The West recognized: Russia will inevitably become the world leader in grain


The central regions of the Russian Federation show very high grain yields. So, in the Rostov and Voronezh regions and in the Krasnodar Territory, the grain yield reaches 55 centners per hectare. Attention to the Russian harvests was drawn overseas - according to Bloomberg, Russia will regain its leadership in grain exports this year.


Earlier, due to negative forecasts, the Russian authorities were more cautious about Russia's grain supplies to world markets. However, it has now become clear that the situation is developing more favorably than previously planned. According to the analysts of the American edition, Russia will inevitably take first place in the world in grain sales.

Having briefly overtaken Russia, the collective Europe falls back to third place - this was influenced by floods and droughts. Australia will increase its exports, as will Canada. RF will become the undisputed leader

- notes Blomberg.

Large volumes of Russian grain are expected to go to North Africa, the Middle East and some Asian countries. Probably, Asia will receive most of the Australian grain, since due to climate disasters, Europe will not be able to demonstrate its former volumes of grain supplies to these countries.
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  1. 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 21 August 2020 18: 25
    +2
    Bloomberg has generally sunk. laughing

    Russia this year will regain its leadership in the export of grain crops.

    Word will return implies that she has lost leadership. I already wanted to be indignant, but everything opened ...

    Having briefly overtaken Russia, the collective Europe falls back to third place - this was influenced by floods and droughts.

    Not long at all when? On the night of thirty-first to fourteen?
    But the most interesting "collective Europe". Why didn't they count NATO right away? Why didn't they count Russia together with Belarus, because the union state or the Eurasian Economic Community ... What will be written next? Russia, without taking into account the Rostov region and Krasnodar Territory, was overtaken by the EU group together with Canada and Australia?
    I even feel sorry for their journalists, I have to go to such tricks. winked
    1. King3214 Offline King3214
      King3214 (Sergius) 21 August 2020 22: 25
      +3
      Yes, this is the usual Western propaganda, when one Russia is compared with the entire collective West - 30 states combined. And they constantly find out that Russia is a "backward" country.
      And they immediately refuse to compare one-on-one.
  2. Oyo Sarkazmi Offline Oyo Sarkazmi
    Oyo Sarkazmi (Oyo Sarkazmi) 21 August 2020 19: 33
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    In fact, China ranks first in the world in terms of grain. 90 tons per hectare, 2 times a year, however, rice - you can't compete with this. In second place is India. And only for the third are Russia, the USA and the EU competing.
    This is production. But export is sooo-all another matter. winked
    1. Kuzmich Sibiryakov (Kuzmich Sibiryakov) 21 August 2020 23: 04
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      Quote: Oyo Sarkazmi
      In fact, China ranks first in the world in terms of grain. 90 tons per hectare, 2 times a year, however, rice - you can't compete with this. In second place is India. And only for the third are Russia, the USA and the EU competing.
      This is production. But export is sooo-all another matter. winked

      Why don't you put bamboo for comparison, for example. This piece of wood grows in a day ... Rice and wheat are slightly different things. I would begin to compare the harvests in the USSR, when they sang at every corner about a one-hundred-day harvest. About virgin land records of 12 centners. And the breadth and vastness of our arable land, where they work, agricultural machinery, in an amount that exceeds the American three times.
      1. Kuzmich Sibiryakov (Kuzmich Sibiryakov) 21 August 2020 23: 16
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        Late with the search. I am sending in pursuit.

        Quote: Kuzmich Sibiryakov
        Quote: Oyo Sarkazmi
        In fact, China ranks first in the world in terms of grain. 90 tons per hectare, 2 times a year, however, rice - you can't compete with this. In second place is India. And only for the third are Russia, the USA and the EU competing.
        This is production. But export is sooo-all another matter. winked

        Why don't you put bamboo for comparison, for example. This piece of wood grows in a day ... Rice and wheat are slightly different things. I would begin to compare the harvests in the USSR, when they sang at every corner about a one-hundred-day harvest. About virgin land records of 12 centners. And the breadth and vastness of our arable land, where agricultural machinery is working, in an amount that exceeds the American three times.
      2. Oyo Sarkazmi Offline Oyo Sarkazmi
        Oyo Sarkazmi (Oyo Sarkazmi) 22 August 2020 09: 45
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        Quote: Kuzmich Sibiryakov
        And the breadth and vastness of our arable land, where they work, agricultural machinery, in an amount that exceeds the American three times.

        Of course, about the latitude. For the latitude of the northernmost state of the United States (without Alaska) is equal to the latitude of the Kuban. If only they would have sowed in Greenland! And what, just the latitude of Peter London ...
  3. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 21 August 2020 22: 18
    -3
    Ah, that's right. There are fewer people, stability, warming, and more grain for export.
    1. Kuzmich Sibiryakov (Kuzmich Sibiryakov) 21 August 2020 23: 06
      +1
      Quote: Sergey Latyshev
      Ah, that's right.
      To the people was less stability, warming, and more grain for export.

