9 promising agricultural crops for import substitution in Russia

Estimated volumes and areas of commodity production, suitable regions, export potential of grain legumes, vegetables and other crops

9 promising agricultural crops for import substitution in Russia
  • Volume: 91 pages, including 59 charts and 19 tables
  • Date: 14.01.2022
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Growth Technology research company prepared new report "9 promising agricultural crops for import substitution in Russia".

The main purpose of this study is to find, analyze and justify promising business ideas in the field of agriculture for Russian agrarians in terms of import substitution and possible increase in international exports.

As the results of the study show, there are still many segments in the domestic agriculture and food industry with high volumes of foreign counterparts coming in annually in natural terms or in relative terms (compared to domestic commodity production).

Obviously, the cultivation of not all imported agricultural crops can be localized in Russia due to climatic conditions or their production would not be commercially viable, so such crops are excluded from the list of promising business ideas.

The study "9 promising agricultural crops for import substitution in Russia" is the first part of a series of analytical reviews. This report will be useful for existing producers, investors and initiators of new projects in the agricultural sector who are considering possible options for the introduction of new crops in the open field.

The report provides a comparative analysis of crops by import-export operations, by domestic commodity production in Russia, by growing characteristics and requirements to soils, precipitation and temperature, by yields and best precursors, by selling price, import and export price, by areas of land for import substitution and possible export.

Quantitative and qualitative information includes the main market parameters, that allow you to make a management decision on start of the project in each particular case.

The detailed contents and examples of sections are presented in the demo-version of the study.

Content

 

Introduction

4

1

Onions

8

1.1

Supplies from abroad: volume, cost, prices, seasonality

8

1.2

Price parity for onions in the Russian market

10

1.3

Assessment of competition in Russian market

11

1.4

Possible export destinations

12

1.5

Conclusions and short recommendations

13

2

Hops

16

2.1

Supplies from abroad: volume, cost, prices, seasonality

16

2.2

Price parity for hops in the Russian market

19

2.3

Assessment of competition in Russian market

20

2.4

Possible export destinations

21

2.5

Conclusions and short recommendations

22

3

Soybeans

25

3.1

Supplies from abroad: volume, cost, prices, seasonality

25

3.2

Price parity for soybeans in the Russian market

29

3.3

Assessment of competition in Russian market

30

3.4

Possible export destinations

31

3.5

Conclusions and short recommendations

34

4

Carrots

38

4.1

Supplies from abroad: volume, cost, prices, seasonality

38

4.2

Price parity for carrots in the Russian market

40

4.3

Assessment of competition in Russian market

41

4.4

Possible export destinations

42

4.5

Conclusions and short recommendations

43

5

Sesame

46

5.1

Supplies from abroad: volume, cost, prices, seasonality

47

5.2

Price parity for sesame in the Russian market

49

5.3

Assessment of competition in Russian market

50

5.4

Possible export destinations

51

5.5

Conclusions and short recommendations

52

6

Garlic

55

6.1

Supplies from abroad: volume, cost, prices, seasonality

55

6.2

Price parity for garlic in the Russian market

57

6.3

Assessment of competition in Russian market

58

6.4

Possible export destinations

59

6.5

Conclusions and short recommendations

60

7

Common beans

63

7.1

Supplies from abroad: volume, cost, prices, seasonality

63

7.2

Price parity for common beans in the Russian market

66

7.3

Assessment of competition in Russian market

67

7.4

Possible export destinations

67

7.5

Conclusions and short recommendations

69

8

Quinoa

72

8.1

Supplies from abroad: volume, cost, prices, seasonality

73

8.2

Price parity for quinoa in the Russian market

75

8.3

Assessment of competition in Russian market

76

8.4

Possible export destinations

77

8.5

Conclusions and short recommendations

78

9

Peanuts

81

9.1

Supplies from abroad: volume, cost, prices, seasonality

82

9.2

Price parity for peanuts in the Russian market

84

9.3

Assessment of competition in Russian market

85

9.4

Possible export destinations

86

9.5

Conclusions and short recommendations

87