Economic Prospects of Innovative Technologies of In Vitro Cultivation of Seedlings
Ivanova A.V. and
International Journal of Economics & Business Administration (IJEBA), 2019, vol. VII, issue Special 1, 439-446
Purpose: The article discusses the economic prospects of innovative technologies for planting material of forest trees. The results of the development of an organizational model of business processes of growing forest seedlings are given and the stages of reproduction technology are described, its competitive advantages are revealed. Structure/Methodology/Approach: The use of innovative technologies in reforestation and afforestation in Russia remains insufficiently developed. Promising methods of reforestation is the use of seedlings grown by cloning. Findings: The duration and cost for each stage of the forest seedling technology were determined. The technology of clonal micropropagation includes a combination of techniques, the choice of a donor plant and the preparation of the source material of the species. Practical implications: It has been established that the development and introduction of technological innovations into practice requires financial support, due to the high cost of growing seedlings of woody plants. The developed organizational model of the process of clonal micropropagation can be used in organizing the production of seedlings of woody plants in forest seed breeding centers. Originality/Value: The development of clonal breeding technologies for modern breeding and seed centers is promising, however, there are a few difficulties that impede the successful development of production and reduce the economic efficiency of reforestation activities.
Keywords: In vitro; forestry; innovative technologies; economic production. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C81 O32 Q23 Q51 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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