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Hops being planted on another 13 hectares

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With the support of the Ministry of Agriculture, hops were planted on another 13 hectares to support the food industry, writes agroforum.hu.

"By using Hungarian raw materials as fully as possible, the Hungarian economy can be stronger and healthier, and better able to withstand the various fluctuations of the world economy," said State Secretary for Agriculture and Rural Development Zsolt Feldman of the Ministry of Agriculture at the opening of the hop harvest ceremony of Heineken Hungária Zrt. and the Hungarian Interchurch Aid in Kastélyosdomb (245 km southwest of Budapest).

The additional 13 hectares are being planted after a successful pilot project in the small settlement with the support of the Ministry of Agriculture.

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