Notice Of Special Aid Two Farmers For The Establishment Of Perennial Energy Crops

Original Language Title: Notice of special aid to farmers for the establishment of perennial energy crops

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 of scheme content and purpose of Chapter 2 Definitions Chapter 3 Application for support Chapter 4 Pre Expressions of desire two seek support Chapter 5 Prioritising aid applications Chapter 6 areas for which aid is granted Chapter 7 Conditions for support, support rate and payment of aid Chapter 8 Cross-compliance Chapter 9 Transfer of holdings Chapter 10 Control Penal provisions Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Entry The full text of the Notice of special support two farmers for establishing multiannual energiafgrøder1) Pursuant to section two 1. 2-5, § 4, paragraph. 1 and 5, and section 24 of the Administration of the European Community regulations on the mechanisms of the Common Agricultural Policy financed by the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund, etc. (CAP Act). Act No. 297 of 28 April 2004, as amended by Act No. 1513 of 27 December, 2009, the following authorization: Chapter 1 scheme meaning and purpose of section 1. The provisions of this Order relating to specific support for farmers who establish perennial energy crops on land eligible for SPS. PCS. 2. The purpose of the special aid is to promote the production of biomass by providing it currently stands for the establishment of perennial energy crops. The scheme will also help to reduce nutrient inputs. Part 2 section 2 of the Definition. The special aid is aid granted under Article 68 of Council Regulation (EC) no 73/2009 of 19 January 2009 on the common rules for direct support schemes for farmers the CAP and establishing certain support schemes for farmers, amending Regulation (EC) No. 1290/2005, (EC) no 247/2006, (EC) no 378/2007 and repealing Regulation. (EC) no 1782/2003. § 3. When applying the year ' means the calendar year in which the grant application is submitted. § 4. In areas where, according to the state water plan must be made a dedicated effort for the sake of environmental quality in the coastal waters purposes of this Order the areas specified by the Ministry's Internet field map, 1 January in the year of application, entitled energy crops. § 5. In nitrate sensitive catchments purposes of this Order the areas shown with the same name on the National Environmental Portal February 1 of the application year. § 6. For an agricultural parcel is a continuous area within a field block party of the same crop group or the same combination of crop groups under respectively direct payment schemes and the rural development program, which is part of the same applicant holding. PCS. 2. country with permanent pasture declared by an applicant, results in a further breakdown of an agricultural parcel. Chapter 3 Application support section 7. Farmers who receive aid under this scheme two wish shall submit an application to the Food. The application must be submitted on a special form, "Common Schedule" that can be completed and late via the Food Agency's website. The form is also available in hard copy by contacting the Food Industry. Applications must be received in Food by the day on which the deadline for application for single expire in the year of application, which in this Order the deadline specified in the Food Industry Decree on direct payments under the single payment scheme, two farmers. PCS. 2. Applicants should also be within the paragraph. 1 mentioned deadline the field map in which all farm land ice cream market and identified with the same number and covers the same area as stated in the application. Enrolment can be via the Food Agency's website or on field maps on paper. PCS. 3. Only one application for each farm per. claim year. Areas in which a farmer has granted grazing rights two others, included in the application for the person who rents the Owens or country. PCS. 4. Applicants who have received positive response from the Food under § 8 paragraph. 2, and who wish to apply for grants for more country than for which received a positive response in accordance with § 8 paragraph. 2 the application must reflect such areas as independent fields, which are separated from the plots which received positive response in accordance with § 8 paragraph. 2 pcs. 5. There can not under this order sought in respect of areas for which the year of application requested specific support for the maintenance of permanent pasture. Chapter 4 Pre Expressions of desire two seek support § 8. Farmers who wish to apply for funding, can the calendar year preceding the year of application submitting expressions to the Food that they intend to apply for support for areas located in areas under the state water plan must be made a dedicated effort for the sake of the environmental condition of coastal waters. The statement must be submitted to the Food on a special form, available via the Food Agency website or by contacting the Food Industry. The form can be submitted by the closing date for application under § 7 paragraph. 1 expires and must be Food no later than 1 August of the calendar year preceding the year of application. PCS. 2. prioritize the incoming expressions in the Food in § 10 paragraph. 1, no. 1-2 and § 10 paragraph. 2-4 of that order. § 10 pcs. 5 and 6 apply correspondingly to the priorities under this Commission. Based on this priority emits Food by 1 November of the calendar year, the declarations are received, reply to the farmers who have submitted expressions in accordance with paragraph. 