Bred in Canada, grown in Ukraine, imported to Russia

Bred in Canada, grown in Ukraine, imported to Russia
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Canadian-Ukrainian soybean seeds may appear in the Saratov region

On June 20, 2019, the Office of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance of the Russian Federation in the Saratov region issued permission to Sevita Ru Ltd to import seed products of the Canadian soybean plant breeding company Sevita Genetics.

According to the office’s press release, each cargo will be allowed to enter the country after a laboratory inspection required for this type of goods.

As reported on the company’s website, Sevita Genetics breeds its soybean varieties in Canada and tests them in Ukraine to create more customized products.

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