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Compliance inspection of farmers’ compliance with direct payment for strategic crops

Rice
Regulation & Compliances
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 12, 2024

Tridge summary

The National Agricultural Products Quality Management Service is initiating inspections on farmlands cultivating winter strategic crops from the 15th of this month until May 31. This move aims to ensure that farmers adhere to the stipulated requirements for receiving strategic crop direct payments. To be eligible for these payments, farmers must actively manage strategic crops, such as wheat, barley, oats, green barley, and Italian ryegrass, on over 1,000 m2 of rice paddy land from sowing through to harvest. Non-compliance, including issues like fallow land or the cultivation of non-target crops, could lead to a 50% reduction in direct payments. Last year, 5,400 hectares out of 105,000 did not meet the necessary standards, highlighting the importance of compliance for full payment and proper farmland management as emphasized by the Rural Development Administration.
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Original content

The National Agricultural Products Quality Management Service will inspect farmland growing winter crops that have applied for strategic crop direct payments from the 15th to May 31 to check whether farmers are complying with the requirements. Farmers who applied for direct payment for strategic crops must manage strategic crops from sowing to harvest on farmland of 1,000 m2 (302.5 pyeong) or more where the land is being used as rice paddies or rice paddies. If you do not do this, your direct payment may not be paid. Winter crops that are strategic crops include food crops such as wheat, barley, and oats, and feed crops such as green barley and Italian ryegrass. In addition, if the requirements for maintaining the shape and function of farmland are not followed, 50% of the direct payment may be reduced. Last year, it was found that 5,400 hectares of the 105,000 hectares of area applied for strategic winter crop direct payment did not comply with the requirements. The most common ...
Source: Nongmin
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