Farmers No Longer Exempt From EU Regulations on Crop Rotation
Next year, farmers will no longer be exempt from new EU regulations on crop rotation and the designation of non-productive areas, according to the summary of the National Chamber of Agrarian Economy (NAK), writes agroinform.hu.
The rules of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy regarding crop rotation and the preservation of biological diversity require producers to be even more careful than before and meet stricter conditions.
NAK added that the European Commission had granted an exemption from the obligations of crop rotation and fallow development only temporarily, due to global food supply difficulties.
Hungary, together with other member states, had asked for an extension in vain, the agricultural news portal notes.
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