People are cultivating land plots more and more intensely in Georgia's coastal region of Adjara.
As Paata Aroshidze, an expert in economic and social affairs, says people use agro-cards for specific purposes for the first time for the latest years.
He says the people try not to leave a land plot uncultivated across the region.
Paata Aroshidze states the Adjara population has enjoyed 'a double subsidy' and received aid from the central and regional governments.
"In 2020, many who were not engaged in agricultural work were able to cultivate the land. I think that this year agricultural cards will be used for their intended purpose, and not resold, as happened in previous years. At this stage, the map has not lost its agricultural purpose. The pandemic contributed to some extent to the development of agriculture. Existing government programs also help to make the agricultural sector more active. It will affect the pace of production," Paata Aroshidze declared.
As Adjara's Agriculture Ministry reports, more than 6,000 people have enjoyed the government-elaborated anti-crisis plan.
As Minister Tite Aroshidze stated earlier, two thousand hectares will be mowed for free when presenting the completed programs.