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European Commission allows cultivation of fallow land

The European Commission grants a temporary derogation for growing crops on set-aside land. The derogation is only valid for 2022. This is what European Commissioner…

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‘Green fertiliser’ finds support in EU

The Flemish Minister of Agriculture Hilde Crevits and the Dutch Minister of Agriculture Henk Staghouwer argued at the European Council of Agriculture Ministers last Monday…

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EU bets on biogas to reduce dependence on Russia

To reduce its dependence on Russian gas, the European Union wants to focus on biogas. The production of biogas should double as soon as possible…

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War in Ukraine – What about the Green Deal?

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has a direct impact on food security in Europe, the Middle East and further afield. Since the invasion on 24 February,…

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EU Organic Awards for best projects in the organic sector

Organic food production plays a key role in the implementation of the European Green Deal, the Farm-to-Fork strategy and the biodiversity strategy. The Commission wants…

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Yokohama Off-Highway Tires’ Alliance brand: specialist for versatile services

Practice report of Agri Star II tires performance in the contracting business in South Holland Founded in 1938 and located in Hellevoetsluis in the province…

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Security: rural crime

Rural crime is a scourge throughout Europe. Tractor and machinery theft, vandalism and burglary rates are on the rise everywhere. However, concrete figures are hard…

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‘Coup d’Pousse’ and ‘Connected scales’ take the big prizes at the VIII edition of the European Bee Award

The European Landowners’ Organization (ELO) and the European Agricultural Machinery Industry Association (CEMA) awarded 2 projects with the European Bee Award. This award, that was…

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Commissioner Wojciechowski visits La Palma following the eruption of Cumbre Vieja

Commissioner Wojciechowski visited the island of La Palma yesterday to evaluate the situation and assess the impact on the agricultural sector of the eruption of the…

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International farmers’ protest in Brussels cancelled

The planned international farmers’ protest on 13 and 14 December in Brussels has been cancelled. Strict corona measures in several countries make participation impossible for…

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