GLOBALG.A.P. is an internationally recognized set of farm standards dedicated to Good Agricultural Practices (GAP). Through certification, now “Kietaviškių gausa” demonstrate its adherence to GLOBALG.A.P. standards. For consumers and retailers, the GLOBALG.A.P. certificate is reassurance that vegetables of “Kietaviškių gausa” reaches accepted levels of safety and quality, and has been produced sustainably, respecting the health, safety, and welfare of workers and the environment welfare issues. Such reassurance also allows the … Read More
Project owner: UAB Kietaviškių Gausa Project name: Modernization of UAB Kietaviškių gausa production bases Project No.: 17VM-KV-14-1-05246-PR001 Project initiation date: 2015 – 06 – 18 Project end date: 2017 – 05 – 22 Financial support allocated to the project: EUR 9,983,650.58 The project is being executed according to the “Rural development programme 2014-2020”, section “Investments into tangible assets – Investment … Read More
Tomato season has begun. One can find numerous recommendations regarding growing tomatoes in literature or just by asking for advice from experienced gardeners. But little do know, that professional vegetable farmers in Lithuania have a unique assistant helping them – bumblebees. Alternative assistance in the greenhouse In current day’s modern vegetable greenhouses, bumblebees are increasingly more popular for pollination. Pollinated … Read More
Kietaviškių vegetables are going to “Maisto Bankas” – at the end of May, we have delivered 880 kilograms of cucumbers and we’re definitely not stopping there! We encourage everyone to take part in this social movement, as it is not only our duty, but our responsibility to provide for those in need. Join us in this wonderful initiative!
The Minister of Agriculture evaluated how the vegetables will be grown in Kietaviškės greenhouses during winter The Minister of Agriculture of Lithuania, Virginija Baltraitienė, visited the largest greenhouse complex in Lithuania – Kietaviškių gausa. The company is currently undergoing a reconstruction, after which it will be able to offer fresh Lithuanian vegetables all year round. The modernization is one of … Read More
Starting next year – Lithuanian vegetables all year round Spring has come to Lithuania, and we can notice that in supermarket shelves – shoppers can already buy their first hothouse cucumbers and lettuce in containers, and soon they will able to enjoy fresh Lithuanian garden cucumbers. And, after 1.5 or 2 months – the first Lithuanian tomatoes. Standing next to … Read More