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Buyeo-gun, South Chungcheong Province in South Korea, submits application for ‘reduction in rice cultivation area’ by May 31

Published May 21, 2024

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Buyeo-gun in South Chungcheong Province is encouraging farmers to apply for a rice cultivation area reduction agreement by May 31, aiming to decrease the current rice cultivation area by 8.8%. This initiative targets farms that either previously grew rice or participated in last year's Strategic Crop Direct Payment or Rice Reduction Agreement. Farmers can cultivate alternative crops such as general crops, pulses, and summer forage on these reduced rice cultivation areas. Additionally, military benefits like additional public reserve rice allocation and pulse purchase reserves will be offered to applicants. There is no limit on the application area size, but a minimum application size is required to receive public reserve rice. The county welcomes active participation from farmers to ensure a good rice production and diversification of crops.
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Buyeo-gun, South Chungcheong Province, is accepting applications for a rice cultivation area reduction agreement until May 31. The county plans to reduce the existing rice cultivation area by 887ha, which is 8.8% of the 10,069ha. The target farmland includes △ plots where rice was grown last year and where other crops are planned to be cultivated or fallow this year, and △ plots which participated in last year's Strategic Crop Direct Payment or Rice Reduction Agreement and where other crops are cultivated or fallow fields are planned. Application items include general crops, pulses, and summer forage that cannot be grown with rice because they overlap with the cultivation period. Overlapping support with other support projects, such as strategic crops, is also possible. There is no limit to the application area, but in order to be allocated rice from the public reserve, you must apply for at least 67㎡ for pulses and 34㎡ for general crops. The military plans to provide benefits ...
Source: Agrinet
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