Decree Amending The Decree On Agricultural Use Of Fertilizers And Plant Cover During The Plan Period 2007/2008

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om ændring af bekendtgørelse om jordbrugets anvendelse af gødning og om plantedække i planperioden 2007/2008

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Overview (table of contents)
Annex 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
The full text
Order amending the Order on the agricultural use of fertilizers and plant cover during the plan period 2007/2008
§ 1
In order no. 906 of 16 July 2007 on the agricultural use of fertilizers and plant cover during the plan period 2007/2008 is amended as follows:
1. § 26 shall read:
"§ 26. The company must in autumn 2008 establishing or designating land with crops listed in Annex 3, Table 1, for normal operational principles for the effective nitrogen uptake in the fall. After the crops have a nitrogen standard 0 kg N per. ha.
PCS. 2. The area used for crops provided. Paragraphs. 1 must represent at least 10 percent of its crop ground area. For companies that deliver at least metering quantities corresponding to 0.8 livestock units per. hectares of acreage and more, the area of ​​the successive crop not less than 14 percent of the crop base area. The applied fertilizer amount is calculated based on the rules of the Order on livestock farming and animal husbandry for more than three livestock units, livestock manure, silage, etc., however, included in this compilation other organic fertilizer, thus 100 kg total nitrogen corresponds to an expensive device. The calculation is based on the nutrient budget for the plan period 2006/2007. Placed urea is not included in the definition of crop requirement. This also applies to the proportion of urea in blends.
PCS. 3. After Crop Plot area shall include areas cultivated with crops listed in Annex 3, Table 2, and areas where the plan period 2007/2008 not going agricultural production (land not cultivated), giving the right support for the European Community Council Regulation 1782/2003 of 29 september 2003 establishing common rules for the common agricultural policy: direct support schemes (OJ 2003 L 270, p. 1).
PCS. 4. For the part of a company that is authorized to organic agriculture production, the area under crops, notwithstanding paragraphs. 2, only represent 6 percent of its crop ground area. Applied on the organic part of the company fertilizer quantities corresponding to 0.8 livestock units per. hectares of acreage and more, the area under crops, however, at least 10 percent of the crop base area. "
2. After § 26 added:
"§ 26a. Catch crops referred to in § 26 paragraph. 1 shall not be plowed, desiccated or otherwise disposed of before 20 October 2008. Catch crops established as the attachment of corn be earlier destroyed 1 March 2009. Areas planted with crops to be used for a spring sown crop in the next plan period.
PCS. 2. Transfer of surplus crops from up to four immediately previous plan periods may be part of the fulfillment of the in § 26 paragraph. 2 and 4 set minimum standards for land with crops. After Crop area in each of the four previous plan periods must meet the minimum requirement for crops, see. § 26 paragraph. 2 and 4.
§ 26b. Establishment of winter green fields in autumn 2008, see. Annex 3, Table 3, alone or together with an area with drugs under crops, satisfying the requirements of § 26 paragraph. 1 and § 26a paragraph. 1 represents 100 percent of the cultivated land and the land not cultivated, see. § 26 paragraph. 3, with the green cover can replace the requirement for the establishment of drugs under crops.
PCS. 2. Companies of 30 hectares or more, however, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph. 1 and § 26a paragraph. 2, commissioning 4 percent of crop base area with drugs under crops in each planår.
§ 26c. Plant Directorate may in special cases and upon written application allow the provisions of §§26-26b waived. "
3. Document overview replaced by Annex 1 to this Order.
4. Appendix 1, Table 1, Nitrogen standards for agricultural crops and vegetables in the open air is replaced by Annex 2 to this Order.
5. Appendix 1, Table 3, Nitrogen standards for other plant cultures replaced by Annex 3 to this Order.
6. Annex 3, Table 2 Crops included in the basic area, of which there must be established or laid crops replaced by Annex 4 to this Order.
7. Annex 3, Table 3, Green fields replaced by Annex 5 to this Order.
§ 2
This Order shall enter into force 19 March 2008.
Plant Directorate, March 14, 2008
PDV
Preben V. Andersen
/ Dorthe Nielsen
Annex 1
Appendix Overview





Appendix 1


table 1



Nitrogen standards for agricultural crops and vegetables






outdoor





Table 2


Winter wheat Varieties involved in nitrogen norm for bread wheat






can be used





Table 3


Nitrogen standards for other plant cultures





Table 4


Factors to correct nitrogen quotas for higher yields






the crops used for feed



Appendix 2


Table 1


Statement of the number of animals in the various livestock species





Table 2


Content of nitrogen in manure





Table 3


Correction of nitrogen in manure





Table 4


Gram crude protein per. feed unit in forage crops for cattle





Table 5


Gram crude protein per. kg feed and content of feed units






per. kg in feed for pigs.



