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The crops provided by AGRODONEXPORT are wheat, corn, barley, legumes and oilseeds. For prompt and high-quality cooperation, acceptance of products takes place at our own warehouses using modern technology.

Delivery is by agreement, on mutually convenient grounds.

WHEAT (R9353-2016): The key cereal culture of civilization, actively used throughout the entire planet. There are two varieties of wheat - winter and spring, divided by the season of sowing (fall and early spring, respectively). The main field of application is the production of bakery products, cereals and alcohol. At the same time, wheat is used in agrocomplexes as a main and additional feed product. The value of this cereal is determined by the content of useful microelements, the most important of which are proteins, fats and carbohydrates.

FOREST CROPS (PEAS) (28674-90): Peas are considered to be the most popular plant for the discharge of legumes. The rich content of amino acids determines the high nutritional value of this product. It is widely used in the food industry, cooking and folk medicine. Unpretentious, frost-resistant peas, in addition to the listed useful qualities, performs a side function of effective fertilizer, saturating the soil through the root system with nitrogenous compounds.

BARLEY (28672-90): A popular cultivated cereal, the history of its cultivation totals more than 10 thousand years. Barley is actively used in the production of a wide range of products, as well as as feed. Separately it is worth noting the widespread use of this cereal in classical brewing. The nutritional value of this culture is the rich content of protein required for cell building.

Millet (GOST 22983-99) is a grain crop from which a grain such as millet is obtained. The plant has an inflorescence in the form of a loose panicle. Cultivate this type of grain in the territory of Europe, Africa, Asia and America. There is no exact information about where the first millet started to grow, but many researchers are sure that this is China. Millet husks are used to bait birds and livestock. . There is also black millet, which is used only for feeding birds. Useful properties of millet are due to its high nutritional value. Its composition includes a lot of protein, even more than in rice! The composition of cereals includes many vitamins, macro- and microelements. Millet can boast a lot of fiber, which acts as a "brush", that is, it cleanses the intestines of various toxins and products of decay.

Nut is a food product distributed in Western and Central Asia, North Africa, North America, and Russia. Hummus and falafel are prepared from it. Roasted beans are called lebbi. Nut is actively used in vegan, vegetarian cuisine and in Indian cooking. Traditionally, the consumption of chickpeas is also in the Mediterranean region. From the chickpea is made chickpea flour, used, in particular, in Indian cuisine. And, for example, in Italian cuisine it is used to make a flat cake - Farinata, but the volume of chickpea cultivation in Italy itself is insignificant. Mostly, white-seed varieties are used for food. Heat treatment lasts much longer than for lentils and peas. Straw and green mass goes to feed for sheep. Chickpea is a plant from the Legume family. Many people know this useful plant under the names of turkey peas, mutton peas, shish, bubble or nahat. Benefits and harmfulness of chickpeas are due to the chemical composition and nutritional value of leguminous crops. The promising use of chickpeas is due to many advantages, the main of which are the high content and usefulness of protein in seeds. According to the content of essential amino acids in the protein, chickpeas do not yield to peas, beans and lentils.   Chickpea seeds contain protein from 19 to 30.7; fat 4-7.2; the ash is 2.3-4.9%. By the amount of protein obtained from 1 hectare, chickpea exceeds the crops and is on par with the bean grasses used for green fodder. In addition, this bean plant is able to accumulate a lot of useful chemical elements for life, among which are cobalt, copper and iron. In dry seeds, chickpeas contain vitamins PP, A, B, B2, Bv. Nut flour improves the nutritional value of bakery, confectionery, dairy and sausage products.

Mustard is an annual plant belonging to the family of cruciferous. In culture, there are 3 kinds of mustard: white mustard, mustard mustard and black mustard. There is also a field mustard. Of the listed species, the first two species were most widely distributed. Mustard is of great economic importance, as in the seeds of mustard sisoy contains 34-47% (iodine number 92-119), and in the seeds of mustard white 25-39% oil (iodine number 92-122), in which there is a constant need for various branches of industry (canning, bakery and confectionery, margarine, pharmaceutical, textile, soap and so on). Mustard oil has high taste qualities. In addition to the fatty oil, the seeds of gray and white mustard contain essential oil (0.5-1.7% and 0.1-1.1%, respectively), which is used in the perfume industry

In Russia, coriander is one of the most important essential oils. Its fruits contain 1.4 - 2.1% essential oil, which includes terpenic alcohol - linapol (60-70%).  Of linalola I sing! fractions with the smell of lily of the valley, roses, violets, lilies, limes, etc. Coriander is a melliferous plant. After the distillation of the essential oil, the fruit leaves a fat oil (18-20%) extracted by gasoline and used for washing wool, in the textile industry, in printing, soap making, etc. Coriander cake is a good food, it contains (in%): protein - 17, oils - 5-8, BEV - 30, ash - 3 - 8. The yield of coriander seeds is about 10 c / ha. Coriander is an annual herbaceous plant with a well-developed root system. The coriander fruit is a two-seeded, spherical-shaped, two-seeded, dry fruit that contains one seed. The weight of 1000 fruits is 10 g. Ripe fruits are easily crumbled. Coriander is drought-resistant and does not require heat. Seeds germinate at a temperature of 6 ° C. Shoots can withstand frosts up to -10 ° C.

Flax belongs to the oldest agricultural plants. Even in prehistoric times, primitive man used to produce fiber and oil wild flax, the thickets of which were discovered by Academician N.I. Vavilov in India. Len was known in India, China, Egypt and Transcaucasia for 4-5 thousand years BC. The art of cultivating this culture, producing the finest linen fabrics in Egypt, was lost in time. In Russia on the territory of the present Yaroslavl and Kostroma regions, flax was cultivated in the III-V centuries. In the XII-XV centuries. The production of this culture was most developed in the Pskov and Novgorod lands. Pskov is called the cradle of flax cultivation in Russia. Here in the XVI century. the first cable factory was built. In prerevolutionary Russia, flax served as raw material for the production of clothing and household goods and was the main export commodity. Particularly famous were the Pskov, Novgorod and Kashin flax. In 1711, Peter I issued a decree on the expansion of crops of flax. At the same time, state linen factories were created, which produced wide linen cloths for sails and other necessities. At the beginning of the XX century. our country was the main supplier of flax fiber.

OIL CROPS (SUNFLOWER) (22391-2015): Sunflower is common in the steppe latitudes of Russia with a warm and moderate climate. The main field of application is the production of sunflower oil used for food and technical purposes. At the same time, the fibrous stems of this plant are included in the raw materials for the paper industry. The rich content of polyunsaturated fatty acids and vitamins in sunflower seeds will determine the high degree of utility of the main product and its derivatives for the human and animal body.

CORN (13634-90): Widespread agriculture, used for food and fodder purposes. The main natural virtues of corn are high content of potassium, phosphorus and vitamins of the deficit group. Corn is also used in folk medicine and pharmacology as an effective cholagogue. The production of corn oil and flour is another aspect of the unconditional usefulness of this crop for the food industry