Full text: The reconstruction of agriculture in the Soviet Union

Individual Sector Socialized Sector 
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2 £ 
o £ 4 = 3 
2d, 82 Re g 4 
ipkdg ox , 2 
tips BE 2 OF 3 
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LAM am Ml <  O 
-(in rubles)- - 
05 06. 07 36 42 112 
Region and Product 
Central Volga— 
Spring wheat 
Spring wheat ....... 05 0% 
Central Black Soil— 
Winter rye .n 0.8 0.6 0.7 1.8 26 33 
Northern Caucasus— 
Winter wheat ......... 08 0.8 1.1 8.5 8.7 6.6 
Thus the limitations of petty production, its un- 
profitableness, is revealed with sufficient clarity as com- 
pared with the great possibilities of large-scale farm- 
ng in the form of collective and state farms. 
The process of industrialization of the national 
.conomy of the U. S. S. R. has considerably increased 
the demand for agricultural machinery and, conse- 
quently, the importation of the more complicated 
machinery from the countries of Western Europe and 
America. This has led to the quantity of agricultural 
machines and tools employed in agriculture mounting 
steadily from year to year. The value of agricultural 
machines and tools on all farms amounted to 988 mil- 
lion rubles in 1926-27 and to 1,404 million rubles in 
1929-30: The amount required to supply additional 
machinery for agriculture in 1930-31 is estimated at 
about one billion rubles. 
There has simultaneously taken place a considerable 
development of agricultural cooperation. The spread 

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