Appendix 3


Table 1


Crops to meet demand for crops





Table 2


Crops that are part of the base area of ​​which to be






established or laid crops





Table 3


Green fields



Appendix 2
Table 1: Nitrogen standards for agricultural crops and vegetables in the open
In this table, the following abbreviations in the table heading:
UN: Dividend Norm
KN: Nitrogen Norm








crop


front
fruit value


Recognition of the fruit value


Unirri- gated coarse sand JB 1 + 3


Unirri- gated fine sand JB 2 + 4 and 10-12¹


The water sandy soil JB 1-4


Sandy loam JB 5-6


Clay soil JB 7-9






in by-grødens CN


UN


CN


UN


CN


UN


CN



UN


CN


UN


CN





Correction for dividend















kg N / ha


Yes / No


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


kg N / quintal




1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8


9


10


11


12


13


14




Spring cereals to maturity
















Vårbyg2



0


Yes


39 (43)


117


46 (51)


114


51 (56)


133


58 (64)


121


62 (69)


130


1.5



Vårhvede2



0


Yes


36 (40)


116


42 (47)


112


47 (52)


132


53 (59)


119


57 (63)


129


1.7



Havre


0


Yes


42


96


49


92


54



111


55


90


58


100


1.5



Other cereals, spring-sown


0


Yes


43


97


50


94


55


112


55


91


59


100


1.5



Corn harvesting at maturity


0


Yes


50


132


64


137


68


155


80


149


85


160


1.5



Grains + legumes, spring-sown,
max. 50 per cent. pulses


9


Yes


42


62


45


50


48


65


51


44


53


49


0.5



Winter cereals for maturity
















Vinterbyg2



0


Yes


49 (54)


149


53 (59)


140


57 (63)


157


72 (80)


151


77 (85)


161


1.2



Vinterhvede2



0


Yes


49 (54)


151


63 (69)


154


67 (74)


171


81 (90)



165


86 (95)


175


1.3



Winter wheat, brødhvede2



0


Yes


49 (54)


186


63 (69)


194


67 (74)


213


81 (90)


211


86 (95)


223


1.7



Vinterrug2



0


Yes


40 (44)


115


53 (59)


115


52 (58)


127


65 (72)


119


69 (76)


127


1.2



Hybridrug2



0


Yes


48 (53)


123


63 (69)


126


63 (69)


139


74 (82)


128


79 (87)


138


1.2



Triticale2



0


Yes


41 (45)


141


53 (59)


140


53 (59)


153


61 (67)


140


65 (72)


149


1.2



Other cereals, efterårssået2



0


Yes


41 (45)


116


53 (59)


115


53 (59)


128


61 (67)


115


65 (72)


122


1.2



oilseeds





























Spring rape


27


Yes


16


114


19


104


21


119


22


99


23


105


1.5



Winter rape


27


Yes


23


162


31


172


31


172


36


179


38


181


1.5



rAPE


27


Yes


18


115


20


105


22


120


23


100


24


105


1.5



sunflower


27


Yes


18


157


20


145


22


157


23


136


24


140


0



Soybeans


19


No


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


0



Yellow mustard


27


Yes


19


116



21


105


23


121


23


100


24


105


1.5



Other oliefrøart


27


Yes


19


116


21


105


23


121


23


100


24


105


1.5



pulses


























peas


19


No


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


0



Horse beans


19


No


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


0



sweet lupine


19


No


30


0


30


0


30


0


30


0


30


0


0



Ærtehelsæd13



19


No


47


0


55


0



64


0


71


0


71


0


-



Perennial legumes


19


No


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


0



Other legumes to maturity


19


No


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


45


0


0



Flax and hemp




























linseed


27


Yes


15


86


15


73


15


86


15


65


15


69


0



flax


27


Yes


90


54


90


41


90


54


90


32


90


37


0



hemp


27


Yes


120


132


120


119


120



132


120


111


120


115


0



Seed grass


























Ryegrass, plain.


10


No


12


136


12


136


12


136


12


136


12


136


0



Ryegrass, plain. 1. year, autumn zoned


10


No


12


170


12


170


12


170


12


170


12


170


0



Ryegrass, Italian


10


No


12


98


12


98


12


98


12


98


12


98


0



Ryegrass, Italian, 1st year, autumn zoned


10


No


12


132


12


132


12


132


12


132


12


132


0



Ryegrass, hybrid


10


No


12


119


12


119


12


119



12


119


12


119


0



Timothy, tuber rat tail


10


No


5


94


5


94


5


94


5


94


5


94


0



Dog Grass


10


No


9


170


9


170


9


170


9


170


9


170


0



Meadow fescue


10


No


8


102


8


102


8


102


8


102


8


102


0



Red fescue, fescue


10


No


8


119


8


119


8


119


8


119


8


119


0



festulolium


10


No


10


136


10


136


10


136


10


136


10


136


0



Stiff blade fescue


10


No


8


102



8


102


8


102


8


102


8


102


0



fescue


10


No


8


162


8


162


8


162


8


162


8


162


0



Kentucky bluegrass (field type)


