Crimea found an original way to solve the problem of water supply


The Crimean authorities are considering the option of using the North Crimean Canal as a reservoir, the water from which will come for irrigation of fields and gardens.


This was announced to reporters by the Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers - Minister of Agriculture of the Crimea Andrei Ryumshin during the AgroExpoKrym exhibition, which is now being held at the Yalta Hotel Intourist.

According to the official, there is a program for diverting into the empty channel of the canal the water of those rivers that flow into the Sivash or the Black Sea, and this program is now undergoing examination.

This is one option and he has the right to life.

- said Ryumshin.

The minister said that after Ukraine declared a water blockade on the peninsula, the area of ​​irrigated agricultural land on the peninsula decreased from 400 thousand hectares to 20 thousand, but at the same time, 3-5 thousand hectares are added to it annually.

Ryumshin said, due to which the peninsula is irrigated agricultural land:

Today we have three sources of irrigation: rainfall, sewage treatment plants that treat wastewater, and underground wells - we have enough wells.

The official emphasized that the main task of gardeners and winegrowers is to switch to a drip irrigation system that allows them to economically consume water.
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  1. Bulanov Offline
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 6 February 2020 16: 19
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    In the mountains of Crimea, several new reservoirs should be created, as is done in Switzerland. For example, this can be done in Yalta, in the Grand Canyon.
    1. Natan bruk Offline
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 6 February 2020 22: 29
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      Only now the question arises - how to fill them? Crimea is not Switzerland, there is a different weather and the place itself is arid, unlike Switzerland.
      1. Ivan Gorinich Offline
        Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 8 February 2020 01: 42
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        Yesterday it began to rain, it turns out that local priests prayed. In Simferopol, the water will not be turned off.
        1. Breard Offline
          Breard (Serg) 8 February 2020 06: 42
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          lol WHAT is the right decision! good

          it turns out local priests prayed

          ... not in the eyebrow but in ... Why ... pull.
          NEEDS ALL priests from Russia ... - “Drive our Crimea”, oh, sorry, collect ... and ask or make them pray, pray, pray! - and water will flow!
          And the priests at work! And water - in the Crimea! soldier
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  3. old friend Offline
    old friend (Vitali) 6 February 2020 21: 12
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    The problem with water will only increase, because the climate is changing and in 3-5 years rainfall will not be enough even for the Crimean population. If we add here the prospects for the growth of tourists and the development of industry and agriculture, then it smells of disaster.
    IMHO, without desalination plants can not do. If you agree, for example, with Israel for help in this difficult matter, then in 20-25 years, the whole Crimea can be turned into a green peninsula. Using drip irrigation and other technologies for water conservation, we obtain results that were not dreamed of by those who built the canal.
    1. Natan bruk Offline
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 6 February 2020 22: 39
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      Similar thoughts began to occur to the Crimean leadership in the sixth year of “accession”. What prevented us from doing this right after blocking the channel? 5 years they sounded trumpeting that, in general, all water problems had been solved, and suddenly it turns out that in fact the situation is catastrophic. This has never happened, and here it is again. About wells, it’s all about it ... There is such a thing - geology, and in the Crimea it is such that if artesian water is pumped with all its might, as it is now, then the soil will begin to salinize very quickly due to salinization of underground waters by approaching sea water. In then it will be quite fun.
      1. Ivan Gorinich Offline
        Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 8 February 2020 01: 36
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        Crimean power is the Kremlin puppet and it will be shot first in any way. This is from the Crimean and in secret.
    2. Ivan Gorinich Offline
      Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 8 February 2020 01: 40
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      Crimea is a subsidized region, has been and will be. For five years the year-round mud resort Saki in the off-season is half empty, not to mention the sanatoriums on the South Coast.
    3. Ivan Gorinich Offline
      Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 12 February 2020 17: 29
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      Further - more, Matryoshka assures.
  4. gore Offline
    gore (Alexander) 7 February 2020 04: 41
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    Strange, gas and oil pipelines stretch for thousands of kilometers already from Siberia to Geyropa, and there are not enough relics to stretch 500 km from the Tsimlyansk reservoir.
    However, caring for people ...
    1. bobba94 Offline
      bobba94 (Vladimir) 7 February 2020 13: 07
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      There is a problem of gas, oil and some kind of ridiculous water (or water) interests, it exists, but if you answer it in detail, thoroughly, “with names, appearances and passwords,” then you can fly under the “fanfare”.
    2. Ivan Gorinich Offline
      Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 8 February 2020 01: 33
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      There also the problem of water has a place to be.
  5. Marzhecki Offline
    Marzhecki (Sergei) 7 February 2020 06: 25
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    Quote: Natan Bruk
    There is such a thing - geology, and in the Crimea it is such that if artesian water is pumped with all its might, as it is now, then the soil will begin to salinize very quickly due to salinization of groundwater by approaching sea water. In then it will be quite fun.

