Limited Liability Company "BUKHARA AGROCLUSTER" is responsible for compliance with the Civil Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Law "On Joint Stock Companies and Protection of Shareholders' Rights" and the Law "On Limited and Additional Liability Companies" and a joint stock company established in the city in accordance with decisions extraordinary general meeting. Approved in a new edition by the decision of the extraordinary General Meeting of Participants dated December 14, 2019.
MAIN GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE Bukhara Agrocluster
introduction of advanced scientific achievements, modern and effective methods of growing raw cotton and other types of agricultural crops;
introduction of efficient and highly profitable methods of primary processing of raw cotton, as well as technologies of deep processing;
production, preparation and sale of sowing seeds of cotton and other agricultural crops in accordance with the requirements of state and international standards;
introduction of advanced agrotechnical and water-saving technologies in the production of raw cotton and other agricultural products;
organization of deep processing of agricultural raw materials and the production of competitive, export-oriented products by attracting direct investments, including foreign ones, as well as loans from international financial institutions;
widespread introduction of modern information and communication technologies in the processes of accounting and control over the quality and quantity of cotton and other agricultural products produced;
carrying out, together with scientific and educational institutions, research in the field of selection and seed production, the creation of new varieties and hybrids of agricultural crops, as well as technologies for the primary processing of raw cotton.
Uzbekistan has its own school and traditions of ancient agriculture, it is considered a country of real craftsmen who, if necessary, can extract gold from the dust.
According to ancient sources, cotton growing came to us 2000 BC, and the process of primary processing of cotton arose at about the same time.
Processing of raw cotton, cleaning, separation of fiber from seeds, production of cotton wool and fiber appeared simultaneously with the agricultural technology of cotton cultivation. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, this was done in the most primitive way, using the simplest tools: chigir, charkh, devgarh, yig, spinning wheels.
One of the main goals of Royal Russia in Central Asia is to seize more fertile lands for the cultivation of cotton in order to provide their textile factories with raw materials. Previously, traders and industrialists of tsarist Russia initially limited themselves to buying refined cotton at the markets. To ensure the development of production, early ripening varieties of medium staple cotton were brought to our country from Mexico, and this prompted the construction of numerous factories and the formation of large cotton associations.