Roses from Mordovia are distributed in 35 regions of Russia and Belarus

Acting Head of Mordovia Vladimir Volkov has visited “Mir Tsvetov” Company in the Kadoshkinsky district. He has examined the greenhouses and has spoken with the employees.

The area of the complex totals 6 ha. It is occupied by the Dutch roses of 13 varieties. 99 people are engaged in planting. The roses from Mordovia are sold in 35 Russian regions and Belarus.

Vladimir Volkov highlighted that every tenth rose sold in Russia is grown in Mordovia.

It is worth to mention that the company generates its own power to cover the needs of the facility. It enables the company to save about 40m RUB annually.

Source: Izvestia Mordovii