    This process has been going on for a long time.
    1. Natan bruk Offline
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 7 February 2020 11: 58
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      Well, what are we talking about. It is clear that Russia does not have the experience and technologies of building large desalination plants that produce high-quality drinking water, but why could not we turn to the same Israel, which has such technologies? After all, he almost completely provides himself with desalinated water in conditions much worse than in the Crimea, supplies the Palestinian Authority, and even supplies water to Jordan. Artesian shakes quite a bit, and almost doesn’t take it from the Sea of ​​Galilee (Lake Hennisaret). At the same time, the plants are not working at full capacity. Yes, you need a lot of energy, but with this in the Crimea, it seems, they solved the issue. Israel would go for it - money doesn't smell. Instead, for almost 6 years, they drove the problem under the rug, saying, well, how can it be that these fast-moving people will call some kind of weak Jews to help. Well, now it turns out that there is a catastrophe.
      1. S.V.YU Offline
        S.V.YU 7 February 2020 18: 35
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        Russia can adopt the experience of the USSR. Anhydrous in Mangyshlak (Caspian) is powered by a desalination plant!
      2. Ivan Gorinich Offline
        Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 8 February 2020 01: 32
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        The issue price is from Israel, I thought. Now all the water from the wells of the Western Crimea, Yevpatoriya, Saksky, Black Sea, Armyansk, Krasnoperekopsk, water from the wells has long been desalinated.
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    GRF 7 February 2020 06: 33
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    It is necessary to bring tourists from Ukraine, without fail, to the load, to transport them along the agricultural lands of Crimea, and explain that Ukraine has done and is doing the land of Crimea, and we still tolerate it, but when patience bursts, you must understand why .. .
    And at the international level, demand compensation from Ukraine for damage to the lands of Crimea ...
    They say that Poland is a victim, and it’s profitable. No, it’s not profitable to be a victim, but it’s profitable to yell, demand, expose. Then an ultimatum should follow. Then there is a demonstrative disregard for the opinion of the "world" community and precise, remote restoring of order. Yes, the special operation to destroy the ceiling ...

    Do not bend under a changing world.

    - Moreover, if this world we previously built is shamelessly changed by strangers ...
    It is not necessary to isolate oneself, in other options, our water flows in Ukraine, and it must flow to the Crimea, this must be achieved.
    1. Ivan Gorinich Offline
      Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 8 February 2020 01: 26
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      The other day, confirmation came of the opening of the North Crimean Canal by Ukraine, provided that the Crimean delegation to Kiev was headed personally by Sergei Aksenov. Useful advice.
    2. Ivan Gorinich Offline
      Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 8 February 2020 01: 28
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      Nodules for memory. At the request of Putin, the Federation Council decided to send Russian troops to Ukraine. March 1, 2014.
  7. Bulanov Offline
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 7 February 2020 08: 40
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    And Satanovsky was offered to transfer water from Abkhazia, where there is a lot of it.
    1. Natan bruk Offline
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 7 February 2020 12: 04
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      Enchanting stupidity offered.
  8. Vkd dvk Offline
    Vkd dvk (Victor) 7 February 2020 15: 42
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    Quote: old friend
    The problem with water will only increase, because the climate is changing and in 3-5 years rainfall will not be enough even for the Crimean population. If we add here the prospects for the growth of tourists and the development of industry and agriculture, then it smells of disaster.
    IMHO, without desalination plants can not do. If you agree, for example, with Israel, for help in this difficult matter, then in 20-25 years you can turn the whole Crimea into a green peninsula. Using drip irrigation and other technologies for water conservation, we obtain results that were not dreamed of by those who built the canal.

