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    Rmf

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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  Rmf on Sat May 06, 2017 2:48 pm

    PapaDragon wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/93230/

    The harvest of greenhouse vegetables is 80% more than the year before

    And given the amount of new greenhouses being constructed round the clock it will only be getting bigger. russia
    import substitution from turkey.
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  PapaDragon on Thu Jul 13, 2017 12:29 am


    Agricultural drone Agrofly

    https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/95803/
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  miketheterrible on Thu Jul 13, 2017 2:16 am

    Rmf wrote:
    PapaDragon wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/93230/

    The harvest of greenhouse vegetables is 80% more than the year before

    And given the amount of new greenhouses being constructed round the clock it will only be getting bigger. russia
    import substitution from turkey.

    Funny thing is, the biggest benefactor for the sanctions on turkey products is Syria. They been supplying Russia with more tomatoes as example.
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  George1 on Thu Dec 14, 2017 1:44 pm

    In 2017 the export of agricultural products from Russia will exceed $20.5 billion

    By the end of 2017 Russia will put abroad a record amount of agricultural products — a total of more than us $20.5 bn (in 2016 and $17 billion)

    Such a forecast at the XVII annual conference on investments in agriculture "agricultural holdings of Russia — 2017" organized by the magazine "Agroinvestor", said the Director of the analytical center "Sovekon" Andrei Sizov. Exports, in his view, remains the main driver of growth of the agricultural sector. This year, despite an increase in production in many agricultural sectors, agriculture will add no more than 2-3%, he said.

    "This is a good, but modest results, — said Sizov. — Especially in comparison with the previous figures. For example, last year the industry showed an increase of almost 5%." Among the main reasons for the slowdown — a stronger ruble and reduction of prices due to record harvest of basic grains. According to "SovEcon", most of the grain fell in the Volga region by 30-40%. In the Central regions of the country fell by about 20%, and in the South — 10-15%. At the same time the main beneficiaries of the situation in the current season will be the ports, elevators and carriers of grain, the expert believes. This will allow them to invest in the development of their business.

    The growth of investment activity in agriculture in 2017 is also slowed down and may be only about 2%. The main problem of business stagnation of demand in the stabilization of consumers ' income. According to Sizov, a marked increase in food consumption should not be. "By world standards we already eat pretty good, he says. Global drivers of demand growth it is hard to see".

    Although the volume of export of agricultural products increased, the share of Russia in world exports remains insignificant. The main Russian export commodity — grain occupies in the overall trade in the world only 6%. As for the other products, the share of our country's export of fish and oil is less than 3%, meal — about 2%, meat — less than 1%. The world's largest exporters at the end of 2016 — the United States and the European Union (more than $130 billion), and Brazil and China (over $60 billion). "Russia has something to strive", — said Sizov.

    However, the growth rate of world trade in the next 10 years will decrease, the expert said. So, the forecast of FAO, the largest decline is expected for pork. If during the period 2005-2015, the export volume of this product in the world increased by 41%, in 2016-2026's growth of pork imports will not exceed 1%. Significantly reduced the rate of wheat from 68% to 10%, and poultry — from 60% to 14%. At the same time, pay attention Sizov, milk and dairy products will be stored a pretty good rate of 23.5% over the period 2016-2026, compared with 41% in 2005-2015.

    http://agro2b.ru/en/news/46072-2017-godu-eksport-selhozprodukcii-prevysit-mlrd.html
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  kvs on Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:22 am



    Russian grain exports have shown a clear increasing trend over the last 10 years. Of course natural variability related
    to weather is superimpose on this graphic but the underlying increase is definitely not noise.
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  PapaDragon on Sun Mar 04, 2018 4:33 pm


    Dumb headline as always but content is solid:

    Putin’s sanctions war created a Russian cheese industry overnight

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/putin-s-sanctions-war-created-russian-cheese-industry-overnight-n847101
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  PapaDragon on Thu Jun 21, 2018 4:13 am


    Butthurt of losers from Moscow Times is delicious. Clowns don't even make an effort to take any photos, they just used Japanese ones (Naotake Murayama / Flickr).

