Poland talks about rising grain prices in the EU amid suspension of Russian exports


Abroad, there was a reaction to the suspension of Russian grain exports. Recall that on the eve of information was confirmed that the Russian Federation will stop the export of rye, wheat, barley and corn outside the EAEU until July 1. This information led to a stir in the global food market.


They decided to tell about the situation that is connected with the decision of Russia and its possible consequences in the Polish press. One of the largest publications in Poland, Rzeczpospolita, comes out with material from Ivona Trusiewicz, which reports that this decision of the Russian Federation is made for the first time in a decade.

From material in Rzeczpospolita:

Grain prices in Europe are rising rapidly. In just three weeks, Russian exporters sold all the grain for which they had a permit. The Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation against this background said that it was not going to increase the export quota.

Such a quota can be revised from June 1 to June 30, however, by decision of the ministry, Russia will not at all deliver cereals abroad (outside the Eurasian Economic Union) for this period.

Ivona Trusevich:

The last time Russia banned grain exports in the wake of the 2010 drought. He acted until the end of 2010.

In a Polish newspaper it is reported that in the European Union the price of a ton of wheat has surpassed the bar of 200 euros, reaching the mark of 206 euros. This is almost a year and a half maximum.

Against such a background, food prices in Europe are expected to rise in price, stating that they are not able to provide themselves with sufficient volumes of grain.

Meanwhile, the forecast of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation for harvest-2020 is about 125 million tons.
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  1. Kurare April 27 2020 16: 15 New
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    "Country-gas station", it turns out, also became the nurse.
    Well, we are awaiting accusations of "illegality of such actions."
    1. Zhan April 27 2020 16: 22 New
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      Quote: Kurare
      "Country-gas station", it turns out, also became the nurse.
      Well, we are awaiting accusations of "illegality of such actions."

      Yes, in a good way to them, let them as they want, and swear. WTO is the reason.
      1. Tatyana April 27 2020 17: 29 New
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        Against such a background, food prices in Europe are expected to rise in price, stating that they are not able to provide themselves with sufficient volumes of grain.

        Ha! NATO countries - especially Poland - are going to go to war in Russia. Shit the Russian Federation how much in vain! And we will feed them during the sowing season during the pandemic of the coronavirus, without regard to the future!

        With Hitler of the USSR in 1941 it already passed! Haha Russia again tread on the same rake - to share their food before the war with enemies.

        As they are to us, so are we to them! (Sarcasm.)
        1. Thrall April 27 2020 20: 24 New
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          Quote: Tatiana
          to share their food before the war with enemies

          Well, why? Generous Russia can offer "partners" some food options:
          - horseradish with butter
          - salmon tuna
          - bleached (to be eaten)
          . smile smile
          1. Andrey Gurenkov April 28 2020 11: 46 New
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            Well, yes, and also ventilator USA
        2. Kot_Kuzya April 27 2020 23: 29 New
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          Quote: Tatiana
          With Hitler of the USSR in 1941 it already passed! Haha Russia again tread on the same rake - to share their food before the war with enemies.

          Do not write nonsense. The USSR supplied grain as payment for a German loan in the amount of 200 million Reichsmarks received in August 1939 before signing the non-aggression treaty. Grain supplies were no help from a "starving Germany."
        3. Stalllker April 28 2020 03: 49 New
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          We sell, not share
          1. atalef April 28 2020 06: 16 New
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            Quote: Stalllker
            We sell, not share

            article is not clear.
            It is written - has risen in price. and how much has it risen?
            2 times. 10 times or
            Last week, prices for Russian wheat jumped immediately to $ 10, to $ 217 per ton.

            $ 10 per ton?
            Per ton - Carl.
            by as much as 5%
            This of course will significantly increase food prices. belay
            Bread and pasta on the European table will become simply not an allowable luxury. laughing
            Article by nothing.
            1. Stalllker April 28 2020 06: 26 New
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              It’s clear, the supply of grain has decreased, as a result of which prices have been raised, an ordinary market economy, what's the big deal ???? Unless of course you are a primary school student
            2. Stalllker April 28 2020 06: 30 New
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              It's April, and 5% is just the beginning !!! In June, grain will pass for $ 250, you will see. With inflation, just over 1%, in Europe, the rise in price of strategic food by 5% is already a lot
              1. atalef April 28 2020 06: 40 New
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                Quote: Stalllker
                In June, grain will pass for $ 250, you will see

                And?
                Quote: Stalllker
                in Europe, the rise in price of strategic food by 5% is already a lot

                Well, it’s clear that Europeans live exclusively on bread and pasta, and 5% - well, is that much?
                as much as 50 - euros per thousand.
                According to the Federal State Statistics Service, the top three most expensive products by the end of 2019 included cereals, which added 15%, butter (10%) and bread (6%).

                so how?
                many starving?
                1. Stalllker April 28 2020 08: 31 New
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                  What does hunger, the dead, and so on. I’m talking about the economy, but you’ve suffered in the cemetery. The same thing I can tell you as an example about gas prices !!! He gave in, so how ???? Stopped driving a lot?
                  1. atalef April 28 2020 10: 35 New
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                    Quote: Stalllker
                    What does hunger, the dead, and so on. I’m talking about the economy, but you’ve suffered in the cemetery. The same thing I can tell you as an example about gas prices !!! He gave in, so how ???? Stopped driving a lot?

                    So I'm talking about the economy.
                    A rise in price of 5% is simply nothing.
                    Seasonal price fluctuations are more significant.
          2. Tatyana April 28 2020 14: 05 New
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            Quote: Stalllker
            We sell, not share

            If before the war you sell strategic raw materials to a potential enemy, including strategic productive raw materials for feeding the population, livestock and armed forces of an enemy country, this means that by doing so the seller country will TRANSFER the enemy aggressor and its strategy for future victory over itself, instead of its own victory over it.
            Therefore, you need to know what to sell abroad when and to whom!
            1. atalef April 29 2020 09: 59 New
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              Quote: Tatiana
              If before the war

              Tatyana, are you already in the trench?
              Quote: Tatiana
              selling strategic raw materials to a potential enemy, including withtrarategic productive raw materials

              new concept, eco wah wrapped up
              Is oil and gas strategic?

              Quote: Tatiana
              that by doing so, the seller country transfers the enemy aggressor and its strategy for future victory

              Future victory strategy belay
              What do we smoke?
        4. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 09: 21 New
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          We never shared with Hitler. We paid for food supplies from Germany to the USSR with high-tech products, mainly machine tools. Which subsequently worked for our Victory.
          1. Tatyana April 28 2020 14: 25 New
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            Quote: AU Ivanov.
            We never shared with Hitler. We paid for food supplies from Germany to the USSR with high-tech products, mainly machine tools. Which subsequently worked for our Victory.

            In 1941, this did not happen.
            In 1941, Hitler at first, due to deliveries from the USSR, replenished all ANNUAL grain reserves of German foodstuffs - and immediately attacked the USSR insidiously!
            1. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 14: 38 New
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              The supply data of 1940 and 1941 show that these deliveries increased from month to month. In February 1940, Germany supplied the USSR with products worth 1,8 million marks, in June - already at 30,8 million marks, and in December 1940 - at 37,7 million marks. And the last train in June 1941 went not from the USSR to Germany, but from Germany to the USSR, with unique equipment for our industry. It is enough to point out that in January 1941, Germany supplied the USSR with products worth 29,6 million marks, and in June 1941 - 53,2 million marks.
              1. Tatyana April 28 2020 14: 48 New
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                As I was taught, the USSR in advance - in the sense before receiving a NEW grain crop in 1941, i.e. at the expense of the OLD harvest - Hitler replenished in this sense with ADVANCE the annual 1941 grain reserves of Germany, and not only.
                And after the supply of these grains from the USSR in full, Hitler insidiously attacked the USSR.
                1. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 14: 57 New
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                  Well, we received more valuable things from the Germans: industrial equipment that successfully forged a victory in our rear and advanced technologies that the USSR did not possess at that time. Suffice it to say that the German hydraulic presses on Uralmash stamped parts for our armored vehicles throughout the war. And our grain was eaten by the Germans in less than a year.
                  1. Tatyana April 28 2020 15: 14 New
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                    Quote: AU Ivanov.
                    And our grain was eaten by the Germans in less than a year.

                    And nevertheless, even if it is so that our grain was eaten by the Germans in less than a year, the years 1941-1942 were the most difficult for the Soviet Union and the USSR in terms of food supplies during the Second World War.

