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Amur region in five years can reach grain harvest in 4 million tons - governor

The Amur Region in five years may reach a grain harvest of 4 million tons, which will allow the region to cover the grain needs of Eastern Siberia and the Far East. The Governor of the region Oleg Kozhemyako announced this in an interview with the Interfax news agency.

"If we for 5 years on soybeans leave at least 1,5 million tons, then in corn we can reach 1,5-2 million tons. Then, in general, the grain volume, together with barley, wheat and oats, will amount to 4 million tons. This will be a serious claim to completely cover all the needs of Eastern Siberia and the Far East. In addition, such harvest volumes will allow building modern livestock complexes on the basis of these types of products, "he said.

The governor of Priamurye noted that the region once again confirmed its title of barn of the Far East. "If you produce them per tonne per inhabitant, it is considered that your food issue has been resolved. In the Amur region more than 800 thousand people live, we this year produced almost 1,5 million tons of grain of all kinds and soybeans, that is, we cover our needs almost twice, "Oleg Kozhemyako said.

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