10


No


11


128


11


128


11


128


11


128


11


128


0



Kentucky bluegrass (turf type)


10


No


8


136


8


136


8


136


8


136


8


136


0



Alm. bluegrass


10


No


8


111


8


111


8


111


8


111


8


111


0



Bentgrass, plain. and creeping


10


No


6


94


6


94


6


94


6


94


6


94


0



Other field seeds



























Clover, white, red, alsikke


87


No


4


0


4


0


4


0


4


0


4


0


0



Grassland legumes (alfalfa, medick others)


27


No


4


0


4


0


4


0


4


0


4


0


0



caraway


27


No


11


111


11


111


11


111


11


111


11


111


4.0



Poppy


27


Yes


5


114


8


111


9


128


9


106


9


111


4.0



spinach


27


Yes


12


136


15


134


17


153


17


132


17


136


4.0



Beet


27



Yes


20


179


20


179


20


179


20


179


20


179


0



Other field seeds for sowing


27


No


-


102


-


102


-


102


-


102


-


102


0



potatoes




































seed potatoes


6


Yes


273


109


298


100


342


117


342


96


342


100


0.2



Starch potatoes


6


Yes


400


169


450


165


530


186


530


165


530


169


0.2



Potatoes


6


Yes


286


137


361


137


401


154


401


133


401


137


0.2




Baking Potatoes, potatoes, other


6


Yes


395


169


445


165


530


186


530


165


530


169


0.2



Factory production


























Beets to the factory


14


Yes


489


118


559


111


634


131


634


110


634


114


0.1



chicory


14


Yes


-


126


-


126


-


126


-


126


-


126


0



Other industrial crops / roots


14


Yes


-


106


-


106


-


106


-


106


-


106


0



Whole crop, spring


























Spring barley, whole crop


0


Yes


4600


118



5400


112


6400


130


7100


115


7100


119


-



Spring wheat, whole crop


0


Yes


4300


115


5000


108


5900


126


6500


110


6500


114


-



Oats, whole crop


0


Yes


4700


118


5500


112


6400


130


7100


115


7100


119


-



Mix grain, spring-sown,
whole crop


0


Yes


4900


118


5700


112


6400


130


7100


115


7100


119


-



Grains + legumes, whole crop (max. 50 per cent. Pulses)


9


Yes


4900


59


5700


53


6300


71


7000


55


7000


60


-



pea whole


19


No


4700


0


5500


0


6400


0


7100


0


7100


0


-




Silo Corn


0


Yes


9300


167


9300


154


10500


179


10400


157


10900


168


-



Whole crop, winter




































Winter barley, whole crop


0


Yes


5500


158


8600


150


7200


166


9000


160


9600


169


-



Winter wheat, whole crop


0


Yes


6300


160


8000


162


8600


179


10300


172


10900


181


-



Winter rye, whole crop


0


Yes


6000


157


7800


160


8000


173


9400


162


10000


172


-



Winter triticale, whole crop


0


Yes


5200


151


6700


151


6700


163


7600


150



8100


158


-



Mix corn, autumn sown, whole crop


0


Yes


5200


151


6700


151


6700


163


7600


150


8100


158


-



Cereal green grain


























Spring barley, grønkorn14



0


Yes


2500


94


3200


93


3200


105


3500


89


3500


94


-



Grains + legumes,
chloroplasts, (max. 50 per cent. pulses)


9


Yes


2500


55


3200


54


3200


67


3500


51


3500


55


-



Winter cereals, grønkorn15



0


Yes


3300


116


4300


120


4300


133


5300


128


5300


133


-



Grass, permanent



































Permanent pasture with very low udbytte4



19


No


800



26


800

26


800


26


800


26


800


26


-



Permanent grass with low udbytte4



19


No


1800


68


1800


68


1800


68


1800


68


1800


68


-



Permanent grass with normal udbytte4



19


No


3000


132


3000


132


3000


132


3000


132


3000


132


-



Permanent grass below 50 per cent. clover, rescheduled at least every 5 year4 + 7 + 17



87


No


6100


240


6900


242


8300


253


7300


244


7300


244


-



Permanently grass than 50 per cent. clover rescheduled at least every 5 years 4 + 7 + 17



