Results of 6th International Investment Forum & Exhibition "Greenhouse Complexes Russia and CIS"

1-3 December 2021, Moscow

Among the speakers and honoured guests 2021




investment projects

2 days

of networking


First Deputy Minister,
Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Dagestan


Deputy Governor of the Kurgan Region - Head of the Representative Office, Representative Office of the Government of the Kurgan Region


Director, GC Podosinki


General Director, SDO-AGRO


General Director, Stavropol Flavour


Executive Director, MOE LETO Trading House


Commercial Director, Agro Management


Co-founder, Local Roots Corp


Agricultural Counsellor, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in RF

Sponsors 2021

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Programme Highlights 2021

400+ senior executives of major commercial greenhouses and agriholdings from Russia and the CIS – Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, as well as investors, government officials, chief agronomists, heads of retails chains and service providers

NEW! 2 ONLINE TECHNICAL VISITS to state-of-the-art greenhouse complexes – Agrokombinat Moskovsky (vegetable farming) and Podosinki (flower cultivation)*

*The number of passes for technical visits is limited, contact the organiser to learn more.

Leaders debate: The Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian, agricultural holdings, investors, initiators. Post-pandemic status of greenhouse industry

Greenhouse investment projects for construction and modernisation to be developed in 2022-2025 from all Russian regions and the CIS

NEW! HYDROPONICS AND VERTICAL GREENHOUSES What is the difference from traditional methods of commercial cultivation? Technology development prospects

FOCUS-SESSION: STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE SALES. How to establish win-win cooperation between suppliers and retail chains?

HOW MODERN GREENHOUSE TECHNOLOGIES CAN OPTIMISE PRODUCTION? How can innovations boost the greenhouse industry?


IMPROVING PLANTS FERTILITY AND RESISTANCE – MODERN APPROACHES TO GROWING. Parallel round tables for agronomists devoted to: fruit & berry, and lettuce greenhouse, berry greenhouses

AGRONOMY DAY – specialised workshops on growing vegetables. How to boost plant fertility and resistance?

Presentation of advanced equipment and technology for greenhouses by the lead companies from the Netherlands, Israel, Germany, Italy, Spain, and other countries

Fast and efficient! Road show of innovative technologies and equipment by the global leaders


Onsite visits 2021


Podosinki greenhouse complex is located in the Dmitrovsky district of the Moscow region. The company is engaged in cultivation of elite rose varieties, such as Grand Prix, Red Naomi, Talea, Avalanche, and new varieties, such as Maritime, Espana, Luise. The complex equipped with cutting-edge technologies comprises 9 ha of greenhouses for growing cut flowers.This state-of-the-art facility constructed in cooperation with Dutch companies Bulneth and Dalsem Horticyltyral Projects B.V includes three greenhouses on the total area of 9 ha. The first greenhouse (3 ha) was commissioned in 2006, the next two (6 ha) – in 2008. All three greenhouses operate using the same rose cultivation system.Over the years, the greenhouse complex has formed a network of regional distributors, and their number is constantly increasing. The sales system is based on dealer relations with large wholesale operators in various regions of Russia. At present, the company cooperates with distributers from the Tver, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Tula, Volgograd, Krasnodar, Stavropol regions. And this is only a small part of the distribution network.


The area of the greenhouse complex is 55 ha. The company grows 46 varieties of vegetables, 20 varieties of potted flowers and seedlings, 23 types of herbs and lettuce. Moskovsky product mix has been developed considering the needs of retail and HoReCa channels. Demand varieties of greenhouse vegetables and herbs are grown alongside new trendy ones.Up-to-date robotic greenhouses have been built on the territory of the holding. An onsite power plant ensures uninterrupted equipment operation in an autonomous mode. Due to high technological efficiency, the contact with the product is reduced to a minimum.To protect plants from pests, complex specialists apply modern biological methods: in a production laboratory they grow insects – entomophages and bumblebees to pollinate plants.A wide range of Moskovsky products includes popular types of vegetables, rare varieties of lettuce, herbs in pots, and berries.In a service and distribution centre, each stage is well-adjusted: product sorting, packaging, and shipment is followed by strict control.The growing fleet of the agricultural holding has more than 150 cars. It delivers products to the largest chains, retail stores, cafes, and restaurants of the Russian Federation and neighbouring countries.