic production there is no information and analytical base of scientific developments and technologies in the field of organic agriculture and a system for the reliability of accounting and traceability of production and turnover of organic products. There are separate elements of the scientific development database and traceability system: TP Organics, Check Organic, IMSOC (and its components: iRASFF ; ADIS ; EUROPHYT ; TRACES) and others.

Scientific supervisor of the program – Candidate of Biological Sciences Savin Timur Vladimirovich

h- Scopus index – 4, h- Web of Science index – 4; Author ID in Scopus – 57188589888; Researcher ID Web of Science - AAD-6215-2020; ORCID ID -

Main publications:

1. Morgounov, A., Li, H., Shepelev, S., Ali, M., Flis, P., Koksel, H., Savin, T. & Shamanin, V. (2022). Genetic characterization of spring wheat germplasm for macro-, microelements and trace metals. Plants, 11(16), 2173. Plant Science-Q1-83rd

2.Shepelev, S., Morgounov, A., Flis, P., Koksel, H., Li, H., Savin, T., ... & Shamanin, V. (2022). Variation of macro-and microelements, and trace metals in spring wheat genetic resources in Siberia. Plants, 11(2), 149. Plant Science-Q1-83rd

3.Zatybekov, A., Genievskaya, Y., Rsaliyev, A., Maulenbay, A., Yskakova, G., Savin, T., ... & Abugalieva, S. (2021). Identification of quantitative trait loci for leaf rust and stem rust seedling resistance in bread wheat using a genome-wide association study. Plants, 11(1), 74. Plant Science-Q1-83rd

4. Shamanin, VP, Flis, P., Savin, T. V., Shepelev, SS, Kuzmin, OG, Chursin, AS, ... & Morgounov, AI (2021). Genotypic and ecological variability of zinc content in the grain of spring bread wheat varieties in the international nursery KASIB. Vavilov journal of genetics and breeding, 25(5), 543. General Agricultural and Biological Sciences-Q3-46th

5. Abugalieva, AI, Savin, TV, Kozhahmetov, K. K., & Morgounov, A. I. (2021). Registration of wheat germplasm originating from wide crosses with superior agronomic performance and disease resistance. Journal of Plant Records, 15(1), 206-214. Agronomy and Crop Science-Q3-33rd

6. Abugalieva, A., Flis, P., Shamanin, V., Savin, T., & Morgounov, A. (2021). Ionomic analysis of spring wheat grain produced in Kazakhstan and Russia. Communications in soil science and plant analysis, 52(7), 704-711. 10.1080/00103624.2020.1865398 Agronomy and Crop Science-Q2-59th


Abugalieva A.I., Savin T.V. Patent No. 31709 dated December 22, 2016 for the invention “Method for creating varieties of barley, wheat and triticale with a high amylose content (with slowly digestible starch).” Application No. 2015/0773.1 dated June 18, 2015.

Kozhakhmetov K., Abugalieva A.I., Savin T.V., Bashabaeva B.M. Patent No. 31891 dated February 20, 2017 for “Method for creating self-fertile alloplasmic euploid and aneuploid lines of bread wheat" (Application No. 2015/0774.1 dated June 18, 2015)

Abugalieva A.I., Bayrakimov A.S., Savin T.V. Patent No. 2926 dated 06/07/2018 “Method for the production of granulated feed” (Application No. 2017/0582.2 dated 09/12/2017)

Abugalieva A.I., Bayrakimov A.S., Savin T.V. Patent No. 2970 dated June 25, 2018 “Method for producing an extruded product from oats” (Application No. 2017/0583.2 dated September 12, 2017)

Zuev D.V., Orazbaeva G.K., Savin T.V., Skatova S.E., Tyslenko A.M., Shvidchenko V.K. Patent No. 9920 Spring triticale x Triticosecale Wittm . Ex A.Camus " Rossika ".

Kozhakhmetov K., Abugalieva A.I., Savin T.V., Kenenbaev S.B. Patent No. 948 dated 01/08/2021 for the selection achievement of the spring soft wheat variety “Tim- Bidai ” (Reg. No. 2016/005.4 dated 06/13/2016).