87


No


5200


64


5800


64


7000


64


7000


64


7000


64


-



Permanent grass outside clover rescheduled min. every 5 years 4 + 17



19


No


6600



308


7800


316


9500


342


8500


325


8500


325


-



Permanent grass to the factory, my. 6 tons udbytte3



19


No


6


179


6


179


6


179


6


179


6


179


30



Permanent grass / pm. grass to plant, rescheduled after 5 years at 3



19


No


12


268


14


319


16


370


15


344


15


344


30



Permanent alfalfa for factory converted at least every 5 years3



87


No


11


0


13


0


15


0


14


0


14


0


-



Permanent alfalfa with my 25 per cent. grass to plant, rescheduled after 5 years at 3



87


No


11


64


13


64


15


64


14


64


14


64


-



Permanent clover plant, rescheduled after 5 years at 3



87


No


11


0


13


0


15


0


14



0


14


0


-



Permanent lucerne and Lucerne grass with over 50 per cent. alfalfa, rescheduled at least every 5 years 4 + 17



87


No


5200


64


6000


64


9000


64


8000


64


8000


64


-



Permanent sod, rescheduled at least every 5 years


0


No


-


179


-


179


-


179


-


179


-


179


-



Permanent grass and clover without norm6



19


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Environment Grass, MVJ scheme 1 (80 N) 4 + 5



19


No


2200


80


2200


80


2200


80


2200


80


2200


80


-



Environment Grass, MVJ scheme 2 (0 N) 4 + 5



19


No


800


0


800


0


800


0


800


0


800


0


-



Permanent grass, Island support


0


No



800


26


800


26


800


26


800


26


800


26


-



Grassland Plants in rotation


























Grass / clover under 50 per cent. clover with extremely low udbytte4 + 7



19


No


600


26


600


26


600


26


600


26


600


26


-



Grass / clover under 50 per cent. clover with very low udbytte4 + 7



19


No


1500


68


1500


68


1500


68


1500


68


1500


68


-



Grass / clover under 50 per cent. clover low udbytte4 + 7



19


No


2600


132


2600


132


2600


132


2600


132


2600


132


-



Grass-clover under 50 per cent. clover (rotational) 4 + 7



87


No


6700


241


6900


242


8200


253


7200


245


7200


245


-




Clover grass over 50 per cent. clover (rotational) 4 + 7



87


No


5200


64


5700


64


6700


64


6700


64


6700


64


-



Lucerne and Lucerne grass with over 50 per cent. Alfalfa (rotational) 4



87


No


5200


64


5700


64


6700


64


6700


64


6700


64


-



Grass without clover (rotational) 4



19


No


6700


310


7200


319


8700


344


7700


327


7700


327


-



Grass / clover silage before spring-sown crop or ital. Ryegrass to frø4 + 8



0


No


2400


85


2400


85


2400


85


2400


85


2400


85


-



Roll Grass (rotational)


0


No


-


179


-


179


-


179


-


179


-


179


-



Grass to udegrise


70


No


-


180


-


180



-


180


-


180


-


180


-



Grass and clover without norm6



19


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Grass / clover to fabrik3



19


No


12


273


14


324


16


375


15


350


15


350


30



Lucerne for cutting (incl. Silage for feed) 3



87


No


11


0


13


0


15


0


14


0


14


0


-



Lucerne with min. 25 per cent. grass for silage (incl. silage for feed) 3



87


No


11


64


13


64


15


64


14


64


14


64


-



Clover for silage (incl. Silage for feed) 3



87


No


11


0


13


0


15


0


14


0


14


0


-



wild Takes

















Vildtagre16



0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Other feed crops






































Fodder Beet


14


Yes


9000


157


12000


170


12000


183


13000


170


13000


174


-



swedes


14


Yes


7000


153


8500


153


8500


166


8500


145


8500


149


-



kale


14


Yes


7000


109


7500


102


8500


128


8500


106


8500


111


-



Feed Carrots


14


Yes


7000


140


8500



140


8500


153


8500


132


8500


136


-



Outlays and crops


















Grass, expenses / aftermath after chloroplasts ol harvested in May / juni4 + 9



0


No


4500


162


4700


167


6000


187


4400


160


4400


160


-



Grass, expenses / aftermath for silage / early seed grass or winter barley harvested later than 1 August4 + 9



0


No


2600


110


2700


113


2800


115


2400


108


2400


108


-



Grass, expenses / aftermath for grain / Late one frøgræs4 + 9



0


No


1100


52


1100


52


1200


54


1100


52


1100


52


-



Clover grass, expenses / aftermath after chloroplasts ol harvested in May / jun4 + 10



0


No


3900


121


4100


123


5400


134


3800


120


3800


120


-



Clover grass, expenses / aftermath after silage harvested by 1 August4 + 10



0


No


2000



76


2200


77


2300


78


1900


75


1900


75


-



Clover grass, expenses / aftermath after korn4 + 10



0


No


1000


31


1100


31


1200


32


1100


31


1100


31


-



Grass / kl.græs outlays for plant aftermath after chloroplasts ol harvested in May / juni3