      Due to the fact that there were fewer people, the yield rose from 16 centners per hectare (one hundred percent harvest, which comrade Khrushchev was proud of) to 55.
  4. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 22 August 2020 10: 56
    -2
    And I'm all about mine. Under Putin, it looks like I can't wait for these records to affect people's well-being? The loaf will still cost 50 rubles, for 25 rubles it's not bread for food, it's a snack in a collective drunkenness. Even the dogs don't eat it and the crackers crumble. Travel bun 20 rubles, this is the one that cost 3 kopecks. Flour 20-60 rubles / kg. These Putin records annoy me a lot. Because tariffs and prices are rising and wages are falling. Coronavirus is the same.
    1. Kuzmich Sibiryakov (Kuzmich Sibiryakov) 22 August 2020 11: 45
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      Quote: steel maker
      And I'm all about mine. Under Putin, it looks like I can't wait for these records to affect people's well-being? The loaf will still cost 50 rubles, for 25 rubles it's not bread for food, it's a snack in a collective drunkenness. Even the dogs don't eat it and the crackers crumble. Travel bun 20 rubles, this is the one that cost 3 kopecks. Flour 20-60 rubles / kg. These Putin records annoy me a lot. Because tariffs and prices are rising and wages are falling. Coronavirus is the same.

      There is no brain in the head, hence the snot.
      Imagine - you, in your village, started selling bread at 20 kopecks for a white brick of bread, and a bun for 3 kopecks. Answer, firstly, who will bring such a treasure to you, for almost free, if nearby, in a neighboring village, he sells the same thing for ... Suppose all this is started by your patriots, village guys ... For their fellow countrymen. But the neighbors, having found out about this (and your own rogues too), will instantly start buying it all and speculating on the side. What is left for you to do? There are only 3 exits.
      1. Sell on passports with local registration. And establish control so that each of you does not buy more than he needs. In other words, to establish a card distribution system. As in starving Leningrad during the war.
      2. To put an impenetrable (???) border around the village, with thorns, machine guns and dogs. And not to let in - not to let out anyone, neither strangers nor their own.
      3. Make the prices of the goods the same as everywhere else.
      And you will not die of hunger, and you will not begin to break through the borders, as in Berlin, you will not start a brawl, as in Hungary or Ukraine.
      The border around Russia is 60 thousand kilometers. You will do it until the end of the centuries. Give thousands of annual budgets. But there will be so much bribery that .....
    2. Andersen Offline Andersen
      Andersen 23 August 2020 16: 05
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      Although they are called rubles, Soviet and Russian rubles are different money. So that there is no mess in the head, they compare the purchasing power of the population. In the USSR, the salary changed from year to year. For example, let's take the average for 1970-1980. This is 150 rubles / month. Flour of the 1st grade cost 31 kopecks, i.e. one salary could buy 483 kg. Let's take the average salary in 2020 using an example below the average in Russia - Belgorod Region and 32927 rubles, the average cost of premium flour in a store is 40 rubles / kg, we get 823 kg !! And without a deficit and queues. This is not the same, not a little more, it is almost twice as much !! And so count on any example. Just don't believe yourself, take real statistics if you don't remember how it was.
  5. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 22 August 2020 11: 55
    -1
    There is no brain in the head, hence the snot.

    Was it not enough to equate prices to the minimum wage of education? And I always say that Putin, his team and fans have big problems with education !!!
    1. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
      gorenina91 (Irina) 22 August 2020 14: 56
      -3
      Was it not enough to equate prices to the minimum wage of education? And I always say that Putin, his team and fans have big problems with education !!!

      - Yes ... what kind of education is there ... - They will just drive the supplies of Russian "wheat" abroad at dumping prices ... - that's all ... - Similar to the same "supplies" ... - Russian oil and gas ...
      - That's all 'education' ... the Stone Age ... colonial trade ...
      - My plus to you ...
      1. Kuzmich Sibiryakov (Kuzmich Sibiryakov) 23 August 2020 02: 08
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        Quote: gorenina91
        Was it not enough to equate prices to the minimum wage of education? And I always say that Putin, his team and fans have big problems with education !!!

        - Yes ... what kind of education is there ... - They will just drive the supplies of Russian "wheat" abroad at dumping prices ... - that's all ... - Similar to the same "supplies" ... - Russian oil and gas ...
        - That's all 'education' ... the Stone Age ... colonial trade ...
        - My plus to you ...

        Why dumping? This is what the former communists could (and did) in the name of proletarian solidarity .... Nowadays farmers cultivate bread. They are up to Thekla political predilections. Bread is not an aircraft carrier that you can wait to buy. Everyone wants to eat three times a day. You can live without a TV. Did you notice that this technique has become very cheap in relation to the times of the USSR? Then the color cost 750 rubles - six months of work as an engineer, but now a pensioner can buy one pension. But food has risen in price. And seriously. For the very reason.
        However, what I am crucifying you, sheep in economics do not understand anything. They just bleat.
    2. Kuzmich Sibiryakov (Kuzmich Sibiryakov) 23 August 2020 02: 04
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      Quote: steel maker
      There is no brain in the head, hence the snot.

      Was it not enough to equate prices to the minimum wage of education? And I always say that Putin, his team and fans have big problems with education !!!

      Come on, come on .... What is the price to equate to the minimum wage? For a loaf of bread, or for a car? You write comments while sleeping. And you need to drink less. Need to drink less.
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  7. Polente the Wanderer 23 August 2020 10: 16
    +2
    We would have taken a place in the top ten in the export of electronics, shipbuilding, engine building, machine tools (deep processing products), than just selling natural resources (oil, gas, grain, timber, ore ...)