Primorsky Krai borders on China and through the Sea of Japan reaches to sea borders of Japan and South Korea. It means convenient location and exit to borders of China, South Korea, and Japan. Primorsky Krai is the most attractive region for foreign business for investment (category – the land of agricultural purpose) for cultivation of production soy, corn, buckwheat, colza, oats, and wheat.
Act of state (LAND CERTIFICATE) COLLECTIVE FARM RUSANOVSKY
Registration number: A-I № 406044
The certificate is issued COLLECTIVE FARM RUSANOVSKY
Location: Primorsky Krai, Spassky district, Rusanovka village
Area of the land is 17752 hectares (unlimited and free use)
Category of the land: agricultural use
The certificate is issued by executive committee of Spassky district of Russian Soviet federal socialist republic.
The act is registered in the blotter of the state acts for No.62
The chairman of executive committee Ol'khov
Chief Engineer Land Kaygorodov
March 29, 1990
For exact informing investors on object of investment, the report with the confirmed researches has been prepared. For receiving an overall picture, samples of tests (12 pieces) from different sites have been taken.
All analyses are made in laboratory of Seaside research institute of agriculture website: http://primnii.ru (Ussuriysk) Each sample is considered and according to map coordinates the general data on concrete test of soil are obtained. The reports are enclosed in the copy. Monitoring of fertility of soils of lands of agricultural grounds is carried out for the purpose of their agrochemical and ekologo-toxicological assessment, the accounting of a condition of fertility. The main condition of formation of big crops is existence in the soil of nutritious elements in available forms and in a due ratio. The basic biogenic elements are nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium.
Content of organic substance in soils traditionally is the main criterion of soil fertility.
Distribution of arable soils on the content of organic substance in Russia:
|high 8,1-10,0 %||0.1|
|increased 6,1-8,0 %||9.9|
|averaged 4,1-6,0 %||87.5|
|low 2,1-4,2 %||2.5|
|low 21-50 mg/kg||3.0|
|averaged 51-100 mg/kg||37.2|
|increased 101-150 mg/kg||15.4|
|high 151-200 mg/kg||37.1|
|very high >200 mg/kg||7.3|
|averaged 41-80 mg/kg||24.8|
|increased 81-120 mg/kg||54|
|high 121-180 mg/kg||15.2|
|very high >180 mg/kg||6|
The content of N-NO3 in arable soils depends on type of soils, extent of their cultivation. It is necessary to know the content of mineral nitrogen in soils for calculation of doses of nitrogen fertilizers, for receiving the planned harvest of crops. Distribution of arable soils on the content of the easily hydrolyzed nitrogen in Russia:
|very low < 100 mg/kg||0.1|
|low 101-150 mg/kg||4.5|
|average 151-200 mg/kg||90.7|
|increased > 200 mg/kg||4.7|
The content of nitrogen in the soil is influenced also by anthropogenic activity: the cultivated soils contain nitrogen 30% more, than the soil in the natural not processed state.
|Soils||Humus percent in the top layer||The total amount of humus|
|kg / cubic meter||ml/ hectare|
|gray soils||1,0 - 2,0||5,0||50|
|light brown soils (brown desert steppe soil)||1,5 - 2||10,0||100|
|dark-chestnut soils (southern chernozems)||3,0 - 4,0||20 - 25||200 - 250|
|ordinary chernozems||7,8 - 8,0||40 - 50||400 - 500|
|leached chernozem||8,0 - 7.0||60 - 50||600 - 500|
|forest-steppe podzolized soils||4,0 - 6,0||15 - 30||150 - 300|
|podsolic soils of a northern forest zone||3,0 - 4,0||8 - 12||80 - 120|
|red soil, brown forest soils and podzolized soils of humid subtropics||4,0 - 6,0||15 - 30||150 - 300|
|humous and carbonate soils of forest areas||4,8 - 8,0||20 - 40||200 - 400|
|mountain meadow soil||2,5||30||300|
Level А1 - dark colour, reaches 40-50 cm. The structure is mainly granular, it is well expressed, rather water strong. Level А1 contains 6 — 10% of humus. The general humus layer A+B is equal to 80 cm. The clumpy-prismatic structure of level B is distinctly expressed. Reaction of the soil is neutral (рН 6—7.0).
The map of Primorsky Krai about mineral deposits – peat The analytical note of the state company of "ROSNEDR" about confirmed stocks of categories "A" – fertilizers from peat:
|The protocol, across Primorsky Krai.||9025||Novorusanovsky village, Far East, Spassky district, Primorsky Krai||"The protocol No. 1697 of the statement of reserves of peat on the peat field of NovoRusanovskoye village located in Spassky district of Primorsky Krai on January 10, 1975. Additional data: peat|
The field is part of extensive Khanka Lowland and is located on the first lake terrace of the Lake Khanka. The field is reconnoitered by a sounding method at full capacity. The area of the field in industrial borders is on depth 0.7m - 4303 hectares.
The balance reserves of peat of category A are 8 million tons. Peat is recommended to be used for production of fertilizers The stocks of category «A» are the confirmed ready stocks.
Method: Core approbation
Method: Determination of physicomechanical properties
East coast of the Lake Khanka, river basin Red.
Purpose of works: Data acquisition, it is necessary for drawing up the project of complex agricultural development of the field (on fertilizer and the areas as agricultural grounds).
|sunny days||rainfalls||maximum daytime temperature, оС||sum of daytime temperatures|