0


No


5


179


6


204


6


204


5


179


5


179


30



Reportable efterafgrøder11



17/25


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Outlays and catch crops for green manure (voluntary crops) 12



0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Aftermath brackish


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



0


-









crop


front
fruit value


Recognition of the fruit value of-grødens CN


Unirri- gated coarse sand JB 1 + 3


Unirri- gated fine sand JB 2 + 4 and 10-12¹


The water soil All soil types


Sandy loam JB 5-6


Clay soil JB 7-9







UN


CN


UN


CN


UN


CN


UN


CN


UN


CN





Correction for dividend





kg N / ha


Yes / No


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


quintals / ha


kg N / ha


kg N / quintal



1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8


9


10


11


12


13


14



Vegetables, open air
special support rights
















Asier


25


Yes


-


135


-


120


-


135


-


110



-


115


-



asparagus


25


No


-


150


-


150


-


150


-


150


-


150


-



Celery


25


Yes


-


215


-


200


-


215


-


190


-


195


-



cauliflower


25


Yes


-


255


-


240


-


255


-


230


-


235


-



broccoli


25


Yes


-


215


-


200


-


215


-


190


-


195


-



Zucchini, squash


25


Yes


-


150


-


135


-


150


-


125


-


130


-



Kale


50


Yes


-


185


-


170


-



185


-


160


-


165


-



carrot


25


Yes


400


125


400


110


400


125


400


100


400


105


0.1



Cabbages


50


Yes


-


285


-


270


-


285


-


260


-


265


-



Chinese cabbage


25


Yes


-


195


-


180


-


195


-


170


-


175


-



Celeriac


50


Yes


-


235


-


220


-


235


-


210


-


215


-



onions


0


Yes


-


165


-


150


-


165


-


140


-


145


-



parsnips


25


Yes


-


165



-


150


-


165


-


140


-


145


-



Rodpersille


25


Yes


-


165


-


150


-


165


-


140


-


145


-



leek


25


Yes


-


225


-


210


-


225


-


200


-


205


-



Brussels sprouts


50


Yes


-


240


-


225


-


240


-


215


-


220


-



Beetroot


25


Yes


-


180


-


165


-


180


-


155


-


160


-



Red cabbage


50


Yes


-


265


-


250


-


265


-


240


-


245


-



salad


25



Yes


-


165


-


150


-


165


-


140


-


145


-



Savoy cabbage, cabbage


25


Yes


-


265


-


250


-


265


-


240


-


245


-



spinach


25


Yes


-


120


-


105


-


120


-


95


-


100


-



Sweet corn


25


Yes


-


155


-


140


-


155


-


130


-


135


-



Peas consumption


25


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Jerusalem artichoke, drinking


25


No


-


150


-


150


-


150


-


150


-


150



-



Vegetables other


25


Yes


-


265


-


250


-


265


-


240


-


245


-



herbs
















Leaf Parsley


25


Yes


-


205


-


190


-


205


-


180


-


185


-



chives


50


Yes


-


300


-


285


-


300


-


275


-


280


-



Herbs,
















eligible


25


Yes


-


205


-


190


-


205


-


180


-


185


-



Herbs, other


25


Yes


-


205


-


190


-


205


-


180


-



185


-



Grass and vegetation cover on set-aside fields
















Abandoned fields


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Brak in buffer zones


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Brak with wild mix


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Brak with volunteers


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Brak - fodder radish


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Uncultivated land

















Uncultivated field


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Areas of commitment on special support and can be used as sampling
















afforestation


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



20-year set-aside


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



20-year set-forest


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Environment Grass used as sampling


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Wetlands used as sampling



0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



MVJ-aside land, there is no agricultural land


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



MVJ-fallow buffer zones


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Areas of commitment on special support if they are used as sampling
















Reduction of nitrogen input


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Cultivation without use of pesticides


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Buffer zones


0


No


-



0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-



Extensive, buffer zones


0


No


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-


0


-






1)


JB 12 can be classified as other soils from the current texture.



2)


Correction of nitrogen norm for higher expected yields are made in relation to dividends standards indicated in parentheses when





precrop is anything but cereal. When precrop is cereal, correction is done with respect to the first listed yield norm.



3)


Yield in tons of finished goods per. ha (93 percent solids). There can be converted between feed units and finished by a factor of 1





FE = 1.2 kg. finished product. For "grass / clover to factory (rotational)" and "permanent grass to the factory, my 6 tons dividend" dividend shall be correction by 30 kg N per. tons of finished product.



4)


For the allocation of nitrogen quota for grass and clover in rotation, permanent pasture, grass / clover attachment and





grass / clover crops, the requirements for use in the following summary table. The requirements for use of the fields are indicated by a minimum number of grazing livestock units or cutting per. ha.



