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    mte-rep-bg_en

    increased interest in the “Organic farming” scheme which is represented by the respondents group as well. The development in the applications for these two leading scheme is quite interesting. While ‘HNV in under-grazed grasslands” maintains a stable number from the first year, the “Organic farming” scheme almost doubles its numbers each following year. Additionally, 17% of the AE respondents
    08 Jun 2011
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    Microsoft Word - 001-UA001779-WX-R-02 MTE Volume 1

    farming, the organic strand of ELS pays a supplement to certified organic farmers, where no artificial fertilisers or chemicals are used and there is lower use of medicines in livestock. A recent evaluation of OELS (NAO, 2010) commented ‘research indicates that organic farming delivers environmental benefits, and in particular has been shown to have benefits for biodiversity … but insufficient research
    01 Jun 2011
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    MTE report LT _summary EN_

    into the project implementation. The impact of the Programme on the quality of products and implementation of innovation was low at the national level, with the exception of the Organic Farming Scheme under the measure “Agrienvironment payments”, as the assistance expanded the area of certified organic farms by 40%. On the other hand, the majority (around 70%) of all certified organic areas were
    31 May 2011
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    MTE report CZ _EN_

    farming in the organic farming system, which simultaneously implies an increase of the funding for environmental farmers. The volume of environmental farmers’ funding approximated in Round 9 to 20% of the total funding volume with an expected share of 10.36% of environmental farmers performing their farming activities on agricultural land. This implies a nearly double funding volume for environmental
    30 May 2011
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    DE-Brandenburg-Berlin_EAFRD_EPLR_MTE-2010_Summay

    Agri- Brandenburg and Berlin Mid – Term Evaluation 2010 EPLR - EAFRD Summary of Report 7 environment payments are providing obviously the major contribution towards maintenance of biodiversity. With reference to the size of the area, the major impact derives from an extensive farming on grassland and from nature protecting or organic farming. The payments under measure 214 are partly replenishing
    08 Apr 2011
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    Microsoft Word - Summary_Mid-Term-Evaluation_PAUL-programme_201...

    and arable farming – in respect of improving competitiveness. Overall, the mid-term evaluation managed to identify key contributions for improving the environmental situation and for conserving nature through funding provided under agrienvironment measures (214). In the future, though, farmers need to receive more information and advice face to face. On one hand, to increase acceptance of measures
    14 Feb 2011
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    Microsoft Word - Mid-Term-Evaluation_MEPL II_IfLS_2011-02-02_fi...

    114 should be improved by redoubling information and awareness campaigns. Workshops should be used to provide concrete examples of advice. Furthermore, the various agricultural advisors (e.g. FIA advisors, organic farming advisors .) should be made aware of the support of advisory services, so that they can talk specifically to farmers about it. • The medium-term aim should be an agreement between
    02 Feb 2011
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    Microsoft Word - Summary BayZAL 100111 ART

    Additionally, in 2008 the measure “pasture farming of cattle” was implemented and equipped with 70 mill. €. Due to disadvantageous natural conditions the pressure to give up farming is quite high in less favoured areas. To achieve area wide land use, to afford a compensation for natural handicaps and to allow the farming households an appropriate participation of social economic development simultaneously,
    10 Jan 2011
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    Adi Standard Report Template 2010

    and maintenance of conservation buffer strips 5 3 (60%) AEM 6 - Conservation of rural structures providing a natural habitat for fauna and flora 88 15 (17%) AEM 7 - Provision of healthy forage area for bees 31 8 (26%) AEM 8 - Organic farming 3 2 (67%) AEM 9 - Conservation of species in danger of genetic erosion 131 19 (15%) AEM 1&4 - Support for reduced use of plant protection products in vineyards
    31 Dec 2010
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    (Microsoft Word - Sum\341rio Executivo PRORURAL_Ingl\352s)

    to the land. (iv) [Upstream of the Programme] To promote land consolidation and flexibility of the farming leased land regime. This issue is outside the scope of PRORURAL but has a decisive influence on the investment options and the productive and economic profitability of the farms. (v) [Upstream of the Programme] To guarantee greater commitment from the Farmers and Producers Associations/Organisations
    30 Dec 2010