Domestically grown greenhouse vegetables already available

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Fresh, domestically grown greenhouse spring vegetables are already available in Hungarian stores, according to the National Chamber of Agriculture (NAK), writes agroinform.hu.

According to NAK, the supply of vegetables to Hungarian producers is of better quality than imports, and their food health safety is also adequate.

Sprouted pepper, tomato and cucumber crops use up to 90% biological plant protection, meaning protection against pests is achieved by utilizing their natural enemies.

The growing season for fresh vegetables is longer than greenhouse farming, as outdoor cultivation is more limited by climatic conditions.

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