Ukraine has the largest reserves of black soil in the world. It occupied 44% of the country's territory, and it is one-tenth of all world reserves. The Ukrainian steppes for centuries and millennia of black soil remained intact, accumulating solar energy and water.
Grass in these fertile soils grew over the summer so that it was difficult to discern even a rider on a horse. Now the land is almost completely used in agricultural activities.
Ukrainian black soil is very nutritious, good holds and absorbs moisture, and with proper cultivation gives a stable and high yield high-grade wheat from which Ukrainian Millers produce high-quality, organic wheat flour. Wheat flour of Ukrainian producers deservedly appreciated in many countries of the world, both in Europe and in the countries of South-East Asia, Africa, and Asia.