                    I was taught in the history of the CPSU that such an advance sale of grain of the USSR of Germany to the Second World War from strategic stocks of grain of the OLD crop until a NEW crop was a politically compelled strategic error of the CPSU, which should NOT be repeated AGAIN.
                    This mistake cost our country dearly.
                    1. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 15: 28 New
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                      It’s good for us to reason with our afterlife. Here, in the lack of supply, the seizure of food supplies by Germany in the occupied territories also played a role. Well, the carelessness of the then authorities. A fact is known when, shortly before the encirclement of Leningrad, Mikoyan suggested Zhdanov to send food trains to St. Petersburg. Zhdanov refused. And this is several tens of thousands of tons of products.
                      1. Tatyana April 28 2020 15: 38 New
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                        Quote: AU Ivanov.
                        Mikoyan suggested Zhdanov to send food trains to Peter. Zhdanov refused. And this is several tens of thousands of tons of products.

                        What is the use of this? The famous Badaevsky warehouses with huge food supplies in Leningrad almost throughout the city, with targeted shelling by the Germans, completely burned out in the early days of the blockade.
                        Badayevskie warehouses had to be distributed among warehouses throughout the city. But they did not manage to do this. The enemy approached the city too quickly.
                      2. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 15: 49 New
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                        In Badayevsky warehouses, in fact, a 3-5-day supply of food was stored, its loss was uncritical. Critical was the overall small supply of food.
                      3. Tatyana April 28 2020 16: 02 New
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                        All the same, it was especially nowhere to especially store food for the future in besieged Leningrad for a long period. Warehouses in the city were not enough in that case.

                        The USSR was not sufficiently prepared for war. And the gossip that Stalin was supposedly the first to attack Germany is sheer bullies!
                      4. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 16: 09 New
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                        The USSR was not ready for such a war, as not a single state in the world was ready for it. Stalin did not really want to attack first.
                      5. Mabius April 28 2020 16: 17 New
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                        Quote: Tatiana
                        Anyway, there was especially nowhere to especially store products for future use in Leningrad for a long period.

                        Well, Tatyana I don’t know, the Baltic Fleet was located there, the largest military factories and Finland couldn’t be aggressive, so that there weren’t any reserves .. Another question is that the air defense was not enough, well, saboteurs .. From the memoirs of the blockade at the site of Badayev’s warehouses the land was literally it is saturated with sugar and then it was recruited for a long time and somehow filtered ..
                      6. Tatyana April 28 2020 16: 28 New
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                        Quote: Mabius
                        Well, I don’t know, Tatyana, the Baltic Fleet was located there, the largest military factories and Finland could not be aggressive nearby, so that there were no reserves

                        The city entered the war, having the usual supply of food.
                        Food cards were introduced in Leningrad on July 17, 1941, that is, even before the blockade, however, this was done only to restore order in supply.

                        Military blockade of the city of Leningrad German, Finnish and Spanish forces with the participation of volunteers from North Africa, Europe and the Italian naval forces during the Second World War started on September 8, 1941 and lasted until January 27, 1944 - only 872 days.
                      7. Tatyana April 28 2020 16: 45 New
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                        Quote: Mabius
                        in place of the Badayevsky warehouses, the land was literally saturated with sugar, and then it was recruited for a long time and somehow filtered ..

                        The blockade was declared precisely on the day after the Badayevsky warehouses burned down.

                        REFERENCE from the declassified data of the Central Internal Affairs Directorate.
                        September 8, 1941, half past five in the evening: on the streets of Leningrad there was a rumble of air raid sirens mixed with the roar of fascist aircraft. A city of 6 thousand incendiary bombs falls on the city. Almost 200 fires flare up instantly.
                        The Badayevsky warehouses also caught fire. In fact, there was no one to extinguish the fire - of the 38 people of the local fire brigade, less than half fight with fire: some were sent to dig trenches, others simply could not go to the warehouses - people did not have a permit to move around the city with an air alert.
                        The first city firefighters arrived in an hour and a half, but there’s nothing left to extinguish: Of the 50 wooden buildings 40 were almost completely burned. The fire destroyed 3 thousand tons of flour and 2,5 thousand tons of sugar.
                2. Mabius April 28 2020 16: 07 New
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                  Quote: AU Ivanov.
                  In Badayevsky warehouses, in fact, a 3-5-day supply of food was stored, its loss was uncritical. Critical was the overall small supply of food.

                  The first time I hear about it and I doubt it, that the largest city in the USSR does not have large food supplies .. Do not you confuse the respected?
                3. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 17: 37 New
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                  Peter had stocks of grain and flour for 30-35 days, that is, until mid-October. According to various sources, in the Badayevskys there were from 3,5 to 5% of the total reserves of bread and sugar.
                4. Mabius April 28 2020 18: 12 New
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                  Quote: Tatiana
                  The first city firefighters arrived in an hour and a half, but there was nothing left to extinguish: 50 of the 40 wooden buildings were almost completely burned. The fire destroyed 3 thousand tons of flour and 2,5 thousand tons of sugar.

                  All this was terribly Tatyana .. I hope now there are underground warehouses and not for a month or two, but at least for a year .. Indeed, they can at any time .. God forbid, such an experience
      2. atalef April 29 2020 10: 00 New
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        Quote: Tatiana
        According to the history of the CPSU, they taught me that such an advance sale of grain of the USSR of Germany to the Second World War from strategic stocks of grain OLD harvest before receiving a NEW harvest was a politically compelled strategic error of the CPSUwhich you CAN’t never repeat AGAIN.

        Stalin was wrong?
        Tatyana - you are an opportunist. am
  • Lara Croft April 27 2020 16: 24 New
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    Quote: Kurare
    "Country-gas station", it turns out, also became the nurse.

    Moreover, the nurse (that is, taking first place in the world in grain exports), she has been at least 5 last years ...
    1. Irokez April 27 2020 16: 28 New
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      But some do not want to notice this and everything translates to the fact that we simply have to feed some pampered. That is, give us oil and bread. Something is wrong here.
      I think the coronavirus should all lead to a common denominator - "who is who."
      1. Lara Croft April 27 2020 16: 31 New
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        Quote: Irokez
        I think the coronavirus should all lead to a common denominator - "who is who."

        Better not to the general, but to the denominator in our favor ....
        1. Irokez April 27 2020 16: 31 New
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          So it and the general will clearly show everything.
        2. Ross xnumx April 27 2020 17: 36 New
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          Quote: Lara Croft
          Better not to the general, but to the denominator in our favor ....

          Information for reflection on the benefits of labor in agriculture:
          In 2019, 120 tons of grain from 600 ha were harvested in Russia. Thus, the yield of wheat averaged 000, 28 c / ha. However, today in the Russian Federation about 069 ha are abandoned and taken out of crop rotation (for various reasons). Those. This area is one and a half times larger than all sown areas for winter and spring wheat involved in 800. Thus, the potential of cultivated grain could be increased by 42 million tons (half the area under steam). With a grain price of about 96 € per ton, the cost of these 40 million tons was 17, 2 billion €
          So, Pushkin was right.
          1. Senior seaman April 27 2020 17: 42 New
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            Here are just the grain that you write about, harvested in the southern regions of our country, and abandoned farmland is located a bit to the north, where such productivity will not be close.
            1. Nyrobsky April 27 2020 20: 13 New
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              Quote: Senior Sailor
              Here are just the grain that you write about, harvested in the southern regions of our country, and abandoned farmland is located a bit to the north, where such productivity will not be close.

              On the lands to the north, flax, oats, barley and rye will not feel bad, which will allow the south to free up areas for wheat. The only problem is that we do not have the ability to increase the yield because there is no where to store it in view of the fact that over the years of "optimization" i.e. In the struggle against the village, a lot of granaries were rendered unusable, and the rural population decreased significantly.
              1. dik-nsk April 28 2020 05: 35 New
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                On the lands to the north, they will not feel bad ...
                you are right, and class A wheat is growing very well here .. moreover, paradoxically, our (Siberian) grain is better than central Russia and more valued
                1. hydrox April 28 2020 08: 31 New
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                  This is because there is less thrips in Siberia :: but wait a minute, after the current winter weather it is still unknown how much will grow ...
                  1. hydrox April 28 2020 10: 26 New
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                    How funny Liberda stuck this minus, because she was offended that she was caught failing to fulfill American plans to infect Siberian fields with thrips !? laughing
                    1. hydrox April 28 2020 11: 01 New
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                      Fir-trees!
                      It only dawned on me now that our erudite sofa strategists took the name of an insect for the name of a sexually transmitted disease! laughing
              2. Mabius April 28 2020 18: 32 New
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                Quote: Nyrobsky
                On the lands to the north, flax, oats, barley and rye will not feel bad, which will allow the south to free up areas for wheat.