    A catastrophe will certainly happen if you sit, wait by the sea for weather and whine without doing anything. Desalination plants. Nuclear, if needed. Emirates live only on it. Israel lives in the most severe waterlessness.
    If you are a mishandled Cossack who receives money from creating excitement and panic, then it’s better to get away from sin.
    1. old friend Offline
      old friend (Vitali) 7 February 2020 23: 50
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      Nobody creates a panic. If you think about the development of Crimea and think for the future, then the issue of water is obvious. There are not many brains for this. There are solutions, and they are working. Cost-effectiveness is easily considered. I do not think that desalination plants (even using atomic technologies) are an unsolvable task.
      I would not want to start fussing about this topic only when the "cock pecks."
  9. Andrey Shestakov (Andrey Shestakov) 7 February 2020 19: 30
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    Gentlemen, you forgot the most important thing in your dreams: all the money will be cut along the road to these projects, because such theft, as under Putin, has never happened anywhere in the world. And select them for cutting only.
    1. old friend Offline
      old friend (Vitali) 7 February 2020 23: 56
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      You do not know the story well. Learn at your leisure the times of Catherine 2 and Nicholas 2. At least. In the USA, corruption will give odds to Russia.
      I don’t give a damn how many of them are being sawed, the main thing is that the matter be done. Did you build a bridge? NPPs being built (incl. FNPP)? Are roads being built? Ports? The list goes on.
    2. Ivan Gorinich Offline
      Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 8 February 2020 01: 22
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      I can even tell on fingers how Crimean gophers become budget agronomists. FTP-22 of Crimea to help us.
  10. Ivan Gorinich Offline
    Ivan Gorinich (Ivan Gorinich) 8 February 2020 01: 18
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    And from what kind of hangover a stolen horse should Ukraine drink?
  11. Vkd dvk Offline
    Vkd dvk (Victor) 8 February 2020 16: 01
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    Nobody creates a panic. If you think about the development of Crimea and think for the future, then the issue of water is obvious. There are not many brains for this. There are solutions, and they are working. Cost-effectiveness is easily considered. I do not think that desalination plants (even using atomic technologies) are an unsolvable task. I would not want to start fussing about this topic only when the "cock pecks."

    To die in advance is even more stupid. Central Asia never died in the USSR, although there was always a shortage of water there. Thousands years. Reason is included only when the need arises. Switching to drip irrigation will reduce consumption by several times. Need to work, of course. To wean from the habitual use of what HAS NO VALUE. And, of course, not only learn to save, but also to solve bottlenecks. Pipelines, canals, artificial lakes for collecting sedimentary water, a bridge has already been built. Its design can be used for pipes from one coast to the Crimea. We will not abandon the Crimea, not for this it was attached.
  12. Vkd dvk Offline
    Vkd dvk (Victor) 8 February 2020 16: 03
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    Quote: Ivan Gorinich
    And from what kind of hangover a stolen horse should Ukraine drink.

    And why the hell should we subsidize the Nazis from Khreshchatyk? Have you forgotten how to do napalm? Or are we few Solntsepekov?
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    ppet.shelechov (Vladimir Shelekhov) 9 February 2020 21: 13
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    Near Crimea there are submarine water sources with great "productivity". It is absolutely amazing to me how this circumstance remains out of sight of literate and hot people. One feels sincerity of judgment, but there seems to be no one to supplement the list of proposed solutions? Meanwhile, the experience of using underwater freshwater sources is enormous. How it can be forgotten or ignored is incomprehensible.
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    Igor Novozhenov (Igor Novozhenov) 17 March 2020 23: 13
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    The water in the Sea of ​​Azov is almost fresh. Use.
    The water in the taps of Aktau-Kazakhstan is a little brackish. So Soviet desalination is weak.
    The Tsimlyansk reservoir is artificial. Water sways for locks from the Don.