Agrarians have stepped up work on sowing winter crops. They work even at night. Early cold weather and heavy rains slowed down the rate of harvesting potatoes, sugar beets and corn for silage. Now, when the weather has stabilized, agricultural specialists work in two shifts. The task is to have time to sow winter crops within a week. To improve the efficiency of work in each area, special technical teams are organized. They include the best engineers, machine operators and agronomists. They supervise the work of the farms and give recommendations.