                But wheat productivity in the virgin steppe regions is not so high, but it is of elite hard varieties, which is very appreciated in the production of pasta, etc. ..And what bread is out of it ..!
                Here are just a lot of fields abandoned and farming did not take root (they took a couple of crops in the 90s, bought the Volga and drank it) and ran away, since the land needs to be constantly fertilized, weed control, etc. ..
                Give cheap loans and agricultural equipment, and Russia will simply fill up the world with food .. The worst thing is some strange operations with arable fertile land, somewhere they are all drawn up for someone .. Muscovites mumble with bags of money across Russia
                It would have happened that Russia was left without land, everything was bought up ..
                Well then, the Proletarian of all countries will unite! We are ours, we will build a new world ..)))) Russia knows how to put the world upside down soldier
                1. Nyrobsky April 28 2020 19: 29 New
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                  Quote: Mabius
                  Here are just a lot of fields abandoned and farming did not take root (they took a couple of crops in the 90s, bought the Volga and drank it)

                  That is yes. Collective farms and state farms were destroyed with rapture, since the ultimate goal was not even the development of farming, but depriving Russia of the possibility of self-sufficiency in food. The people then, having heard the tales of farming, pulled everything by shares, to whom a tractor, to a mowing machine, to whom buckets and podoilniki, and as a result, I encountered how you write
                  since you need to take care of the land constantly fertilizer, weed control, etc. .
                  plus add here - storage of crops, processing and marketing. As a result, the arrival of "Farming" on a significant part of the farmland did not shine, and the number of dead villages exceeded tens of thousands.
          2. Hagen April 27 2020 17: 45 New
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            Quote: ROSS 42
            In 2019, 120 tons of grain from 600 ha were harvested in Russia

            It's about all the grain, and here you are counting the yield on one wheat ?! You are definitely not from the village. Throw another 86 million tons into the market, and your products will fall in price to unprofitable values ​​and you will go broke. When you write, think about the subject of reasoning. It was this style of work in the village of the CPSU that at one time brought the country to absolute dependence on food imports.
            1. Ross xnumx April 27 2020 18: 08 New
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              Quote: Hagen
              It's about all the grain, and here you are counting the yield on one wheat ?! You are definitely not from the village.

              You are not building a village dock from yourself. I gave approximate figures, but you can search for yourself (lackeys in the country without me are enough), at least here:
              https://agrovesti.net/lib/industries/cereals/posevnye-ploshchadi-pshenitsy-v-rossii-itogi-2019-goda.html
              According to preliminary data of the Federal State Statistics Service, the sown areas of winter and spring wheat in Russia in 2019 amounted to 28 thousand ha in farms of all categories (069,8% of all crops were sown for winter wheat, 56,3% for spring wheat).
              Over the year, in relation to 2018, the area grew by 3,0% (by 805,7 thousand ha), over 5 years - by 11,1% (by 2 812,2 thousand ha). However, over 10 years they decreased by 2,2% (by 632,0 thousand ha). Compared to 2001, the size of crops increased by 18,1% (by 4 306,1 thousand ha).

              Quote: Senior Sailor
              ... and abandoned farmland is located somewhat to the north, where such productivity will not be close.

              Even here in Siberia, not to mention Altai, the yield is (for example):
              According to the press service of the Siberian plenipotentiary, in general, harvesting in Siberia is ahead of the pace of 2018. More than 40% of the grain area is threshed, including over a third of wheat. Harvesting is ahead of last year’s pace in the country as a whole. According to the operational data of the federal Ministry of Agriculture, by September 10, grain and leguminous crops were threshed from 33,5 million hectares, or 72% of the sown area (in 2018 - 31 million hectares). Gross grain harvest reached 95 million tons in bunker weight, average yield is 28,4 c / ha, which is 2,5% higher than last year at this date.

              When I read such comments, not only do I scratch in the most immodest places, but I also remember:
              Tearing the pile apart
              Rooster found pearl grain
              And he says: "Where is it?
              What a thing is empty!

              hi
              1. Hagen April 27 2020 18: 16 New
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                Quote: ROSS 42
                not only do I scratch in the most immodest places

                Have you tried to wash? As you write, they understand you. And do not be nervous.
              2. A009 April 28 2020 04: 14 New
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                You about Thomas, you about Yerema. A person with a little bit of understanding said that a one-time conclusion of such a volume would make all the cx unprofitable. As I understand it (according to statistics) there is a systematic increase, squeezing competitors out of the market. All that is good is done slowly, wisely and thoroughly. But they didn’t arrive and defeated everyone (by the way, they cited the planned economy of the USSR as an example very well)
                1. hydrox April 28 2020 08: 43 New
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                  And the story with grain is no better than the story with the forest :: All of Russia last week voiced a voice when it turned out that RosRegistr (a purely brushwood office!) Brought more funds to the budget than all the forest owners combined.
                  It is time to return the export of wood, fish and grain back to the hands of the state, otherwise, living in the forest, we will remain without firewood, while the cattle and the bird will die from the nest, and the people will curse the Norwegian loafers, too lazy to catch herrings for us salmon - so one figs there will be nothing to buy Norwegian fish!
            2. chenia April 27 2020 19: 50 New
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              Quote: Hagen
              It was this style of work in the village of the CPSU that at one time brought the country to absolute dependence on food imports.


              If per capita consumption reaches Soviet, then there will be an over-absolute dependence on the same import. There is not enough oil.
              1. Hagen April 27 2020 21: 22 New
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                Quote: chenia
                If per capita consumption reaches Soviet

                "... In 1963, the USSR purchased 10,4 million tons and 2,1 million tons of flour from the United States. Some of the purchases were not spent on domestic consumption, but were forced to re-export. The severity of the crisis was temporarily removed, and in 1964, grain exports from the USSR it again exceeded its import, but the situation was repeated under Brezhnev already in 1965. The purchase of another 9 million tons of grain came out of the new crisis and the usual balance was restored.
                The USSR has become chronicly dependent on food imports since 1972. In that year, only 1 million tons of grain was exported from the USSR, and 23 million tons were imported. In this respect, the years 1975 and 1979 became especially turning point, when grain exports fell almost to zero, at the same time, 27 million were purchased (according to other sources, 22 million) and 31 million tons of grain.
                In 1980, imports amounted, in gross terms, to 43 million tons. And, finally, 1985 turned out to be the “blackest" when it was necessary to purchase 47 million tons (45,6 million according to other sources) of grain. In many ways, it was such a strong food dependence of the USSR that became one of the incentives for the Soviet leadership to announce the policy of Perestroika ... "Is something else needed for" food abundance fans in the USSR "? Can you find the same for meat and other products. Or do you still think that the collapse of the Union happened from scratch? There are no random phenomena of this magnitude in history ...
                1. Mordvin 3 April 28 2020 08: 11 New
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                  Quote: Hagen
                  And, finally, 1985 turned out to be the “blackest" when it was necessary to purchase 47 million tons (45,6 million according to other sources) of grain.

                  Despite the fact that recalling articles from the journal "Fisherman", it is recalled how the fishermen put the bread in full string bags in water in order to bait the fish. And the pigs were fed, and everything was littered with bread crusts in the dining rooms. Yes, and now ... I was walking by Pyaterochka the other day, I saw the loaves being thrown out.
                  1. Hagen April 28 2020 10: 25 New
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    fishermen bait fish bread in full string bags lowered into water

                    Yes, and all the way bread cost 15 kopecks (gray, 800 grams). The price did not include labor and material resources. The price was set by a strong-willed way. In this way, they destroyed the economy of the USSR.
                2. chenia April 28 2020 09: 25 New
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                  Quote: Hagen
                  Something else is needed for "fans of food abundance in the USSR"?


                  The question then was not about bread, but about feed. The growth of livestock in those years (and this is meat), and created a shortage of grain. You will say that they did not import feed grain. Yes, grain of the first class, because transportation and storage, did not make it profitable to buy fodder. And so their grain was transferred to fodder, and at the right time they were bought over the hill (no longer spent on storage. And as soon as animal husbandry collapsed, both Russia and Ukraine (animal husbandry fell there before the 30s of the last century) became world grain exporters.
                  And the abundance of meat and milk now in stores is determined by the price. For milk, it is 10 times more (at present prices), for meat three to five times than then. Talk about fish and juices?
              2. Kot_Kuzya April 27 2020 23: 35 New
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                Do not write nonsense. 120 million grain harvested is more than enough to feed the country's population. 120 million tons of grain is more than 800 kg of grain for every Russian.
          3. atalef April 28 2020 10: 38 New
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            With a grain price of about 200 € per ton, the cost of these 86 million tons amounted to 17 billion €
            So, Pushkin was right.

            No, not right.
            There is such a thing as overproduction - at the same time the price falls (as it is now with oil) - the result, you can collect a record crop and go bankrupt.
          4. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 19: 03 New
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            Such an amount of grain simply can not be sold. Overproduction and collapse in cereal prices. Like now with oil.
          5. Boris Chernikov April 28 2020 23: 07 New
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            not really, if you dump such an amount of grain on the market, it will depreciate .. So now there is grain in warehouses. The fact is that there is no certainty in the success of the CX this season, they are waiting for the heat .. If the grain grows normally, then the supply of surplus foreign crops starts .. Yes, and the price will rise, there is an opinion that the EU will fail the sowing this year
        3. DymOk_v_dYmke April 27 2020 18: 51 New
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          Quote: Lara Croft
          Quote: Irokez
          I think the coronavirus should all lead to a common denominator - "who is who."

          Better not to the general, but to the denominator in our favor ....

          Even better - to the division into "who is who" and "who is who".
        4. Oyo Sarkazmi April 27 2020 20: 17 New
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          Quote: Lara Croft
          and to the denominator in our favor

          Well, let the denominator be common. And the numerator is not worth sharing tongue
      2. yustas April 27 2020 17: 53 New
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        Come on, many still cry that our fields are empty ... and all the time, we won’t surrender in anything and generally all villages and collective farms went bankrupt. And here in mathematics, something did not fit)
        1. Mordvin 3 April 27 2020 18: 06 New
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          Quote: yustas
          And here in mathematics, something did not fit)

          It all came together. Compare what classes of grain were produced in the USSR, and which now. Lower class - more crop.
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            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            Compare what classes of grain were produced in the USSR, and which now. Lower class - more crop.

            A good grain is one that goes to bread, with a high protein content, and with a low content, it is fodder.
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              A good grain is one that goes to bread, high in protein,

              Only the Guests changed. There was less grain class in the union.
          2. Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 19: 00 New
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            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            Quote: yustas
            And here in mathematics, something did not fit)

            It all came together. Compare what classes of grain were produced in the USSR, and which now. Lower class - more crop.

            Grain is the same laughing
            1. Mordvin 3 April 28 2020 07: 36 New
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              Quote: Gennady Fomkin
              Grain is the same

              Are you aware of the grain class in the USSR and the Russian Federation?
              Despite the colossal harvests that Russian farmers collect, there is a shortage of high-quality millet in the country, Rossiyskaya Gazeta writes. This year, the country will not have enough quality wheat for baking bakery products, say milling mills.

              The shortage of third-grade food wheat used for baking bakery products is 12,6 million tons, said the head of the Russian Union of Flour and Groats Enterprises Arkady Gurevich.

              At the same time, the expert noted that the quality of wheat, which this year was collected by Russian grain growers, is very low. The volume of third grade millet in gross output in 2012 was slightly higher than 48 percent, in 2013 - 38,5 percent, in 2014 - 34,2 percent, in 2015 - about 33 percent. But this year the situation is even worse - according to preliminary data, as of September 1, the share of high-quality grain reached the figure of only 18 percent.

              http://agrorus-news.ru/news/russian-news/16438-Mukomoly-bjut-trevogu-v-strane-deficit-kachestvennoj-pshenicy
              Maybe something has changed in 4 years? And then I do not know.
              Quote: KCA
              In the USSR, it was always bad with durum wheat, my acquaintance drove a dry cargo ship to Canada for several years, brought wheat there, and from there wheat, fodder, hard varieties from there, and “I can’t do it” back and forth

              Well, and I, in turn, have been riding with my father for more than a year to harvest bread in the Novomoskovskoye APO, and I also understand a little what I'm writing about.
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            KCA April 28 2020 04: 39 New
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            In the USSR, it was always bad with durum wheat, my acquaintance drove a dry cargo ship to Canada for several years, brought wheat there, and from there wheat, fodder, hard varieties from there, and “I can’t do it” back and forth
      3. Qwertyarion April 27 2020 18: 56 New
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        Quote: Irokez
        I think the coronavirus should all lead to a common denominator

        Everything will be bad.
      4. atalef April 28 2020 06: 19 New
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        But some do not want to notice this and everything translates to the fact that we simply have to feed some pampered.

        To feed?
        Well, do not wishful thinking.
        Firstly - this is a mutually beneficial process - you produce - they buy.
        Secondly, Russia is not alone in the grain market.
        Thirdly - the promise - are required.
        No one owes anything to anyone.
    2. venik April 27 2020 22: 59 New
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      Moreover, the nurse (that is, taking first place in the world in grain exports), she has been at least 5 last years ...

      =========
      Lara Croft! This is not entirely true! More precisely, it would be ABSOLUTELY true, except for the CORN! (Yes, the very one for which Khrushchev so advocated) .... In fact, if we take the official export figures, then for 2018, according to the UN Statistical Bureau - Russia exported 55 million tons of grain (of which corn - approx. 5 million tons), and the United States - 100 million tons (of which corn - 70 million tons). For other positions - yes! Russia is the largest wheat exporter, and (in terms of export volumes more than double its nearest competitors), and the share in world exports is more 26% (!!!!). Now you understand why they all so "twitched" ?! hi drinks
    3. Stalllker April 28 2020 03: 51 New
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      It’s a pity that the income is not the same as from oil and gas wassat
  • antivirus April 27 2020 16: 37 New
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    we apparently sold cheaper than francs - another vector of dependence. French turn out not childish Poles?
  • knn54 April 27 2020 16: 49 New
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    In the mid-70s (according to the stories of an acquaintance’s father), it was like in Munich they hung a poster with Brezhnev in his underpants. With a comment: Who else can I help?
    In the early 90s, the Bulgarians sold a significant amount of wheat to the Turks. The next year they were forced to import flour ... from their own wheat.
    1. Keyser soze April 27 2020 17: 01 New
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      In the early 90s, the Bulgarians sold the Turks a significant


      Accordion. We are generally among the major exporters in the world. Otherwise, so as not to rush about with numbers - in our history, in the last 1300 years there has been no case of famine or starvation in general, as in Ireland or Tsarist Russia. Plant a stick and something edible will grow. And he will give 2 procs ...
      1. Ross xnumx April 27 2020 17: 53 New
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        Quote: Keyser Soze
        Accordion. We are generally among the major exporters in the world.

        Such "button accordions" are refuted by the given figures and indicators.
        In the USSR, the shelves of all stores were littered with Bulgarian cigarettes. Vegetables, canned food from "Bulgareksport", and today?
        Over the past 1300 years, have you had any cases of "famine"? Yes, what a famine there is:
        135 years ago, Russian-Bulgarian troops won a victory over Shipka over the Turkish army of Vesil Pasha. At the beginning of 1878, the defense of Shipka was completed - one of the key and most famous episodes in the Russian-Turkish war of 1877 — 1878. The defense of Shipka bound the considerable forces of the Turkish army and provided the Russian troops with the shortest way to attack Constantinople. Shipka became the shrine of the Bulgarian patriots, since the Russian-Turkish war ended with the liberation of a significant part of Bulgaria from the Turkish yoke.

        https://topwar.ru/22852-135-let-nazad-russkaya-armiya-oderzhala-pobedu-v-bitve-za-shipku.html
        And there was WWII and there was:

        These are only two episodes ... And how much you managed to spoil - not to count ...
        1. tihonmarine April 27 2020 18: 26 New
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          These are only two episodes ... And how much you managed to spoil - not to count.

          Well, if about who and how much, then our democrats have no less than us.
    2. Mordvin 3 April 27 2020 18: 10 New
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      In the early 90s, the Bulgarians sold a significant amount of wheat to the Turks. The next year they were forced to import flour ... from their own wheat.