Research team members:

Head of the subprogram - Candidate of Biological Sciences Ospankulova Gulnazym Khamitovna

h- Scopus index – 6; h- index Web of Science – 5; Author ID in Scopus – 57194595106; Researcher ID Web of Science - AAS-3980-2020; ORCID ID -

Foreign scientist from China:

Doctor of Science, Professor Lü Xin, h-index - 26 Web of Science ResearcherID: HKF-4716-2023 Scopus Author ID: 55967356100

Head of the subprogram - Candidate of Ph.-M. Sciences Tokbergenov Ismail Tasanbievich

h-index – 4, Scopus Author ID – 6506474750; ORCID - 0000-0002-0656-9914

Head of the subprogram – Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, associate professor Uskenov Rashit Bakhitzhanovich

h-index -1; ORCID ID- 0000-0003-2163-2392; Author ID Scopus: 57194221497


Candidate of Agricultural Sciences Bostanova Saule Kuanyshpekovna. h-index – 3; ORCID: 0000-0001-6661-8362; Scopus Author ID: 57191709794

Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Associate Professor Shaikenova Kymbat Khamitovna. Web of Science Researcher ID AAE-8577-2022; ORCID: 0000-0002-5684-7564 Scopus Author ID: 57190005556

Candidate of V. Sciences, Associate Professor Akibekov Orken Sultankhamitovich, h-index – 3, ORCID ID: 0000-0002-8647-008 Author ID Scopus: 56606295400

PhD Zotova Lyudmila Petrovna ORCID ID: 0000-0001-8610-2689. Scopus Author ID 57197867176

PhD Makangali Kadyrzhan Konysbayuly h-index -3 Web of Science Researcher ID: AAR-1107-2020, ORCID ID: 0000-0003-4128-6482 Scopus Author ID: 57203767726

Head of the subprogram – Candidate of Agricultural Sciences Babkenov Adylkhan Temirkhanovich (NPCZH named after A.I. Baraev LLP)

h-index - 3, ORCID ID: 0000-0001-9939-0966, Scopus Author ID: 57190402536


Kairzhanov Elzhas Konspekovich, Master of Agricultural Sciences. h-index - 2, ORCID ID: 0000-0002-2630-6919, Scopus Author ID: 57216562012.

candidate of agricultural sciences Dashkevich Svetlana Mikhailovna. h-index - 3, ORCID ID: 0000-0002-5272-9042, Scopus Author ID: 57190399593

Head of the subprogram – Candidate of Agricultural Sciences Shvidchenko Vladimir Korneevich (North-Kazakhstan Agricultural Experimental Station LLP)

h-index – 4; ORCID ID: 0000-0001-7426-9115; Scopus ID: 57192061711


Solovyov Oleg Yurievich, Master of Agricultural Sciences ORCID ID: 0002-7341-5851

Fedorenko Elena Nikolaevna, ORCID ID: 0000-0002-4117-5259

Head of the subprogram – Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor Ainash Pahuashovna Nauanova (BIO-KATU LLP)

h-index – 2; ORCID ID: 0000-0002-5250-1961; Scopus ID: 57191541337

PhD Kasiphan Akgul, h-index - 2; ORCID - 0000-0002-2342-8777; Scopus Author ID: 971923

Ermekov Altynbek Erkenovich, master technical Sciences, h-index – 1, Scopus Author ID 57223446990

Head of the subprogram - Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Associate Professor Bulashev Berdibek Kabkenovich

Web of Science Researcher ID HRA-4691-2023; Scopus Author ID: 57218825492; ORCID: 0000-0003-1831-3315

Information for potential users:

Within the framework of this program, it is planned to develop technologies for organic agriculture, the production of new types of functional, health-saving products with specified characteristics, based on the principles of organic production, in order to ensure the development of the food industry, expanding the range of finished products, resource saving, by increasing the output per unit of raw materials, reducing waste, as well as reducing the environmental load.

Additional Information:

Interest in the implementation of this program is expressed by the Akimat of the Shortandinsky District, the Akimat of the Akkaiynsky District, the Union of Producers of Organic Products of Kazakhstan, Enbek LLP, as well as “Novobratskoe and K” LLP, GlobalGenKz LLP, Scientific-Research LLP, “Research and Production Centre of Grain Production named after A.I. Barayev”, LLP “North Kazakhstan Agricultural Experimental Station”, co-financing the program.