The Institute of Agriculture has been developing new types of seeds to produce high-yielding varieties. There are several thousand of them in the genetic bank. Frost-resistant and tall wheat, grains with violet color. The latter are designed for athletes and differ in composition. It takes about 12 years to create a new variety of plants. In greenhouses, where the temperature reaches 21 degrees centigrade, the process is accelerated to three harvests per year. The Institute of Experimental Botany has already registered 51 rare species.