In the world, there are approximately 1.87 billion hectares (hectare is a square with a 100-meter side) of fertile land suitable for agriculture. And Russia ranks fourth in terms of the number of such land plots. The accuracy of the calculations is 92%, and these calculations were carried out using modern satellite equipment.
Russia is among the top five countries with the most fertile agricultural lands. The total area of such land plots is 155.8 million hectares. In percentage terms, areas suitable for agriculture occupy an area of 8.3% of the total world reserves. And this is a huge territory with the impressive potential for business development or investment.
When it comes to black soil reserves, in Russia, they comprise 52% of the total amount of such soil in the world according to statistics. The problem is that a significant part of this land is not being developed, and the demand for environmentally friendly products is constantly growing. Therefore, we propose to find a suitable land plot for you to develop and invest your funds. We will select the land that will definitely be paid back.
In Russia, the Central Black Earth Economic Region is particularly prominent. On this territory, most of the country's black soil is concentrated. It is located in the west and it includes the following regions:
However, this list does not end there. Along the southern border of the country, there are huge fertile territories, including:
There are many fertile zones with black soil in the Volga region, as well as in the south of Siberia, which includes the Trans-Baikal Territory, Buryatia, and the Irkutsk Region.
And we know exactly where the most profitable and accessible land plots are located. Our experts will select an operating business or help to assess the risks from investments in certain territories. However, first, you need to understand how the soil becomes fertile.
During the Soviet period, there existed a different division of lands, which was done based on economic regions, and not according to the federal districts, as it is today. It better corresponded to the classification of the regions and lands.
There are certain conditions according which the land is recognized as fertile and suitable for agricultural activities. And the higher this value is, the larger the crop yields will be. Apart from that, fertility can be artificial or natural. In general, there can be identified four criteria of such land quality. They are as follows: