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Why do we have Chinese garlic? Part of 1

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Not so long ago, I was together with veterans with lectures about the Battle of Stalingrad in one of the military units based in Rostov-on-Don. It was a lot of coughing and sneezing in the hall. “What about flu prevention?” Eat garlic? ”I asked half in jest. In Rostov, as we know, there was an epidemic of swine flu. Unfortunately, it turned out that, first, deliveries to the canteen were previously made by the military suppliers, and now by civilian organizations of the LLC type, which do not comply with the delivery time for fruits and vegetables. Secondly, garlic and onions are Chinese, and do not meet the requirements of quality, but simply - tasteless.


I will defend the "Brezhnev" time and the village of that time. Because I saw myself, as mother-earth blossomed and breathed, cultivated, caressed by a Russian peasant, she poured with strength and power, bringing abundant harvests. But what happened next? Why is everything so rapidly declining? Why do we still see on our table most of the products from abroad at a time when our chernozem, rich earth lives like a little mother?

I already wrote about the pre-war and post-war stories Tselinsky district, about how quickly restored the destroyed economy. But here I read a series of articles on the village of Khrushchev’s time on our website and decided, using the history of just one district as an example, without going into different historical studies, often done on overseas grants, to show clearly who was to blame for the collapse of the Russian village, which has always been the main supplier of food for both civilians and military units.

And yet - it hurts my soul. Because this time has passed and through my heart, through my youth, and I still cannot understand how easily we “surrendered” that huge, good, it seemed, eternal. And how difficult it is today to restore everything back. But I believe that we will slowly restore everything.

Award year xnumx

The collective farms had 320 trucks, a sufficient amount of agricultural implements. 11 enterprises and workshops engaged in consumer services for the population of the district. District workers served 16 post offices; two PBX; 9 radio centers, not counting the collective farm.

At the III All-Union Congress of Collective Farmers, which approved the Approximate Charter of the collective farm, Tselina delegates were N. Krivosheev. - chief agronomist of the collective farm named after May Day and Fomushkina A.V. - Brigadier vegetable growers collective farm "Precepts of Ilyich."

Tselinsky head cheese factory received the red banner of the Council of Ministers of the RSFSR and the center council of trade unions and the first cash prize.

At the stadium of the village Celina held a performance weightlifter, master of sports of the USSR D.G. Bedilo.

1971 Order of the Year

For success in the grain procurement stud farm them. Kirov was awarded the Red Banner of the Council of Ministers of the RSFSR and the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions. He is listed on the Hammer newspaper board. The Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet awarded the Order of Lenin six district leaders, the Order of the October Revolution 8, the Order of the Red Banner of Labor 29, the Order of the Badge of Honor award — for the successes achieved in the development of agricultural production and the fulfillment of the five-year plan for the sale of agricultural and livestock products to the state. 38, the medal "For Labor Valor" - 19 and the medal "For Labor Difference" - 26 foremost agriculture.

Why do we have Chinese garlic? Part of 1


Olympic 1972 year

In the autumn-winter period 1971-1972 harsh climatic conditions developed. Thousands of hectares of winter crops died in the 34,6 area. Bread obtained 67 percent of the planned. The plan for selling it is executed on 43 percent. The average yield in the area - 18 centners per hectare. The average yield of green mass of corn - 125,6 centners per hectare. Loss of livestock products.

The shelterless forest belts and gully balustrades in the area began to occupy almost 6000 hectares.

In the stud farm named after Kirov in August the championship of the Russian Federation in equestrian sport was held.

Elena Petushkova won the Olympics on the purebred raven trapeze Peple - a pupil of the Kirov stud farm. The Germans, the recognized leaders of that time, defeated. “My father went to Germany for three years and performed very well. What was driving? On the tank! " - Elena answered a question of a foreign journalist.

By the 50 anniversary of the formation of the USSR, one of the largest in the Union, the Tselinsky Rural Construction Plant, was commissioned. Its capacity is the annual release of 100 sets of precast concrete barns.

On the same date, the canteen of the plant was commissioned on 100 seats, an elementary school in the village of Petrovka with two apartments for teachers; barn on 200 heads on the Karl Marx collective farm, barn on 300 heads and pigsty-matochnik on 80 sows at the Moskovsky state farm, 6 new apartments in the stud farm “Yulovsky”.

Milk 1973 year

Twenty milkmaids in the area received 1973 3000-3500 kilograms of milk from a cow. For success in the All-Union socialist competition of livestock breeders 73, milkmaids, cattlemen, calves and other farm workers were awarded orders and medals of the USSR. 12 farmers were awarded with diplomas "Master of the High Harvest of the Don", 14 machine operators - with regional diplomas; 500 field workers - badges "For shock work on the harvest in the year 1973."

The champion of the harvest on the Don became Telikov, the mechanic of the Michurin collective farm.

For success in socialist competition to the combine worker of the First May collective farm named after Raspopov G.Ye. awarded the title Hero of Socialist Labor, he was awarded a car.

Early 1974 year

In the area 10 collective farms, 2 farm, 2 stud. This year for farmers was difficult due to weather conditions. However, the yield in the area of ​​grain and leguminous plants was 28,1 centners per hectare, of maize for grain - 29,1; sunflower - 16,9.

A good harvest was obtained from vegetables and melons. The national economic plans for the sale of agricultural products to the state were fulfilled: grain crops by 111 percent, 186190 tons were sold; sunflower seeds - by 117%, 18565 tons sold, vegetables - by 124%.

Plans for the sale of meat, milk, eggs and wool to the state were fulfilled ahead of time.

The plans and commitments of the enterprises of industrial enterprises, transport and communications were exceeded. For the labor prowess of a combine operator, a link in the harvesting link of the Moscow State Farm - N.V. Bochkarev. awarded the title Hero of Socialist Labor.



Lean year 1975

Early high temperatures in April-May had a negative impact on crop formation. The grain yield was only 19,4 centners per hectare. The 1975 national economic plans for the sale of crop products were fulfilled by grain - by 64,9% (the plan did not fulfill any farm).



Industrial enterprises fulfilled their production plan at 108,7 percent and its sales at 105,8 percent. Industrial enterprises gave 856000 rubles of profit.

106 Tselinki awarded government awards for labor success.

At the regional equestrian competitions to overcome obstacles the prize winners were athletes of the Kirov stud farm.

In the stud to them. Kirov hosted an international auction for the sale of horses of the Trakenen, Budenovsk and Don breeds.

The Komsomol district organization had 1975 members of the Komsomol in 3300. Of these, specialists with higher education are 155 people; with incomplete higher - 45; 147 boys and girls were trained in technical schools. The task of transition to the universal secondary education of the youth has been practically accomplished. While in 1971, about 60, percent of 8’s graduates received secondary education, in 1975, this figure was 98,9 percent.

September 1 for school desks in schools in the district sat down 6942 pupil. For comparison: in 2014, the number of students is 2149 people.

An obelisk was erected in the village of Olshanka in honor of the 30 anniversary of the Victory over Nazi Germany.

1976 Passport Year

On average, 29,3 centners of grain were obtained from each hectare. The state sent 179 thousand tons of virgin bread, or 8 thousand tons more national economic plan; 3,6 thousand tons of vegetables sold under the plan 2,5 thousand tons.

Plans for the sale of eggs and wool to the state were fulfilled ahead of time. Made the national plan for the sale of milk.

The All-Union Conference of Machine Operators was held at the Moskovsky State Farm.

The workers of the “Russia” collective farm were handed over to the Red Banner of the Council of Ministers of the RSFSR and the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions for their success in fulfilling commitments on the harvesting of livestock and other products.

In June, the second district meeting of mentors and labor dynasties took place. The delegate of the XXV Congress of the CPSU was the link of the integrated mechanized link of the Moscow State Farm Hero of Socialist Labor N.V. Bochkarev.

The district has begun the exchange of old passports for new ones. In the course of this campaign, all residents of the region received new passports (collective farmers had no passports before).

By the decision of the Executive Committee of the Rostov Regional Council of Workers' Deputies 29.07.1976, the village of Celina was classified as a working-class settlement.

The Tselinsky village council is transformed into the Tselinsky village council of deputies of workers.

In the district there are 1879 women awarded orders and medals to mothers of many children (the family with five or more children was considered large).

A new passenger bus station was commissioned. A new House of Culture has been opened. A decision was made to create a youth sports school, the Youth and Youth Sports School, which began operating in March 1 from 1977.

Grace 1977 year

This year is the 60 anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, the year of adoption of the Constitution of the USSR. Collected by 22 centners of grain per hectare harvested. Plans to sell eggs, wool and vegetables to the state were fulfilled ahead of schedule. Compared to the previous year, meat sales increased by 8 percent, milk - by 4, eggs - by 23, wool - by 9 percent. 134 district workers were awarded orders and medals for their labor prowess in 1976, 36 workers were awarded with diplomas and medals of the Exhibition of Economic Achievements for success in agriculture.

The winner of the competition with the award of the title of "The best plowman of the Don-1976" was the mechanic of the collective farm named after Lenin N.I. Bragin.

In 1977, the year was put into operation: a two-storey high school in the “Yulovsky” stud farm, a secondary school for 464 pupils in the village of Lopanka.

Millionth 1978 year

Land area 212,8 thousand hectares, including farmland - 193,3 thousand, arable land - 172,8 thousand hectares.

On the basis of the collective farm named after the First of May, a specialized fruit farm “Red South” was created. On the territory of the region - 10 collective farms, two stud farms, one fruit and vegetable farm, two state farms, one experimental production farm that owned 540 trucks, sold 158 thousand tons of grain, over 8,7 thousand tons of meat, about 29,6 thousand tons of milk, 5,4 million a year eggs, over 400 tons of wool, 3,8 thousands of tons of vegetables, about 1,6 thousands of tons of fruits and many other agricultural products.

The farms had more than 3000 other sowing, tillage and harvesting machines.

In the area of ​​5 industrial enterprises, the average annual gross output of which was 16,8 million rubles. In 1978, the local industry worked steadily. Compared to the previous year, industrial output increased by more than 6 percent. The plan for the production of most important types of products has been overfulfilled. In the region there were: 68 clubs, 76 cinema installations, a music school, 37 libraries, the collection of which was over 386 000 copies; 9 hospitals on 380 beds, 24 obstetric centers, 36 doctors and 240 secondary medical workers worked; in 13 middle school, 5 of 8 years old, 16 students in 5792-t primary schools.

Space 1978 year

The area is fully electrified and radio. On the eve of the New Year, a new “Cookery” store opened in the village of Celina.

Pilot-cosmonaut of the USSR Hero of the Soviet Union V.A. Janibekov. In 1978, the Tselinsky fish farm was established. In 1982, he will change the name to Novator.

1979 year: Tselinka sent to Afgan

In the whole region, the national economic plan for the sale of eggs to the state by 125 percent, wool - by 104 percent. The number of livestock increased against the 1978 level of the year on 1620 heads, the number of ducks on 9000 heads increased. From the 14 farms, the national plan for the sale of meat to the state carried out 7 farms, milk - 5, eggs - 12. In general, in the district, the feed for the cow 1 remained at the level of the year 1978.

Fish farmers worked well. The first secretary of the regional party committee in the telegram noted the great contribution of fish farmers of the Gagarin collective farm to the fulfillment of socialist obligations to grow pond fish.

The first regional meeting of fruit growers and melon growers took place. Commissioned: hospital complex on 240 places in c. Celina; The new Palace of Culture in the Yulovsky stud farm.

In the village of Lopanka, a monument to fellow soldiers who died in World War II was opened.

In December 1979, the Afghan war began.


Tselinsky recruits began to fight as part of a limited contingent.

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  1. Glot
    Glot 25 February 2016 06: 50
    +7
    And now, the children and grandchildren of the Tselinites have settled down in offices and buy-and-sell managers buy in China and resell in Russia what their fathers and grandfathers raised on their own land.
    1. Hon
      Hon 25 February 2016 08: 38
      +5
      Quote: Glot
      And now, the children and grandchildren of the Tselinites have settled down in offices and buy-and-sell managers buy in China and resell in Russia what their fathers and grandfathers raised on their own land.

      but the country began to fall apart under these very virgin lands. Children were still young, and grandchildren were not born yet
      1. Voice of the Mind
        Voice of the Mind 26 February 2016 01: 21
        +2
        So all the same, why is there no garlic? And Chinese is really not ice
    2. sherp2015
      sherp2015 25 February 2016 08: 44
      +1
      Quote: Glot
      now, the children and grandchildren of the Tselinites are seated in offices and "buy-sell" managers buy in China and resell in Russia what their fathers and grandfathers raised on their own land.


      Traders and moneylenders, they are of the same breed, they can not be remade. They will sell everything in a row, including the homeland, they will not blink an eye
      1. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 25 February 2016 11: 15
        +6
        Quote: sherp2015
        Traders and moneylenders, they are of the same breed, they can not be remade.

        Without trade, of course, we cannot live - nevertheless, we go to the shops ... But then, when a person wakes up exorbitant, all-consuming GREED, the desire to HAPPEN at any cost - then the SELLER turns into a FOOT.

        You can’t live without trade, but greedy huckster - drive a filthy broom!

        And, mind you, this is not what I came up with - to explain to hucksters some rules of behavior and decency ...
    3. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 25 February 2016 11: 06
      +3
      Quote: Glot
      And now, the children and grandchildren of Tselinets have settled down about offices and managers "buy-sell" bought in China and resold in Russia what their fathers and grandfathers grew up on their own land.

      And they also sell the same to China that their fathers and grandfathers defended with blood ...
    4. Vadim237
      Vadim237 25 February 2016 11: 15
      -1
      Just now, buying goods abroad is quite an expensive pleasure.
    5. Villon
      Villon 25 February 2016 13: 37
      +1
      Quote: Glot
      And now, the children and grandchildren of the Tselinites have settled down in offices and buy-and-sell managers buy in China and resell in Russia what their fathers and grandfathers raised on their own land.

      Why are you so sure that "children and grandchildren of Tselinets"?
    6. Almatinets
      Almatinets 25 February 2016 14: 55
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      I work as a buy-sell manager. In the country, we plant garlic on a small patch. He is enough for me, my wife, a woman with my grandfather and 2 children for the whole winter.
      PS apples in general are heaps, I sell, I distribute and gnaw the crop like Poles right up until May next year)
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  2. lilian
    lilian 25 February 2016 06: 55
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    Just imagine two motives to defend the homeland:
    - do it for money, you get paid - you have to work
    - at the behest of the heart, because it is necessary.

    There is a difference?
    You will remember the motivation of the People of that time. What made them work, under what slogans they twice restored the national economy. Yes, but the economy, however, notice whose it was, then.

    It works not for the sake of money, but for the prosperity of the country, for the sake of children, for a better future, for the sake of a dream. Well, who will you persuade now if the results of your work are not in the public domain, but a heap of parasites flows smoothly into the bottomless pockets.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 25 February 2016 11: 24
      +4
      Quote: lilian
      Just imagine two motives to defend the homeland:
      - do it for money, you get paid - you have to work
      - at the behest of the heart, because it is necessary.

      Another big question is what can be defended for money.

      And if they kill? Why then the money? So it turns out that you can protect your homeland for money only in the Arbat military district. And with a machine gun under the bullets - the question immediately is - do they pay a lot? Is the payment at risk? Ugh, damn it ...

      How to imagine that you can lie down on a machine gun for money? No place for mercenaries in the army! For professionals - yes! And the mercenaries - today we serve one, tomorrow another - let Gazprom and the Chubais guard. It doesn't matter - when the PROFESSIONAL wanted to overwhelm someone - no security has ever helped ...
    2. Bayonet
      Bayonet 25 February 2016 18: 26
      +1
      Quote: lilian
      It works not for the sake of money, but for the prosperity of the country, for the sake of children, for a better future, for a dream

      With pleasure! (I'm serious!) Only everywhere for some reason they ask for money - from a simple store to a hospital, you can still transfer a lot, right down to the cemetery!
      Quote: lilian
      Well, who will you persuade now if the results of your work are not in the public domain,

      And I do not agree with this, on the right is a drug addict - on the left is a drunk, and I will be happy if "the results of your labor" become common property? request
  3. semirek
    semirek 25 February 2016 07: 19
    +5
    I would not argue that the Rostov Region does not produce onions and garlic, on the contrary, all stores are littered with Rostov onions, it is clear that nostalgic notes are inherent in all of us, the former Soviet, but we need to analyze why Russia collapsed twice in a hundred years gosudarstvo. I think the Soviet system did not educate the man-patriot of his country, formally he was on the posters, and as soon as you had to think and say: the country is collapsing, you need to do something, but the thought is in my head and what to do, my hut from the edge let them think in Moscow. And she didn’t make the owner of the Soviet government from a person, it will take several years for the same cowsheds to be dismantled into bricks and the cows to be cut into meat. Another question, but where did that abundance of food go in the Soviet era? the shelves are empty, or the bins of the motherland were full of holes, or other nations took out and fed, because in addition to state farms, the private sector gave, for example, half the potatoes, and the same amount of onion (he himself from the Karatal region - everyone was engaged in onions, especially Koreans over the summer you can really earn something.
    It remains to hope that everything will work out in our country.
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    2. Nikolay K
      Nikolay K 25 February 2016 09: 24
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      So I do not understand what the article is about? Nostalgic for ostentatious reports from the Brezhnev era? And I will tell you how onions were grown in the USSR. True, this happened not in the Don, but in the Tambov region, where my relatives lived. I once came to visit them at the beginning of the 80's. My aunt, despite the fact that she worked as the director of a kindergarten in the village, leased land, about a hectare, and grew onions on it for sale. The work was hard labor: several times a year it was necessary to weed the onion, naturally by hand, and then collect and give it to the resellers. I had to work not from a good life or thirst for profit, but because one of two children did not raise a kindergarten salary. . .
      I was in those places a couple of years ago. No one is planting potatoes or onions. And why, they say, how much you will gain for it when you later buy up 5-6 rubles per kg. Well, you'll be hunchbacked for a whole year, you will collect tons of 30, and so what is 150-200 thousand rubles. a year of which still needs to be paid for seeds. per tractor, etc. No, we’d better work for our modest 12 thousands in the rural administration, the work is not dusty and officials of all stripes are in demand today. Why are there potatoes, they don’t keep a cow and that in the village, it’s easier to go to the district center for milk, and at the same time to buy chicken. . Frozen, because they keep their own only for the sake of eggs, and the market works every other day.
      So think about why we don’t produce onions and garlic now. Either we were lazy and do not want to work, or there was so much oil money that it was easier to become officials ourselves, and to buy everything in China. Or maybe both.
      1. Victorio
        Victorio 25 February 2016 10: 48
        +2
        Quote: Nikolai K
        So I do not understand what the article is about? Nostalgic for ostentatious reports from the Brezhnev era? And I will tell you how onions were grown in the USSR. True, this happened not in the Don, but in the Tambov region, where my relatives lived. I once came to visit them in the early 80's. My aunt, despite the fact that she worked as the director of a kindergarten in the village, leased land, about a hectare, and grew onions on it for sale. The work was hard labor: several times a year it was necessary to weed the onion, naturally by hand, and then collect and give it to the resellers. I had to work not from a good life or thirst for profit, but because one of two children did not raise a kindergarten salary. . .
        I was in those places a couple of years ago. No one is planting potatoes or onions. And why, they say, how much you will gain for it when you later buy up 5-6 rubles per kg. Well, you'll be hunchbacked for a whole year, you will collect tons of 30, and so what is 150-200 thousand rubles. a year of which still needs to be paid for seeds. per tractor, etc. No, we’d better work for our modest 12 thousands in the rural administration, the work is not dusty and officials of all stripes are in demand today. Why are there potatoes, they don’t keep a cow and that in the village, it’s easier to go to the district center for milk, and at the same time to buy chicken. . Frozen, because they keep their own only for the sake of eggs, and the market works every other day.
        So think about why we don’t produce onions and garlic now. Either we were lazy and do not want to work, or there was so much oil money that it was easier to become officials ourselves, and to buy everything in China. Or maybe both.

        ===
        for the whole village union in the Tambov region it’s also wrong to judge. if in fact, even then, in the breakup of the 80s, they worked more and better than now
        1. Nikolay K
          Nikolay K 25 February 2016 15: 24
          +2
          The fact of the matter is that, despite all the groans, we are now living much better than in the heyday of the USSR and no one wants to hunch back on the field, there is no incentive. And Secondly, productive labor is poorly paid, it is easier to be an official, a seller, and anyone, but not to scam on the ground.
      2. user
        user 25 February 2016 11: 35
        +1
        So think about why we don’t produce onions and garlic now. Either we were lazy and do not want to work, or there was so much oil money that it was easier to become officials ourselves, and to buy everything in China. Or maybe both.


        Just when the oil costs $ 100, it doesn’t even think about it, and so it’s clear, we’ll buy it. But in fact, the question is very complex and simple at the same time. While there was all sorts of privatization and collateral auctions, the state went out of trade, remember the 90s with checkered bags and so on. . .
        After some time, it turned out that the state had left, and the crime remained there. If it is increasingly less clear with industrial goods, large network and not only domestic companies have entered, but this is a lot of money. That food and agricultural market faced big problems, it became not profitable to sell agricultural products, because the places of sale (markets and shops) were no longer available, because they were quickly privatized and bought up by individuals and structures close to the authorities. And now it is almost impossible to enter the sales market with your products (it is not economically profitable) or you need to immediately deal with the problem of points of sale (but many manufacturers simply do not have such an opportunity, and the volumes of their products do not allow many), i.e. sellers rule whose sales profitability is several times higher than the profitability of the manufacturer, at a minimum cost. It turns out that until a structure is created similar to consumer cooperation during the Soviet Union (without state support, it is almost impossible, because it is not only financial costs, but the most important thing should be government support at all levels of government and administration).
        But there is one BUT, now they come to power either from security agencies such as Menyaila, Sevastopol with its famous phrase -The main thing now is to build a power vertical or effective managers such as Kudrin and Gref - The market will put everything in its place, so the prospects in this matter are still sad . Well, maybe if only the Communists win the election, there are still sane leaders in agriculture.
        Let's wait and see.
      3. Bayonet
        Bayonet 25 February 2016 18: 34
        +1
        Quote: Nikolai K
        So I do not understand what the article is about? Nostalgic for ostentatious reports from the Brezhnev era?

        There they still modestly kept silent how many townspeople were sent to "help" the collective farmers! From factories to design institutes - everyone! And to sort out the rot on vegetable bases.
        And the inflated "foremost beacons", on brand new equipment, and a technician with spare parts at the ready - we know, and close! smile
    3. Vadim237
      Vadim237 25 February 2016 11: 22
      +1
      It will be interesting to compare the costs of growing products in the 80s and now, and at the same time the productivity of labor and equipment.
      1. Nikolay K
        Nikolay K 25 February 2016 15: 28
        -1
        As far as I remember, at the end of the 80, they took potato copecks at 15 per kilo from seeds, at current prices it is 15-20 rubles. It turns out that now they are buying at 2-3 times cheaper than in the USSR. And in those days it was possible to buy a car during the season, especially for collective farmers there was a preferential turn.
  4. Belousov
    Belousov 25 February 2016 07: 44
    +9
    Why Chinese garlic should be asked by gentlemen in high offices, who have been telling us for 2 years about "import substitution", although in fact one import is being replaced by another. And our "economists" can only receive bonuses from foreign media and sit and dream "when the oil price rises, we will heal ..."
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 25 February 2016 11: 16
      -1
      In two years it will be difficult to replace everything - this takes several years.
      1. asadov
        asadov 25 February 2016 15: 31
        +3
        yeah, especially garlic. It's the same as setting up nanotechnology. It’s just that everyone loves (or simply doesn’t know how to do anything else) ... And units work.
    2. Villon
      Villon 25 February 2016 13: 49
      +1
      Quote: Belousov
      And our "economists" can only receive bonuses from foreign media and sit and dream "when the oil price rises, we will heal ..."

      They don't dream anything. Dreamed in the Soviet Union. "We were born to make a fairy tale come true." And now they buy more property abroad and prepare their escape. And if they dream of anything, it's about being accepted there. And for this we have to do here everything that is told to them.
  5. bionik
    bionik 25 February 2016 07: 47
    +4
    .... garlic and onions are Chinese and do not meet the quality requirements, simply they are not tasty .... Somehow I brought Chinese garlic from a store (I usually buy it from my grandmothers) two days later it sprouted, became flabby, ours is much better and more vigorous.
  6. parusnik
    parusnik 25 February 2016 07: 48
    +4
    We had a hospital in the village of Kurchanskaya ... a cardiological hospital ... for 40 beds ... In other villages of the district there were even clinics of their own ... Now this is not ... people have ceased to be sick ... A "bright" tomorrow has come ... In a bad "totalitarian "time, under the" bloody "communist regime ... in the city and district polyclinics, people were almost invisible .. on the ground were treated .. Now queues at the clinics .. people from the early morning are from all over the area .. On the first floor of my house where I live, there is a children's clinic .. From 5 in the morning people hang out with children .. As for Chinese garlic .. the market is overwhelmed .. sometimes you walk around the market to find a local ...
  7. pts-m
    pts-m 25 February 2016 08: 06
    +2
    What to say. Before you condemn someone, you need to look at your personal deeds. And to blame another is already in the order of things. Inadvertently, there is a saying in Russia ... in your eye you can’t even see the logs ...
  8. Capricorn
    Capricorn 25 February 2016 08: 26
    0
    Good article. Yes. figures and facts convince, not verbiage. We are Soviet people, and we will remain them. I wish good and happiness to my Motherland, but I will never accept the loss of the Soviet Union.
    1. veteran66
      veteran66 25 February 2016 21: 44
      0
      Quote: Capricorn
      Good article. Yes. numbers convince

      articles in our editorials were always good, with numbers ... but in a store with meat, which we produce more and more in such articles, it was bad.
  9. fregina1
    fregina1 25 February 2016 08: 31
    +5
    In the hypermarkets of Taganrog (for example, in "Lenta") garlic, Chinese, yesterday specially looked ..... fuck!
  10. HUMANOID
    HUMANOID 25 February 2016 10: 09
    +5
    And what do you want, the village does not live and survives. There are no roads, schools, hospitals are closing down youth are tearing their claws into the city because of the above. The whole earth has been bought up, loans are unbearable. And try to sell all supermarkets abroad, markets close.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 25 February 2016 11: 18
      +2
      Our land is mainly developed by large agricultural holdings.
  11. maxim1987
    maxim1987 25 February 2016 13: 03
    +1
    Why are there potatoes, they don’t keep a cow and that in the village, it’s easier to go to the district center for milk, and at the same time to buy chicken. . Frozen, because they keep their own only for the sake of eggs, and the market works every other day.

    we had a well in our garden. Water-the whole street walked, from their only watered. He’s not been in the village for 7 years, the well collapsed, and the neighbors buy water in 20 liters for drinking. Wow!
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  13. Ivan Tartugai
    Ivan Tartugai 25 February 2016 13: 41
    +1
    Grain yield was only 19,4 centners per hectare.


    In Kazakhstan, in the virgin lands, in particular, for example, in the Karaganda region in a favorable year, the grain yield amounted to 12 centners per hectare. And in a non-productive 2-3 centners, and sometimes just immediately smelled. Here it is Khrushchev's virgin land, agriculture according to Khrushchev and his followers. They spent more on seeds and diesel fuel than received a crop. The soil in Kazakhstan is heavy, the distances are large diesel fuel, the technology burns a lot of gasoline. And the equipment itself, from large hauls and heavy soil, wears out more intensively and requires large expenses for spare parts and restoration. What economy can withstand such abuse of power.
    1. Bayonet
      Bayonet 25 February 2016 18: 44
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      Quote: Ivan Tartugay

      In Kazakhstan, in the virgin lands, in particular, for example, in the Karaganda region in a favorable year, the grain yield amounted to 12 centners per hectare. And in not fruitful 2-3 centners

      In the 73rd, instead of a demobilization, they sent us from near Berlin to the Kustanai region, for another half a year. To harvest a record grain crop - then a billion were collected, not tons of course, but pounds - in pounds more solid figures wink When we arrived, the guys who were from the villages saw these fields with a record harvest and laughed for a long time! They took it only at the expense of a huge territory. hi
      1. Ivan Tartugai
        Ivan Tartugai 25 February 2016 19: 39
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        Quote: Bayonet
        sent us from near Berlin to the Kustanai region, for another half a year.

        Kustanai region by grain was even the best in Kazakhstan. Almost all of its regional secretaries shook the GTS with stars. In other areas, the situation was worse. There were certainly good lands for wheat, but there weren’t as many as they were plowed up. As a result, there is really no grain, and there is no place to graze cattle. So it’s not funny enough, because of their youth, the guys laughed.
        1. Bayonet
          Bayonet 26 February 2016 05: 10
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          Quote: Ivan Tartugay
          So it’s not funny enough, because of their youth, the guys laughed.

          They laughed because the guys lived in places where wheat grows really well, went to harvest "a record harvest," saw the fields and ... hi
  14. Shadowcat
    Shadowcat 25 February 2016 14: 23
    +1
    Another thing amuses me. Of course it will be commonplace, but someone has to say.
    So gentlemen, hamsters are couches, the so-called import substitution program has been announced. Agricultural land is being distributed almost for nothing, for the gift of land in the Far East. Aw, people, which thread among you tried? I doubt it.
    But all as one with foam at the mouth growl that they give a good share to the Japs and the Chinese in the Far East. And what if they don’t want their own? Why does no one organize the production of onions / garlic, etc.? Yes, the work is dirty. Yes, it’s not in the office to sit under the air conditioning. Yes, have to smell.
    You do not like the price of resellers? Organize your own food base. Small advertising and reasonable prices and people will be. Yes, another crap, but not in a fairy tale we live.
    Blaming others do not forget to look in the mirror.
    1. Bayonet
      Bayonet 26 February 2016 05: 19
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      Quote: ShadowCat
      And what if they don’t want their own?

      That's right. Somehow a very accurate statement of the Chinese in this case flashed: "We are coming to you not because we need your lands, but because you do not need them" hi
  15. aviator1913
    aviator1913 25 February 2016 17: 05
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    Another thing amuses me. Of course it will be commonplace, but someone has to say.
    So gentlemen, hamsters are couches, the so-called import substitution program has been announced. Agricultural land is being distributed almost for nothing, for the gift of land in the Far East. Aw, people, which thread among you tried? I doubt it.
    But all as one with foam at the mouth growl that they give a good share to the Japs and the Chinese in the Far East. And what if they don’t want their own? Why does no one organize the production of onions / garlic, etc.? Yes, the work is dirty. Yes, it’s not in the office to sit under the air conditioning. Yes, have to smell.
    You do not like the price of resellers? Organize your own food base. Small advertising and reasonable prices and people will be. Yes, another crap, but not in a fairy tale we live.
    Blaming others do not forget to look in the mirror.


    I agree. Uncle used to grow wheat, a large farm 10 000 GA. As a result, due to low purchase prices, he quit, then Cows bought, produced meat - in the end, he went bankrupt. Now 10 has been growing potatoes for years, it is selling to outbids, everything is in chocolate, it has its own 20 million per year of income. But such work is not suitable for anyone who goes bankrupt so many times, and even works on the ground ... Therefore, if you want to grow Russian garlic, go and grow it, it’s full of land, they give almost nothing for nothing. But there is no need to cry, work and work again.
  16. Lone wolf
    Lone wolf 25 February 2016 17: 53
    +1
    I will defend the "Brezhnev" time and the village of that time. Because I saw myself, as mother-earth blossomed and breathed, cultivated, caressed by a Russian peasant, she poured with strength and power, bringing abundant harvests. But what happened next? Why is everything so rapidly declining? Why do we still see on our table most of the products from abroad at a time when our chernozem, rich earth lives like a little mother?
    And yet - it hurts my soul. Because this time has passed and through my heart, through my youth, and I still cannot understand how easily we “surrendered” that huge, good, it seemed, eternal. And how difficult it is today to restore everything back. But I believe that we will slowly restore everything.
    Pauline, thank you very much not even for the article .... namely for these words! I have the same thing in my soul when I see abandoned or divided fields cut into strips, BETWEEN ,,,, as under kings, divided. I remember them from my childhood, open spaces of an eared cornfield ... and the peasants took it to the combine, the impression was still despite the dust clouds in the cabin ..... and the potatoes ,,,,, I know well ... And about the collective farms all true ... I will subscribe to your every word ... AND THIS TIME CALLED UP .... STagnation ????? WE LIVED, NOT EXISTED, NOW. THANKS POLINA! PS ... And the garlic is the Chinese GMO is not garlic is just one appearance of garlic .. neither spiciness ... nor taste ... nor sensations
    1. efimovaPE
      26 February 2016 13: 16
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      You know, you strongly supported me. Thanks you. When it is bad, I will read your words.
  17. Cap.Morgan
    Cap.Morgan 25 February 2016 18: 05
    +2
    You have sclerosis, Soviet.
    Sclerosis. Go to the base rotten carrots to sort out? No?
    Half the potato ice cream. The meat is just solid bones. Grain was purchased in Canada. What no?
    This is one thousandth of the outrages perpetrated in the national economy.
    You need to be treated, guys. Workers, edrit.
    1. Fox
      Fox 27 February 2016 14: 54
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      Quote: Cap.Morgan
      Grain was purchased in Canada. What no?

      in Canada fodder grain was purchased. and at that time durum wheat was sold. Feel the difference. And yes. Then they just started to increase the livestock on collective farms, and there was not enough fodder, so they bought it on the side. Learn the materiel! (с)
  18. pamero
    pamero 25 February 2016 18: 45
    +1
    PEOPLE are sick in RUSSIA !!! Everyone wants only a lot of money and nothing more! Young people have forgotten their customs for foreign holidays, nobody even sings their songs at home, at the table everyone laughs at this if someone does this, brings up cynics, compolites, liars !!! Everything native makes fun of everything called a rashka and cattle, and those who defend their opinions are humiliated and spit upon. everything foreign is extolled ... and no one believes in the fruits of their labor! Because the general situation among the people is such, all the thieves above !!! that I will work will still be deceived !!! People say that the Chubas overtook everyone and nothing to him. Gref says WE ARE THE PEOPLE OF RUSSIA - DOWNS, THE PEOPLE SEES that this power is not for him! That's why everything falls in US IN RUSSIA, EVERYTHING starts with a small one, you go to the store and there milk and kefir instead of 1 liter 950 grams, and people say milk on the shelves with this. Yes, when you get drunk on this money! soon businessmen will start selling glasses of milk !!! you can write and write all you can’t describe.