5)


Nitrogen dropped by grazing animals subtracted when calculating the production of nitrogen in livestock manure for agri-environmental commitments





concluded in 2006 and 2007 and for the agreements signed in 2002 or earlier. Grazed another company land deducted nitrogen as devoted and Schedule B1 completed.



6)


Used for pastures or parts of pastures, where there is grazing DE enough to meet the requirements for the award of





standard referred to. summary table.



7)


Clover also includes alfalfa, vetch and other pulses.



8)


The standard can be used when taking a rash after 1 May ahead of a spring sown crop with late sowing time such.





silo corn. The standard can also be used when the spring made a Italian ryegrass prior to harvest of seeds.



9)


The standard also applies to the aftermath of no nitrogen-fixing crops used for grazing or cutting. The crop must






included in the summary table below.



10)


The standard also applies to the aftermath of nitrogen fixing crops used for grazing or cutting. The crop must





included in the summary table below.



11)


Draw up an after-effect of 25 kg N per. ha or 17 kg N per. ha 'drugs under crops' grown in autumn 2007





the company's total nitrogen quota 2007/2008. "Reportable crops' referred to. § 26, with after-effect of 25 kg N per. ha applied when the company has been spread 0.8 AU per. hectare of land and over the previous plan period (incl. other organic fertilizers, where 100 kg N corresponds to a DE). "Reportable crops' referred to. § 26, with after-effect of 17 kg N per. ha applied when the company has been spread less than 0.8 per. hectare of land and over the previous plan period (incl. other organic fertilizers, where 100 kg N corresponds to a DE).



12)


Used for attachment and aftermath of green manure does not 'liable for crops. "



13)


Dividends declared in crop units = 100 FE



14)


Includes norm for spring barley, oats, spring wheat and meslin for chloroplasts.



15)


Includes norm for winter barley, winter rye, winter triticale and winter wheat and mixtures of green corn.



16)


Feeding crops can be fertilized without rain nitrogen in fertilizer accounts if the duty paid by the fertilizer





see. Act § 14 paragraph. 2



17)


For land that has remained for 5 years or longer, use crop standards for permanent pasture that is not converted.




Calculation of the norm:
Nitrogen norm for the main crop, the crop is stated on page 3 of the application for the single during the plan period, calculated as the crop norm (column no. 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14) less the residual effects of precrop - the main crop in the last plan period - from ( column no. 3) provided that the residual effects should be recognized in crop norm for this year's main crop (column no. 4). The residual effect should be recognized when for this year's crop are given a "yes" in column 4. When given a "yes" deducted from the residual effect listed below forfrugtsafgrøden. By cultivating more crops per. mark per. growing season is not deducted residual effect.
Soil type:
Soil type is specified based on the type of soil in the plow layer.
Yields:
Assigning the norm for a crop requires that the crop is grown and harvested for overall agricultural principles.
The yield set standards for grain, industrial crops and seeds for cultivation, the yield on the crop for the basic water rate and purity for billing.
For potatoes specified yield as settled commodities, as adjusted for sorting and storage shrinkage.
For forage yields in net feed units.
For grass or green crops are sold to green drying, the yield can be translated as 1 FE = 1.2 kg of finished product.
Standards for forage crops:
When the harvested feed can not feed on the company, the sales volume (FE) could be documented using. Sales documents. If a company leaves grassland graze animals belonging to another business, grazing documented with a receipt for the transfer of manure.
Standards of grass in rotation:
Placement of grass / clover in rotation occurs after the contents of clover in the crop. The classification must comply with the requirement for number of grazing livestock units indicated in the summary table.
Standards of permanent pasture:

Standards for permanent grass, grass outlays and grass crops can be used only when the grass used for grazing or cutting to a minimum extent. See the tables table. The requirement to use must be respected for all of pastures that are attributed nitrogen quota or grass covered agro-environmental schemes. By grazing should be able dokumteres that the grass fields is a grazing pressure corresponding to the minimum number of grazing animals that are listed in the summary table. Are there any grass cutting on the land reduced the area in which there must be documented grazing in the statement specified parts per. beaten.
Summary Table Minimum number of grazing livestock units per. ha to the standards of grass category can be used





Grass Category


Shares that each cutting on the field occupy the field's total areal1)



Minimum number of grazing livestock units per. ha2)




Permanent pasture with very low udbytteniveau3)



1.00


0.2



Permanent grass with low udbytteniveau3)



1.00


0.5



Permanent grass with normal udbytteniveau4)



0.50


0.9



Environment Grass, MVJ scheme 1 (80 N)


0.50


0.7



Environment Grass, MVJ scheme 2 (ON) 3)