      And we sell grain and buy cattle.
  • TermNachTer April 27 2020 17: 47 New
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    But stupid banderlogs “drive” grain for export. It’s interesting what will they do in the fall if they don’t have a crop? Is Putin again to blame?
  • iouris April 27 2020 17: 52 New
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    ... and the granary, and the health resort, and the forge, and the shoe workshop. Only a shoemaker without boots.
  • Prisoner April 27 2020 18: 11 New
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    Another attack on the "civilized". Now they will begin to fight for grain independence and security. laughing
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  • major147 April 28 2020 00: 20 New
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    "Country gas station"

    These words are constantly heard from the hose countries!
  • Cottodraton April 28 2020 05: 53 New
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    Has already. Moreover, the UN hopes that after the end of the epidemic, Russia will share grain with the world! To prevent hunger. What is it?) ...
  • Andrey Krasnoyarsky April 28 2020 12: 56 New
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    Already waited. The US has accused Russia of "food nationalism." Like, the evil Russians refuse to feed potential enemies at the expense of their population.
  • silberwolf88 April 27 2020 16: 17 New
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    That's right ... they limited their food security interests above ... and how much and what it will cost in Europe is the tenth thing for us ...
    1. The leader of the Redskins April 27 2020 16: 20 New
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      They limited that there wouldn’t be any hunger riots. Just the answer. And the export niche can take ... The same neighbor brothers.
      1. Irokez April 27 2020 16: 33 New
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        The neighbors of the brothers also have a quota for sale and they have long worked out it.
        1. rich April 27 2020 16: 41 New
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          For this period, Russia will not at all supply grain abroad beyond the borders of the Eurasian Economic Union

          Now, many will see the benefits of membership in the EAEU. yes
          1. Irokez April 27 2020 16: 44 New
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            Quote: Rich
            Now, many will see the benefits of membership in the EAEU.

            By the way, yes, but imagine all of Africa will become a member of the EAEU.
            1. rich April 27 2020 17: 59 New
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              I can’t imagine.
              By definition - The creation of the EAEU means the transition to the next stage of integration after the CIS, the Customs Union and the Common Economic Space post-Soviet countries.
              The status of EAEU member states are Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. On May 14, 2018, Moldova received the status of observer state.
              A negotiation expert process has been launched and sectoral consultations are underway on the membership of Uzbekistan in the EAEU

        2. TermNachTer April 27 2020 17: 49 New
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          The neighbors - non-brothers, have already driven the latter for export. But if it’s not a crop, they will buy from Russia, but the price will already be, very different.
      2. gurzuf April 27 2020 17: 01 New
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        But isn’t the task of the authorities “what if there weren’t hunger riots”? So the "niche" in your opinion is more important than the hunger riots? Or is the current government for you that doesn’t do it, is everything wrong?
      3. 210ox April 27 2020 17: 12 New
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        Our deliveries go mainly not to Europe. Asia, Africa.
        1. rich April 27 2020 18: 15 New
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          Wheat importing countries from the Russian Federation for January 2019, MT
          click - table enlargement
          1. Andrey VOV April 27 2020 19: 57 New
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            Latvians are in 8th place .... well, exclusively as a transshipment base, the ports of Liepaja and Riga, they themselves do not need so much grain
      4. Nyrobsky April 27 2020 20: 42 New
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        Quote: Leader of the Redskins
        They limited that there wouldn’t be any hunger riots. Just the answer.

        In general, they give a poor forecast for the summer of 2020, expecting abnormal heat and, as a result, drought, which will hit grain crops. By mid-summer, prospects for the crop will be visible, and there will be an adjustment for quotas.
        Quote: Leader of the Redskins
        And the export niche can take ... The same neighbor brothers.
        In one season they will not take. As for the "shortfalls", soon they will have bird rights to these lands, and all profits from the crops will go into the pockets of those corporations that will buy the land and grow this wheat.
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        But better, of course, dollars and hunger?
  • frizzy April 27 2020 16: 21 New
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    What is Poland there? Hooray !!! In Kazakhstan, Elbasy gave us 50 pieces of current tenge not to everyone, but to low-income people ... that is. -6500rub in the Russian Federation. I’ll have enough for 35 pieces of 0,5. That's where I swell and forget about this S.R.A.N.Y. virus.!!!!!
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      You still ask for housing and communal services. There are fewer, but also come. hi
  • Mountain shooter April 27 2020 16: 23 New
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    It turns out that in a pandemic, grain is more valuable than oil ... Yes, most valuable ... because you want to eat three times a day ...
    I believe that until the grain of the new crop goes, Russia will not sell anything. The price of 250 euros per ton seems more attractive. Lost "oil revenues" must be compensated somehow?
    1. Irokez April 27 2020 16: 38 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      It turns out that in a pandemic, grain is more valuable than oil.
      Coronavirus will reformat the whole world to a new format, and this format is not quite (and not even very) globalist.
      A new century - a new millennium - a new world order. It is worth considering whose potential and ideology will steer in the new world order. bully
      1. Hagen April 27 2020 17: 53 New
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        Quote: Irokez
        this format is not quite (and even not very) globalist.

        Who knows ... The entire sagging economy will explode at the IMF, so it will spoil all those who have converted to the former faith. On this occasion, academics cannot come to the same opinion, and you can easily. I think it will not be easy at all, including for us.
      2. Maas April 27 2020 17: 55 New
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        Let me guess Russia?
        1. Nyrobsky April 27 2020 20: 59 New
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          Let me guess Russia?

          No. The USA + China + Russia will steer, India will steer. Europe will be under the influence of the United States. Something like that.
    2. dzvero April 27 2020 16: 41 New
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      Here you need to look at the reaction of other players. If at least one other large manufacturing country suspends export, then the price can easily exceed 300 euros / ton. Which is quite real, panic, she is so ...
    3. Leshy1975 April 27 2020 18: 32 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      It turns out that in a pandemic, grain is more valuable than oil ... Yes, most valuable ... because you want to eat three times a day ...
      I believe that until the grain of the new crop goes, Russia will not sell anything. The price of 250 euros per ton seems more attractive. Lost "oil revenues" must be compensated somehow?

      Most likely, this year there will not be much to sell. This applies not only to the Russian Federation.
      Snowless winters and light rains in the southern regions and the Central Black Sea region, which are the main breadbasket, have led to the fact that the moisture reserve in the soil has not been accumulated. Well, plus the forecast of weather forecasters for the summer (source Nevsky News):
      The supervisor of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia, Roman Vilfand, said that the coming summer could be among the five hottest in the history of Russia, RIA Novosti writes. However, temperature records are not guaranteed.
      Earlier, experts at the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that that 2020 will be the hottest in history, equal to 75%, 2020 will enter the top five heat-record years with a probability of 99,9%.

      PS And the proportion of irrigated agriculture in our country is not high. So the new crop will be in great demand inside the country. And prices for agricultural products, which is logical, will rise. hi
      1. Andrey VOV April 27 2020 19: 59 New
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        Winter crops have wintered well, so this year's harvest will be normal
        1. Leshy1975 April 27 2020 21: 08 New
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          Winter crops have wintered well, so this year's harvest will be normal

          And why should they not winter, if in fact there was no winter. And there were no factors that affect wintering:
          - Low temperatures at the depth of the tillering unit (-18 degrees Celsius for wheat)
          - Vipirai, suffocation - due to ground ice crust or freezing in ice.
          - Warming under snow cover, at relatively high winter temperatures.

          But moisture mainly accumulates in the autumn-winter period. And with this in most of the southern and Central Black Sea regions the trouble. So the main factor limiting crop yields this year will be moisture, and not the condition in which winter crops emerged from wintering. And here, no fertilizer application, which, if there is a lack of moisture, can only worsen the condition of plants (because plants are not able to absorb high concentrations of solutions).
          Now, if there is no significant rain before the completion of the exit phase into the tube, then there will be nothing to wait for a high yield.

          PS And taking into account the forecast of weather forecasters, it is clear that I do not know the moisture reserves in each specific region or economy, but it is very early to predict a normal crop now. hi
          1. Andrey VOV April 27 2020 21: 22 New
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            Our main agronomist, a man with great experience, who I can’t understate, said that everything will be fine, 2010 will not happen again
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              Quote: Andrey VOV
              Our main agronomist, a man with great experience, who I can’t understate, said that everything will be fine, 2010 will not happen again

              It is possible he knows better. A large role is played by the location of the lands of a particular farm, the type of soil in terms of its mechanical composition (the difference in loam and sandy loam in its ability to retain moisture is simply enormous).
              But in general, to predict a high yield now, is fortune-telling on coffee grounds. It is enough to wait during the cleaning period and this alone can cross out all plans. Moreover, this situation is still unfavorable in most regions.

