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Spain: Catalonia calls for aid to stone fruit, citrus and nut farms

Spain
Innovation & Technology
Sustainability & Environmental Impact
Published Dec 5, 2023

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The Generalitat of Catalonia has published a resolution offering aid to stone and seed fruit, citrus, and nut farms that have been affected by drought and worsening conditions due to the war conflict in Ukraine and weather conditions. The aid is meant to compensate agricultural holdings that have areas of almond, hazelnut, pistachio, walnut, chestnut, and carob in response to these challenges. The total amount of aid available is €18,000,000 but may be expanded depending on budget availability.
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On December 1, the Official Gazette of the Generalitat of Catalonia (DOGC) published the resolution calling for aid for stone and seed fruit, citrus and nut farms, in response to the drought and its worsening of the conditions of the primary sector derived from the war conflict in Ukraine and the weather conditions. The objective of the aid is to compensate agricultural holdings with areas of seed fruit, stone fruit, citrus and/or nuts with areas of almond, hazelnut, pistachio, walnut, chestnut and carob in response to the drought and the worsening of the conditions of the primary sector derived from the war conflict in Ukraine and the weather conditions The beneficiaries of this aid may be natural or legal persons or entities without legal personality that own agricultural holdings that are eligible to receive direct aid from the CAP in the 2023 campaign, and that have an area under cultivation of fruit trees on their holding. seed, stone fruit, citrus, almond, hazelnut, ...
Source: Agropopular
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