We invite you to cooperation and common solutions to existing problems in horticulture and berry .
Today, there we see the negative socio-economic processes in the field of gardening and berry, resulting from an increase in the tax burden on producers, the lack of funding, higher prices for pesticides, fertilizers, logistics and so on. All of these factors ultimately influence the increase in the cost of production. In turn, market domestic products decreased due to excessive supply in the market like product Ukraine by foreign companies.
I believe that this trend today is unacceptable and does not meet domestic producers.
Given the above named negative trends was decided to establish a branch of the organization - the Public Union "Ukrainian association of gardening and berry", which aims at combining production, scientific and commercial interests of the participants to coordinate their activities to resolve common economic and social challenges, providing sustainable development areas of gardening and berry, concentration of scientific, intellectual, technological, economic potential, human resources, improving the efficiency of their use.
The creation of such organizations caused a number of problems and challenges that exist today in the fields of horticulture and berry growing and need urgent solution. These may include problems with product sales in an open competition with foreign companies, lack of funding, affordable credit, and so on.
I recall that it was constant, systematic cooperation between producers and civil society organizations in countries such as Poland, Germany, the Netherlands gave the most effective results in terms of finding markets for products and development of fruit business.
I am sure that the successful work of Public Union "Ukrainian association of gardening and berry" from domestic producers of fruits and berries and trade operators will provide positive results for each party.
We invite you to cooperation and common solutions to existing problems in horticulture and berry.
Head of "Ukrsadprom" Vladimir Pechko