              PS Harvest is not the one in the field, but the one that is already in stock. hi
  • Lara Croft April 27 2020 16: 29 New
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    in Europe they expect food prices to rise in price, stating that they are not able to provide themselves with sufficient volumes of grain

    .... "empirialists" panic in vain .... "the last dictator of Europe" will provide by re-exporting grain to Europeans in full, as now provides the needs of the Russian Federation with its own mussels, clams and other delicacies ....
    There will be a greater cry from the UN, which traditionally buys grain from the Russian Federation as part of its food programs to help poor countries ...
  • Doccor18 April 27 2020 16: 30 New
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    Very reasonable decision. Enough to feed those who put us in the wheel and revels in sanctions. When there is no bread or it’s expensive, then you’ll willy-nilly think about what was done wrong.
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      They will chew apples, washed down with cider, it is unlikely that they can bake charlotte.
      1. Oyo Sarkazmi April 27 2020 20: 27 New
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        They will chew apples with cider

        If quarantine lasts until June, there will be no apples. And in Britain, wild strawberries. And in the US soybeans.
        It turned out that their economy on foreign farm laborers was sharpened. There is no one to sow, no one to harvest.
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          Apples in one season do not run wild, they will bear fruit, if only there is enough moisture.
  • NF68 April 27 2020 16: 31 New
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    If this year in the EU, as meteorologists promise, there will be little rain, then the grain harvest will not be very. Therefore, prices for bakery products will increase.
  • st2st April 27 2020 16: 35 New
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    Yes, I do not care that the Russian Federation suspended the export of wheat. Someone will answer me why, with negative oil prices, the prices of oil derivatives (gasoline, solarium, fuel oil) have fallen significantly at times around the world, except for Russia. Cheaper gasoline by 3 kopecks, this is not a drop in prices, but a mockery for the average consumer.
    1. alone April 27 2020 16: 59 New
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      Quote: st2st
      Yes, I do not care that the Russian Federation suspended the export of wheat. Someone will answer me why, with negative oil prices, the prices of oil derivatives (gasoline, solarium, fuel oil) have fallen significantly at times around the world, except for Russia. Cheaper gasoline by 3 kopecks, this is not a drop in prices, but a mockery for the average consumer.

      In Russia, the price of oil derivatives has nothing to do with the global oil market ... And why, this is a matter in the competence of the Government of Russia
      1. st2st April 27 2020 17: 24 New
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        So, I sent a request to the website of the Government of the Russian Federation. Even an SMS-notification on the phone came to me, "thank you for your appeal. We value every citizen who is not indifferent to the problems of the country." And, - fsёё. The week has already passed. I didn’t wait for a specific answer
        1. alone April 27 2020 17: 33 New
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          "Thank you for your appeal. We value every citizen who is not indifferent to the problems of the country."

          well, everything ... they answered you .... But do not expect another answer ...
        2. Lara Croft April 27 2020 18: 12 New
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          Quote: st2st
          So, I sent a request to the website of the Government of the Russian Federation. Even an SMS-notification on the phone came to me, "thank you for your appeal. We value every citizen who is not indifferent to the problems of the country." And, - fsёё. The week has already passed. I didn’t wait for a specific answer

          Again, the Party and the Government in vain express dissatisfaction, but meanwhile, everything is written in:
          http://www.consultant.ru/document/cons_doc_LAW_59999/
    2. bk316 April 27 2020 17: 48 New
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      fell many times around the world except Russia.

      Well first of all you are lying. We take Germany. The price is now for 95 1,147 euros. For the year, a drop of 21%
      Secondly, THIS PRICE IN EURO will be converted into rubles. The euro rose by about 20%, that is, the dynamics of gas prices in Germany and the Russian Federation is similar.
      1. st2st April 27 2020 17: 55 New
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        Vladimir, do you live in Russia? Salaries of Germany, do not compare with the Russian, pzhl. The purchasing power of a citizen of the Russian Federation, taking into account income, is many times less than in Europe, not to mention the States and Britain. Go down from heaven, well, or from a Swiss chalet.
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          1. st2st April 27 2020 18: 42 New
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            You, Vladimir, about salaries are "quite sufficient" if in the Amur Region. You will travel, do not tell anyone. You will be immediately made tolerant. And, more than once
            1. bk316 April 28 2020 01: 59 New
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              if in the Amur region. will travel

              In the Amur was not in the fall was in Kamchatka. Cry less than in the Moscow Region. They live not so much richer, but better if you understand what I mean.
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              ro salaries are "quite sufficient"

              So all the same, you admit that you lied about "around the world several times" or will you continue to complain to administrators?
          2. Mordvin 3 April 27 2020 18: 43 New
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            Salaries are quite sufficient for motorization (the number of cars per family) to increase significantly over 20 years.

            Already got this motorization. Volga, Muscovites, Oka, IZH no longer produce, i.e. buy cars from the west. In fact, we pay Western hard workers. Yes, and VAZ is not ours for a long time. Who felt bad that, for example, I repaired and assembled ZILs? And not only me, but another fifteen hundred people from our enterprise. And you produce something real, except for the digits on a piece of paper?
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              And you produce something real, except for the digits on a piece of paper?

              Have you drunk something? I'm talking about purchasing power and not about who is doing what.
              And yes I DO NUMBERS. Thanks to these digital cameras, the S-300 systems bring down planes and the satellites give out your personal coordinates to the mode you hate belay
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                And yes I DO NUMBERS.

                I remember that you are a mathematician. And in numbers ... For how long can a saleswoman from Magnit buy an apartment that they gave out for free in the USSR? That's where your numbers and purchasing power are. You are silent about this. We had to, in fact, pay a salary to masons, painters, plumbers, electricians, carpenters, concrete workers, crane operators and a bunch of other workers, so that they would build a house for us.
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                satellites give out your personal coordinates you hate

                Do I need it?
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                Incidentally, I respected the eight very much

                The eight, which some scornfully call the TAZ and a bucket of bolts, were done in conjunction with Porsche experts. And the VAZ could continue in the same vein if it weren't for all the Berezovsky who made a fortune on their hump, cutting into 600 geldings, despite the fact that Berezovsky’s wiring on the gelding once passed and he climbed out of the smoke.
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                  Designed in conjunction with Porsche, but it turned out unknown animal. Build quality was clearly not from Porsche.
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                Vladimir, excuse me, of course, but judging by the number of mistakes in the posts, you are not “DOING THE FIGURES”, but, you just haven’t finished secondary school yet. Well, ETOGES, shame, when such a specialist as you makes a bunch of mistakes in spelling. How do you write reports to superiors? .
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              Incidentally, I respected the eight very much. I already had 3 pieces. If the VAZ could continue in the same vein and then my second car in the family would not be Japanese in the VAZ.
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              Who felt bad that you collected ZIL? Zil drivers were bad. Not only did I fly the airplane, I had to twist the steering wheel in the 90s, there were no flights. So ZIL for the driver, the car is far from the best, trash, to put it mildly. There is no comparison with Volvo, neither in terms of reliability, nor in comfort for the driver. AvtoVAZ also began to produce cars instead of buckets, only after Renault Nissan bought it. What - why, and our auto industry was, alas ...
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      fell many times around the world except Russia. Cheaper gasoline at 3 kopecks

      With domestic prices lower than world prices, the government pays the difference to oil companies. At a price higher than world prices, oil companies take the price difference. Two weeks ago, with a ton of gasoline, the payment was 17 thousand rubles per ton. it is 12 rubles a liter.
      So our prices, in principle, cannot fall. Ce la vie.
  • rocket757 April 27 2020 16: 36 New
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    I'm interested in the opinion of agricultural producers? It is clear that basically, these are huge agro holdings, we have not so many farmers and their share is not very large!
    But still, how do they live in the current situation ???
    You always need to think about the FUTURE !!! Therefore, the opinion of the breadwinners, their well-being is ARCHI IMPORTANT !!!
    1. Andrey VOV April 27 2020 20: 02 New
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      In my area, preferential lending programs, subsidies work well, dropped out, bought fertilizers at prices almost the same as last year, sold last year’s crops at affordable prices, generally work, give people jobs, it’s not easy, yes, but when was farming easy?
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        Hard work, seasonal intensity of the work that feeds all year, this is understandable. Anyway, this is the industry without which everyone will simply bend, and quickly.
        Therefore, everything should work like a clock, natural and obstacles should be excluded.
  • Avior April 27 2020 16: 39 New
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    Now Canada, the States, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and other grain sellers will receive additional profit, it turns out
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      Profit in this case is what? Green candy wrappers? If so, then there is no desire to change them, as they say, against the background of a new crisis. Let them eat the cut paper themselves. Especially considering that no one will say how long this crisis will last.
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        hunger like no?
        and the harvest is inevitable
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          Quote: Avior
          hunger like no?
          and the harvest is inevitable

          In the current situation, it is better to overdo what is called
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          and the harvest is inevitable