    I posted whole text so you guys don't have to give them any clicks:

    Oyster Farming Booms After Russia’s Import Ban

    https://themoscowtimes.com/news/oyster-farming-boom-russia-import-ban-61903

    Domestic seafood production has seen an unprecedented boom in the last few years, with a boost in the oyster and mussel harvest coming from the annexed Crimean peninsula.

    The Kremlin imposed an embargo on Western food imports, including oysters, in response to U.S. sanctions on Russia in the wake of its seizure of Crimea in 2014. Until 2014, Russia did not commercially produce oysters and mussels. The production of cheese, fish and other products has adjusted to the import ban with varying degrees of success.

    The Russian oyster harvest increased by 265 times in the past three years, the RBC business portal cited the Federal Agency for Fishery saying Wednesday. Around 2 metric tons of oysters were domestically made in 2014; the number shot up to 531 metric tons by 2017.

    Mussels farmers also ramped up their harvest from 100 to 1,165 metric tons in three years, a nearly 12-fold increase, RBC said.

    The annexed Crimean peninsula was the top oyster and mussel farming region, followed by the Pacific region of Primorye, the Black Sea region of Krasnodar and the northwestern Republic of Karelia, according to the Federal Agency for Fishery.

    The agency credited new legislation that expanded the distribution of fish farming sites, in addition to the Kremlin’s import ban on Western-raised seafood, with the three-year surge in harvesting the seafood delicacy


    265 times more oysters and 12 times more mussels in 3 years. That's a lot of seafood right there thumbsup
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  miketheterrible on Thu Jun 21, 2018 4:44 am

    I read that on sdelanounas. I laughed. These sanctions/counter sanctions are really doing wonders for Russia. Surprised its GDP isn't growing much faster since all indicators are high now.
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  kvs on Sat Jun 23, 2018 4:30 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:I read that on sdelanounas.  I laughed.  These sanctions/counter sanctions are really doing wonders for Russia.  Surprised its GDP isn't growing much faster since all indicators are high now.

    I think that Russia's GDP has been understated for the last 18+ years. Originally it served to keep NATO deciders ignorant about
    Russia's revival. This may sound silly, but you can clearly see the pattern in the NATO fake stream media. It was writing Russia
    off until 2014 and after. But now it is spreading hysteria about a "reviving Russia" (as if it was the USSR or something). Since
    NATO deciders are idiots who drink their own propaganda koolaid, Russia is still playing the "weak" card to keep them complacent.
    I do not think that it is that effective anymore, but the Russian leadership appears to think it is still worth it.

    Another reason that the Russian GDP is not inflating as much is likely related to the large reduction of foreign borrowing and
    the very large paydown of foreign debt after 2014. Both of these processes count as pure GDP loss. Paying down US$200
    billion on a nominal US$1.2 trillion economy is substantial. It would amount to a 16.7% GDP drop if done in one year. Since
    the 2015 recession in Russia was real and induced by the shock devaluation of the ruble in late 2014, we are looking at around
    a 20% GDP loss spread out from 2014 onward. But if you look at the reported GDP loss it is much smaller, so substantial
    growth has been hidden by the financial conditions.

    Also, the GDP is a strange construct and seems to be blind to the sort of restructuring that Russia is undergoing. Import
    substitution does not appear to be treated as a net gain for the Russian economy. This would be consistent with the idiotic
    notion that foreign borrowing is a GDP positive contribution. So imports are treated like domestic production. Of course,
    this is BS. The long term money loss offshore is totally ignored.
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  kvs on Sat Jun 23, 2018 5:42 pm

    https://www.awaragroup.com/blog/hidden-growth-of-russian-gdp/

    Russia’s Q1 GDP growth was 5.8%, but government reports 1.3%

    Good timing Smile
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  PapaDragon on Thu Jun 28, 2018 4:27 pm


    Russia has no foodz!!! lol1

    Russia Taps Smaller Ports to Keep Up Record Wheat Export Pace

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-28/russia-taps-smaller-ports-to-keep-up-record-wheat-export-pace
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  Hole on Thu Jun 28, 2018 9:28 pm

    This small ports will grow bigger each year.
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    Re: Russian Agriculture News

    Post  PapaDragon on Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:39 pm

    Hole wrote:This small ports will grow bigger each year.

    Correct

    Dumbass Soviets never expected to produce this much food, let alone export it hence tiny ports (one of many reasons they tanked so hard)

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