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Russia must increase grain quality

Russia must improve its grain qualities and efficiency of the work of the exporters, achieve the objective of a 25% growth of the industry is up to the year 2030. The Deputy Minister of Agriculture of Russia's Yevgeny Gromyko on the world grain Forum in Sochi said today.
With the record crop of 117 million tons of grain is Russia in this year probably the world's largest wheat exporter and the EU refers to the place. The Minister said that the proportion of quality wheat in the total harvest was lower than in the previous year.
By 2030, Russia wants to expand its grain production to 150 million tonnes and then use 50 million tons in the world market, so the Minister of agriculture Alexander Tkachev at the Forum. For Additionally needed 10 million hectares and a greater use of fertilizers to increase the yield per hectare by 25% to three tons per hectare.
The Ministry had recently posted on its Web site that it wants to increase the export of agricultural goods within the framework of the rules of the WTO. At the Conference, it was also confirmed that Syria wants to obtain a million tons of wheat from Russia, to supply the areas controlled by the Syrian Government in the war-torn country. The low price, there was most recently many rumors in the scene this wheat shipment as well as the inexperienced exporter.

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