          To do this, sow. And in America, Mexicans suddenly ended, in Britain and Poland - Ukrainians, in France and Spain - Romanians. Sow - there is no one to harvest now (berries and salad) - no one.
    2. Kasym April 27 2020 20: 59 New
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      Sergey, Kazakhstan has already introduced a ban on the export of grain for a couple of weeks. After that, 5 thousand tons of humanitarian aid flour was sent to Tajikistan. hi
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      Today 200 will be sold tomorrow 300 will be bought
  • fn34440 April 27 2020 16: 44 New
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    Not for nothing they say: "Come in, on, ask for bread." Coronovirus, of course, is not a war, but now the Poles must drastically rebuild their vilifying and propaganda company towards Russia if they want to eat.
  • ILIA April 27 2020 16: 48 New
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    Chicks in the fall consider ..
  • Simon April 27 2020 16: 52 New
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    Well, let them sit without bread, maybe they’ll become smarter. They will understand that Europe cannot survive without Russia.
    1. unaha April 27 2020 17: 08 New
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      Why, if the EU is one of the largest producers and exporters of wheat? Another thing is the price, it can grow.
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        The EU is one of the largest producers and exporters of wheat

        In the real economy, the EU does not exist, Germany, France, Poland exist.
        France and a good exporter, but the RF is exactly 2 times larger.
        What do you think, how much do prices jump if a country stops occupying 20% ​​of the market (TWENTY !!!)?
        Yeah, so terrible puten ruined agriculture .....
        1. Maas April 27 2020 18: 02 New
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          GDP has already carried out a multi-step:
          1. Nord Stream 2 (Chersky goes to Nakhodka)))
          2. No transit through Ukraine (signed on extremely unfavorable conditions + payment of 3 billion dollars)
          3. With a bang, the lost oil war
          4. The next grain war?))
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            With a bang, the lost oil war

            And who told you that it ended?
            Can you predict prices and volumes at the end of the year?
            Share it? laughing

            What to jump off the topic. It's about export duties. It’s not even a fact that someone is trying to earn money. They taught you to simulate and simulate trolls, just like clones ....

            Paragraph 1 translate the topic
            Point 2 mention Putin
            Point 3 to use some kind of hashtag; well, there is a kurshavel or a multi-path.

            Bored girls .....
            1. Sasha Minakov April 27 2020 18: 52 New
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              It’s just the next thing all gone, everything is bad :-). And horses and people, all in a bunch ;-)
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                It’s just the next thing all gone, everything is bad :-). And horses and people all in a bunch
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                Not well at the root of sight. In connection with the coronovirus, I am obliged to sneeze, who is shorter than the elbow. This is uzhos, sent by bkrzhuy to our country repeat
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            Quote: Maas
            1. Nord Stream 2 (Chersky goes to Nakhodka)))

            And at the Reporter they assured me with foam at the mouth - this pipe-layer is already flying to the moon! Schaub does not get sanctioned!
            3. With a bang, the lost oil war

            Moreover, oil platforms are cracking in the Gulf of Mexico. From the west, the United States already has 30 oil tankers, 30 Saudi oil tankers from the east, our tanker with a million barrels left the Baltic Sea and went across the Atlantic. Control shot?
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          Well, the answer was to the message "Well, let them sit without bread" - why should they sit without bread? It will rise in price in the case of a low yield (and such forecasts seem to be there) for sure, but they definitely do not need to import from Russia.
  • Keyser soze April 27 2020 16: 56 New
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    I'm just stressed out by this article ... who wrote it, where the data came from ...

    Europe - France, Germany, Romania, Bulgaria, and who if not - the largest exporter of wheat in the world.
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      It was the Poles who made a panic ... Like aaaaaaa, we all in Europe will die of hunger laughing
      1. Keyser soze April 27 2020 17: 29 New
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        It was the Poles who made a panic ...


        Exactly ... some kind of pan-journalist in stress that exhausted all the topics about coronavirus decided to write sho goes hunger right tomorrow .... laughing
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        but they like American ships that are stronger than Russian planes
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        Without Ukrainians in the fields-they will die. Accustomed to a free labor for 5 years ...
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    It seems in vain Evropa toilet paper stockpiled ..... laughing .. expensive to eat croissants now ..
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 16: 59 New
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    “After the export of all wheat declared for the grain quota, the export of wheat, meslin, rye, barley and corn to states that are not members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) will be stopped until July 1, 2020,” the agency said.

    It is noted that the FCS has stopped issuing new declarations for export purposes.

    On April 12, a ban on the export of a number of products, including buckwheat, rye and rice, began to apply in the EAEU. China will feed all for a couple of dozen strategic deposits. laughing
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      China will feed all for a couple of dozen strategic deposits. laughing

      China does not feed China is not an exporter but an importer of wheat.
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        But the exporter of rice and pork with chicken.
  • Azazelo April 27 2020 17: 00 New
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    I would have stopped all valves and deliveries to these fascists
    1. Sasha Minakov April 27 2020 18: 54 New
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      Oh Lord ...... I would .... These fascists .... All these are cliches and words. But to increase sales to these countries and crowd out competitors, occupy a significant share of their markets, and tie them to oneself. This is much better.
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 17: 01 New
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    Well, let them sit without bread, maybe they’ll become smarter. They will understand that Europe cannot survive without Russia.

    If you look at European newspapers on the eve of World War I, there are cartoons in which Russia is depicted as a gendarme with a whip in one hand and a bag of grain in the other - just a dime a dozen. In all the newspapers the Europeans lamented about how to de get off the Russian grain needle. laughing
  • Dmitry Potapov April 27 2020 17: 01 New
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    Let them buy oil, now it is cheap and no one needs it. I'm afraid only the oligarchs sharply imagine themselves as farmers.
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    Well, have eaten ...!?
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 17: 05 New
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    The TOP 10 wheat producing countries in 2019 included:

    China - 132 million tons, with a global market share of 17,2%;
    India - 102,2 million tons, 13,3%;
    Russia - 74,3 million tons, 9,7%;
    USA - 52,3 million tons, 6,8%;
    France - 39,5 million tons, 5,2%;
    Canada - 33 million tons, 4,3%;
    Ukraine - 29 million tons, 3,8%;
    Pakistan - 25,6 million tons, 3,3%;
    Germany - 23,1 million tons, 3%;
    Turkey - 19 million tons, 2,5%. Where is Kazakhstan? Ukraine? laughing And yes, India is harvesting THREE crops. Only all this will simply rot.
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 17: 09 New
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    TOP 5 countries exporting wheat by the end of the 2017/2018 agricultural year (from July to June), million tons.

    1st place - Russia - 41

    2nd place - USA - 24,5

    3rd place - EU-28 - 23,6

    4th place - Canada - 21,6

    5th place - Ukraine - 17,7
  • Ratmir_Ryazan April 27 2020 17: 10 New
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    In my opinion, our authorities are too reinsured. Harvest is forecasted good, previous years it was not bad either, so why not let our agricultural enterprises earn money ?!

    For me it’s necessary to remove all restrictions on the price of bread and on export. Let the loaf will cost 50 rubles, but it will be tasty, and not the same as it is now for 30.

    Limiting the price of bread is stupid, and it has never led to anything good in the history of our country, since the costs are rising and the quality of bread is falling, since producers cannot raise the price. As a result, everyone suffers, both people who cannot buy tasty bread, and agricultural enterprises that cannot receive money for their labor and the state that is losing income due to restrictions.
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      In my opinion, our authorities are too reinsured. Harvest predict good,

      Forecasts somehow vary.
      There is a forecast with a drought.
      And it is completely incomprehensible about world production because of the crown.
      So now it’s better to hold on.
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 17: 13 New
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    In my opinion, our authorities are too reinsured. Harvest is forecasted good, previous years it was not bad either, so why not let our agricultural enterprises earn money ?!

    For me it’s necessary to remove all restrictions on the price of bread and on export. Let the loaf will cost 50 rubles, but it will be tasty, and not the same as it is now for 30.

    Limiting the price of bread is stupid, and it has never led to anything good in the history of our country, since the costs are rising and the quality of bread is falling, since producers cannot raise the price. As a result, everyone suffers, both people who cannot buy tasty bread, and agricultural enterprises that cannot receive money for their labor and the state that is losing income due to restrictions.

    We will sell for GOLD laughing
    1. alone April 27 2020 18: 10 New
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      We will sell for GOLD

      By the way, gold has already begun to be sold ... to sell wheat for gold, so that later it will sell gold for dollars belay It looks something like this: Fly from Moscow to Vladivostok with refueling in Kaliningrad no
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 17: 18 New
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    This is a reaction to the fact that the spring sowing campaign has been disrupted in a number of European countries. laughing
  • Marshal Zhukov April 27 2020 17: 38 New
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    That's what sanctions do. We can, and oil, when you need to drop the price and stop selling bread. And they say that Putin has ruined everything.
  • fa2998 April 27 2020 17: 38 New
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    also became a nurse.

