From field crops to livestock, nearly 300 million to be seized to equip yourself

Published Jun 14, 2024

Tridge summary

The article introduces the availability of nearly 300 million euros in aid for French farmers through the FranceAgriMer website, aimed at supporting ecological planning. This initiative has eleven counters, including seven dedicated to the purchase of equipment, to reduce the use of mechanical weeding, protect against drought, limit nitrogen leaks, promote protein production, decarbonize greenhouses, and purchase agricultural equipment for fruits and vegetables. These counters are open until December 31, 2024, or until the funding is exhausted, and are on a first-come, first-served basis. The aid is more abundant for young, new, and Cuma farmers, and each farm can only submit one application.
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Some are already open, others will be open by July, but in any case, you shouldn't delay. The principle is always the same: first come, first served, requests are processed in order of submission. Eleven counters, including seven dedicated to the purchase of equipment, are or will be accessible on the FranceAgriMer website. Nearly 300 million euros in aid are available in total. This envelope was put in place as part of ecological planning. The counters concern the reduction of the use of phytos (mechanical weeding, straw blower, etc.), protection against drought (drip, etc.), the limitation of nitrogen leaks (injector, buryer, etc.), the production of proteins (dried vegetables, etc.), the decarbonization of greenhouses (dehumidifier, shade screen, anti-insect net, etc.), agricultural equipment for fruits and vegetables, and the orchard sector. All details of eligible materials and the procedure for completing the applications are available on the ...
Source: TerreNet
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