1.00


0.2



Permanent grass below 50 per cent. clover rescheduled min. every 5 years


0.33


1.9



Permanently grass than 50 per cent. clover rescheduled min. every 5 years


0.33


1.7



Permanent grass outside clover rescheduled min. every 5 years


0.33


2.1



Permanent lucerne and Lucerne grass with over 50 per cent. alfalfa, rescheduled at least every 5 years


0.33


1.7



Grass-clover under 50 per cent. clover (rotational)


0.33


1.9



Clover grass over 50 per cent. clover (rotational)


0.33


1.7



Lucerne and Lucerne grass m. Above 50 per cent. alfalfa


0.33


1.7



Grass without clover


0.33


2.1



Grass / clover grass silage before spring sown crop or ital. Ryegrass seed


1.00


-



Grass / clover (under 50 per cent. Clover) with extremely low yield level (rotational) 3)



1.00


0.2



Grass / clover (under 50 per cent. Clover) with very low yield level (rotational) 3)



1.00


0.5




Grass / clover (under 50 per cent. Clover) with low yield level (rotational) 3)



0.50


0.9



Grass, expenses / aftermath after chloroplasts ol harvested May / June


0.33


1.3



Grass, expenses / aftermath for silage / early seed grass or winter barley harvested later than August 1


1.00


0.8



Grass, expenses / aftermath for grain / Late one seed grass


1.00


0.3



Clover grass, expenses / aftermath after chloroplasts ol harvested in May / June


0.33


1.1



Clover grass, expenses / aftermath after silage harvested later than August 1


1.00


0.6



Clover grass, expenses / aftermath for grain


1.00


0.3






1)


The proportion of field grass land seized by cutting can be a maximum of 1.00.



2)


Livestock units in pigs, poultry and fur animals, and animals not come on grass, can not Member





counted. Number of animal units are calculated according manure Order. For animals in the pasture from another company multiplied number of grazing DE with 2nd



3)


There should be counted with a minimum of 0.2 livestock units per. hectare. If manure accounting





deducted norm production for more DE, the number of DE from manure accounts used.



4)


On especially productive permanent pasture that is not rescheduled within the past 5 years,





may be the norm for permanent grass, under 50 percent clover, rescheduled at least every 5 years, the exceptional application, provided that evidence indicates a grazing level of demand for grass in rotation, and the yield in excess of 4000 per FE. ha. The documentation must consist of a ration with the calculation of the total production number of FE on the company and feed the need. Production of the FE shall be determined from the yield standards for all grown and purchased fodder crops and fodder requirement is calculated from a maximum feed consumption of grass crops of 2500 FE per. Livestock.



Appendix 3
Table 3: Nitrogen standards for other plant cultures





crop


Forfrugts value


Recognition of forfrugts-value crop nitrogen standard


All soil types



1


2


3


4





Kg N / ha


Yes / No


Nitrogen Norm
Kg N / ha



Medicinal Plants






coneflower


0



No


75



Medicinal Plants, one- and two-year


0


No


80



Medicinal plants, perennials and woody plants


0


No


80



Garden seed






Chrysanthemum Garland


30


Yes


60



dill


30


Yes


90



Chinese cabbage


30


Yes


140



Cress


30


Yes


120



Roquette


30


Yes


110



Radis


30


Yes


120



Leaf beet, beetroot


30


Yes


210



Kale


30


Yes


160



carrots


30


Yes


160



Cabbage (white and red cabbage)


30


Yes


200



parsley


30


Yes


210



Chervil


30


Yes


180



Turnip


30


Yes


160



parsnips


30


Yes


120



Salsify


30


No


150



Salsify


30


Yes


150



chives



30


No


120



thyme


30


No


120



flower


30


Yes


60



Other garden seeds


30


Yes


100



Small plants and seedlings (outdoor)






Shrubs and trees


0


No


150



perennials


0


No


300



flower


0


No


300



Annual and biennial plants


0


No


300



Fruits and berries






melon


25


Yes


135



pumpkin


25


Yes


135



Rhubarb


50


No


100



strawberries


0


No


80



blackcurrant


0


No


160



Ribs


0


No


160



gooseberries


0


No


100



Blackberries


0


No


100



raspberry


0


No


100



Blueberries


0


No


100



Bush fruit


0



No


85



Bush fruit, eligible


0


No


85



tree fruit






Cherries, without lower growth



0


No


150



Cherry, with the growth of grass that udnyttes1)



0


No


200



Plum, without lower growth



0


No


150



Plum, with the growth of grass that udnyttes1)



0


No


200



Celebrate


0


No


200



Hazel and walnut


0


No


85



apple


0


No


140



pears


0


No


140



Grapes


0


No


140



Table grapes


0


No


140



Rønnebær


0


No


100



rosehip


0


No


100



medlar


0


No


100



Other top fruit


0


No


100




Væksthuskulturer2)







