Abstract

Preparation, storage and efficient use of planting stock are the most important operations of end-to-end procurement technologies - transportation of agricultural products for the production of functional products. Among the most significant agricultural products for consumption by the population of many countries of the world are potatoes. This led to many years of research and development by scientists in the field of preparation, storage and efficient use of seed potatoes. However, these problems have not been completely resolved, which, for example, in Russia is largely caused by the destruction of the potato industry during the years of perestroika. In Russia, a significant factor hindering the growth of productivity and quality of potatoes is the low quality of planting stock. Of about 400 varieties of potatoes in the domestic market, about half are foreign breeding. There is an underestimation of the importance of potatoes for the production of functional foods. The authors believe that the most important condition for assessing the state and development trends of innovative research is the formation of a knowledge base in the field of technology and technology for the procurement and use of seed potatoes. A systematic scientific-informational and patent search made it possible to give such an assessment and form a knowledge base in the field of technologies and physical effects for the preparation, storage and use of seed potatoes for the production of high-yielding agricultural products.

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