The first five year plan was doomed to fail from the start. It was not directly correlated to the policy of mass collectivization (which also resulted in failure) and or the agricultural crisis as a whole. But rather the five year plan failed due to lack of logistics and special knowledge to operate heavy machinery. This coupled with weak national agriculture and widespread food shortage led to hungry workers and no means to refuel lost energy of factory workers. Stalin would see this as would his agents and would respond with a wide spread push to increase labor and hours. This would merely contribute to the issue of the first five year plan. No industrial effort will be successful if the state does not have the food to feed its workers or the knowledge of the machinery leading the revolution. The plans that would follow would not be any more sufficiently executed as the agricultural aspect is a constant lingering theme for Stalin’s policies.