    Russia introduced the embargo on the grain of the 2019 harvest. I doubt that this grain is still in our bins. Over the fall and winter, the excess has already been taken out. And a new crop will go, the restrictions will end. hi
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      A new crop will go, restrictions will end. hi

      And it is possible. Although the carryover is large.
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      Do you know that in the so-called bins there is still grain from the 17th and 18th years?
  • Maas April 27 2020 17: 49 New
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    Over the past month, the world price of wheat has fallen from 560 to 525 dollars.
    And this despite the warnings about an extremely hot summer according to the forecast and the small amount of precipitation.
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    Meanwhile, the forecast of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation for harvest-2020 is about 125 million tons.


    A good game to increase prices, but we will sell ...
  • APASUS April 27 2020 17: 58 New
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    Here’s the answer, guys’s sanctions! In Poland, they begin to suspect that they are also dependent on Russia in the EU. Before that, they thought this was a place for wiping their feet
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 18: 07 New
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    In the early 90s, the Bulgarians sold the Turks a significant


    Accordion. We are generally among the major exporters in the world. Otherwise, so as not to rush about with numbers - in our history, in the last 1300 years there has been no case of famine or starvation in general, as in Ireland or Tsarist Russia. Plant a stick and something edible will grow. And he will give 2 procs ...

    What about some water? laughing
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 18: 12 New
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    Recently, climate change has been felt more and more on the territory of the European continent, which is accompanied by sharp distortions in the amount of precipitation that causes flooding somewhere, and drought somewhere. But both of these lead to violations of the normal and uniform supply of water to the population.
    For example, in Bulgaria, water problems are becoming more serious. With a population of less than 7 million, more than 300 thousand people already suffer from water supply restrictions to one degree or another. Disrupted water supply in 17 regions, 40 municipalities, 12 cities, 160 villages. In some settlements, a water supply schedule has been introduced. And this despite the fact that Bulgaria is not a desert country, but rather a mountainous one. Bulgaria ranks second in Europe, after Iceland, in the number of mineral springs, but many of them are unusable and in practice do not play any role in the country's water balance.
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 18: 15 New
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    An arid, snowless winter this year will lead to severe drought throughout Bulgaria.
    According to Nova TV, an arid, snowless winter this year will lead to severe drought throughout Bulgaria.
    Reserves of drinking water in the country are already minimal. 6 out of 15 reservoirs, where the stocks of drinking water are accumulated in the country, are currently filled by no more than a third.

    “We see that it is not raining and there is no snow. We need to better manage water supplies. We need to pay close attention to everything that happens. The amount of precipitation and the time during which it falls varies depending on climatic conditions, ”commented Philippe Penchev, WWF water expert.

    He added that at the moment, the useful volume of the Dyakovo dam in Dupnitsa is 30%. What will be the crop after a dry winter? Low moisture saturation of the soil will in any case lead to drought.

    “From September to the present, we have 159 liters of rain per square meter. In a few weeks, the situation will become critical, ”said Angel Vukadinov, chairman of the Association of Grain Producers in Bulgaria. He added that if the weather stabilizes and it rains, the situation can stabilize and losses will be minimal. And you stick laughing
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 18: 22 New
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    Pestilence, HUNGER - this is their future. In 2020, the world, which has thrown all its forces into the fight against a new type of coronavirus, will face destructive natural disasters. According to the forecasts of international organizations, the largest humanitarian crisis of the century will erupt in poor countries, and developed countries are awaiting floods, crop failures and the hurricane season, the BBC writes. The pandemic also destroyed the logistics of the global food market: there are not enough healthy workers in warehouses and ports, trucks are idle without drivers. All this can lead to a food crisis, experts say, stressing that millions of ordinary citizens are at risk of being on the brink of survival. An invasion of locusts, which is already devouring greenery in 23 countries of the Middle East, Africa and Asia, may also add to these problems. Here we live to the executions of Egypt. belay
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 18: 30 New
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    This is a reaction to the fact that the spring sowing campaign has been disrupted in a number of European countries. laughing

    Minusers turned on laughing It is not I who issued https://youtu.be/KRFHvHyZq6E laughing
  • Junior Private April 27 2020 18: 32 New
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    Well, that's all. It was not enough for us to have an oil needle, now we will still inject grain. Why is the opposition silent? A joke, if that.
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 18: 38 New
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    The quota of 7 million tons of grain has been exhausted, the rest remains to feed the citizens of the EAEU member countries until the situation with the sowing efficiency is clarified.

    Development of previous quota news.
    The government’s decision is to establish from April 1 to June 30, 2020 (inclusive) a quantitative restriction (quota) for export outside the territory of the Russian Federation to states that are not members of the Eurasian Economic Union, wheat and meslin, rye, barley and corn that are essential for the domestic market of the Russian Federation, in accordance with the customs procedure of export in a total volume of 7 million tons, excluding seeds of grain crops. reference


    Resolution of March 31, 2020 No. 385
    In accordance with the Plan of priority measures (actions) to ensure the sustainable development of the economy in the worsening situation due to the spread of a new coronavirus infection, from April 1 to June 30, 2020, a quantitative restriction (quota) for exporting outside the territory of Russia to states that are not EAEU members essential for the domestic Russian market of wheat and meslin, rye, barley and corn in accordance with the customs export procedure in a total volume of 7 million tons, excluding grain seeds new cultures.
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      Decree of March 31, 2020

      I wrote below - published on April 2, 2020. Someone needed these 2 days while Mishustin was carrying a piece of paper before the printing house. For April 26, the remainder of 1 million tons of grain before noon (Moscow time) was chosen. Now in ports, in unsuitable long-term storage depots, unloaded grain will rot.
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    quote] Meanwhile, the forecast of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation for the crop-2020 - about 125 million tons [/ quote] Chickens are considered in the fall. What other summer will be.
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 19: 27 New
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    https://youtu.be/uWVa5GPk-Qk нашим "партнерам" laughing
  • Charik April 27 2020 19: 28 New
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    it’s written, you don’t have any more grain, let them eat apples, I wouldn’t sell them to some at all.
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    Each one has its own boom-boom garden, and we have them scratch-prone (modern politician).
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      And we from Saiga buckshot - bang bang ...
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    it’s written, you don’t have any more grain, let them eat apples, I wouldn’t sell them to some at all.

    https://www.tut.by/ в довесок laughing
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  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 20: 38 New
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    According to Bloomberg, the Russian Federation, by restricting grain exports, is causing chaos in international agricultural trade. However, the American media believe that a similar situation is beneficial to some Western suppliers of wheat. The press is also confident that such a course of events can provoke a crisis in many parts of the world.

    For the first time in 10 years, the world risks being left without Russian wheat, and at a time when some key buyers are hastily trying to purchase it
    - writes Bloomberg.
  • Azis April 27 2020 20: 56 New
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    It is interesting that the draft Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation "On the introduction of a temporary quantitative restriction on the export of grain crops ..." under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture was posted on the website regulations.gov.ru, where all draft regulatory acts are posted in March. Then, unexpectedly for many, this Decree was signed on March 31, although several days remained before the end of the public discussion and anti-corruption examination (anyone interested can find it in the cache https://regulation.gov.ru/projects#npa=100755). Published, already entered into force from the moment of signing, Decree No. 385 of March 31.03.20, 2 - April XNUMX!. Someone close or "nursing" managed. Why is there a check on the corruption component? But now, access to the website of bills regulations.gov.ru only after authorization ... I hope this hot summer there will be no links of responsible persons to the fact that all exporting 7 million tons of grain were exported by the quota, and therefore belt should be tightened ?
  • Gennady Fomkin April 27 2020 21: 04 New
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    Is nationalism a desire to feed its population, first of all, with its product? In the UN and the EU, it seems, all malacholny)
    But what then is called the desire to feed their own at the expense of strangers? Internationalism?) laughing
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    "Country-gas station", it turns out, also became the nurse.
    Well, we are awaiting accusations of "illegality of such actions."

    Let us recall Thatcher’s statement about the injustice in the location of the Earth’s mineral resources. And about the need to share these resources. located in Russia. Against the background of possible turmoil with food, there are others with the idea .....
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    "Against such a background, food prices in Europe are expected to rise in price, stating that they are not able to provide themselves with sufficient volumes of grain."

    Well? Ask Mask, he will transport you all to Mars.
    Or start eating genetically modified, which is prepared for the Africans.
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    Given that according to weather forecasts, an abnormally hot summer awaits us, then the step is right. Yes, and lovers to impose sanctions let scratch their turnips.
    1. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 09: 54 New
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      Last weather forecasters also promised extremely hot. Only in St. Petersburg all of July was no higher than +18.