Tomat2)



0


No


2350



Agurk2)



0


No


2100



Salat2)



0



No


900



Other grønsager2)



0


No


800



Cut flowers and snitgrønt2)



0


No


1100



Potteplanter2)



0


No


950



Nurseries (perennials and woody plants except fruit bushes) 2)



0


No


300



Young plants (one-year) 2)



0


No


300



Closed system 1 (one-year) 3)



0


No


Quantity yielded



Closed system 2 (perennials and woody plants) 3)



0


No


Quantity yielded



Other specialty crops






Containerplads 1 (fruit bushes) 4)



0


No


550



Containerplads 2 (one-year) 4)



0


No


550



Containerplads 3 (perennials and woody plants except fruit bushes) 4)



0


No


550



Mushrooms, mushrooms


0


No


Quantity yielded



Charcoal tours






Forestry, plain.


0


No


0



Afforestation in forest with tree height less than 3 meters


0


No


15



Afforestation of former farmland


0


No


0



Christmas trees (incl. Ornamental foliage)


0


No


JB 2 and
4-12


JB 1 + 3







75


100




Energy forests and other production







coppice


0


No


35



Arrow


0


No


120



Poppel


0


No


120



El


0


No


75



Special cultures for energy and other production






Miscanthus


0


No


75



reed canary grass


0


No


75



Sorrel


0


No


150



Other crops






Other crops


0


No


60



Natural areas, established by operating Act


0


No


0



Of Further areas


0


No


0



Left the field


0


No


0



Mark merged with another field


0


No


0






1)


Calculated on the part of area covered with grass, harvested or grazed during the plan period.



2)


Nitrogen standard applies to open systems, and is set in kg N per year. ha plot size greenhouse.





For cultures grown in fewer than 52 weeks calculated nitrogen norm proportionately. For tomato and cucumber are the norm set for one growing season. For tomato growing season is 9 months. For companies to Plant Directorate can demonstrate that they have a growing season of 11 months, is the norm for tomato however 3000 kg N per. ha. The norm for salad is the production of 7 per team. year. For companies facing Plant Directorate can demonstrate that they have more teams than 7 per team. year, adjusted norm proportionately.



3)


Recycling is a closed irrigation system in which the excess irrigation water (fertilizers water)






is fed back to a container (vessel or basin), from which the next watering pumped and mixed with a certain percentage of water fertilizers from manure mixer.



4)


A container yard is a confined, leveled area under cultivation in the open air, which plants are grown in





pots (containers).




Calculation of the norm:
Nitrogen norm for the main crop, the crop specified in the application for single payment during the plan period, calculated as the crop norm (column 4) less the specified residual effect of the main crop in the last plan period (column 2) provided that the residual effects should be recognized in crop norm (column 3 ). By cultivating more crops per. mark per. growing season is not deducted residual effect.
Appendix 4
Table 2: Crops included in the basic area, of which there must be established or laid crops





Cereals (spring and winter)


peas



Spring and winter


Horse beans



corn


sunflower



rAPE


linseed



soy


Other one-year crops which do not have nitrogen





recording the fall in the harvest year and areas where there are no agricultural production (land not cultivated), which gives the right to support by the European Community Council Regulation 1782/2003 of 29 September 2003 establishing common rules for the common CAP on direct support schemes.



mustard




Crops must be included whether they be harvested at maturity or earlier.



Appendix 5
Table 3: Green fields





Crops that can be used:



winter


winter wheat





winter rye





winter barley





Winter Triticale



corn


Forage maize



Grassland Crops


Grasses and clovers in forage mixtures and





grass outlay





Lucerne





Permanent grassland





Italian ryegrass for animal feed



Root vegetables


beets





Factory and industrial potatoes



seed crops


Seed grass





Clover and other bælgsædsfrø





Winter rape





sunflowers





beet





caraway





Garden seed and pharmaceutical crops




Vegetables, fruit and berries


Sildige field vegetables





The fruit and berry cultures



Christmas trees and ornamental greenery











To meet the requirement in § 26b may be used following areas:



Catch crops


All areas under crops with growth in the fall





used as cover crops and desiccated or worked. The establishment of cover crops must be done after normal operating principles, so that after the crop can develop the best possible way. Normal operating principles include, among others a nitrogen requirements 0 kg N / ha for crops not used for cutting or grazing, including drugs under crops.
Areas planted with herbaceous crops, seed crops and cover crops can not be included if they are plowed before 20 October.



Other crops


Areas planted with crops that can be equated with the above





indicated.



Areas not grown


Areas not grown as an entitlement for support under the European Community's Council Regulation 1782/2003 of 29





September 2003 establishing common rules for the CAP on direct support schemes.