1, whether the Food Industry within the framework of the application year budget expects that it will be possible for the farmer to obtain support if the farmer submit an application in the following year of application. PCS. 3. Farmers ' statement under paragraph. 1 is not binding. Food Industry response in accordance with paragraph. 2 is not binding. PCS. 4 pcs. 1-3 does not apply to applications for claim year 2010. Chapter 5 aid Prioritising applications § 9. Food decides on gran thing aid. § 10. If the deposed framework does not allow two accommodate all requests for aid, prioritises Food parcels for which assistance is sought, in the following order, see. However paragraph. 7:1) Private fields in areas where, according to the state water plan must be made a dedicated effort for the sake of the environmental state of coastal waters, and for which received positive response from the Food accordance with § 8 paragraph. 2.2) Public fields in areas where, according to the state water plan must be made a dedicated effort for the sake of the environmental state of coastal waters, and for which received positive response from the Food accordance with § 8 paragraph. 2.3) Private fields that are not covered by the No. 1 or no. 2, and which according to the state water plan must be made a dedicated effort for the sake of the environmental condition of coastal waters. 4) Public fields that are not covered by the No. 1 or no. 2, and which according to the state water plan must be made a dedicated effort for the sake of the environmental condition of coastal waters. 5) Other private fields. 6) Other public fields. PCS. 2. Within each of the paragraph. 1, said Food parcels for which the priority classes prioritize assistance is sought, in the following order: 1) Select two be used for growing willow. 2) Check to be used for growing poplar. 3) Check to be used for the cultivation of age. 4) Check to be used for the cultivation of ash, hazelnut or a mixture of the authorized tree species. PCS. 3. Within each of the paragraph. 2 prioritize Food parcels for classes indicated priorities which assistance is sought, in the following order: 1) Select the nitrate sensitive catchments. 2) Second fields. PCS. 4. There can be granted only for the fields covered by the any of the paragraph. 3 priorities indicated classes if the allocated funds provide support for all fields covered by the priority class. PCS. 5. in the case of a private field understood in relation to the priority that the field is the subject of an application that is not from a public institution to a public company or a municipal community. PCS. 6. To a public field understood in relation to the priority that the field is the subject of an application from a public institution to a public company or a municipal community. PCS. 7. If the 2010 agreed framework does not allow two accommodate all requests for aid, prioritises Food notwithstanding paragraph. 1-4 fields for which assistance is sought in 2010 in the order listed in subsection. 1, no. 3-6 and paragraph. 2-4 PCS. 5 and 6 apply correspondingly to the priorities under this Commission. § 11. The fields in the in § 10 paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-4, and in § 10 paragraph. 3, no.1, areas referred understood in relation to the priority that the field is situated within a field block, see. Paragraph. 2-4, comprising that least 100 m2 of the area in question. PCS. 2. In field blocks understood mark blocks of the field block limits laid down by the Food Agency's electronic reporting to the field maps (Internet field map). PCS. 3. By prioritizing fields covered by § 10 paragraph. 1, no. 1 and no. 2, used field blocks, as they appear to the closing date for application under § 7 paragraph. 1, will expire in the year preceding the year of application. PCS. 4. By prioritizing fields covered by § 10 paragraph. 1, no. 3-6, used field blocks, as they appear respectively on January 1 in the year of application, and subject to section 7 paragraph. 1, with a required deadline. By prioritizing a field covered by the first section. Affected by field block change the applied field blocks at the indicated times, providing the most advantageous prioritization of the field. Chapter 6 areas for which aid may be granted to section 12 may be granted only in respect of areas eligible under the single payment scheme. PCS. 2. There may not be granted for the following areas: 1) Areas entitled two effect prior to the application year are commitments on funding under Executive Order No. 893 of 22 September 2005 on it currently stands for environmentally friendly management of wetlands or commitments for grant's agri-environment measures pursuant to two Executive Order No. 140 of 10 March 2005 or earlier regulations on it currently stands for environmentally friendly farming measures, apart from the award of grants to reduce the supply of nitrogen. 2) Areas entitled two in the application year is an obligation as a result of the award of grants for the establishment of biotope and landscape plan of property pursuant to two Executive Order No. 1101 of 12 December 2002 or the award of grants pursuant to two Executive Order No. 248 April 11, 1994 on it currently stands for windbreak. 3) Areas entitled two effect prior to the application year are commitments on it currently stands for set-aside border zones for the care of grass and nature, for maintaining wetlands for the conservation of wetlands or maintaining changed drainage under the Rural Development Act. 4) The areas for which within the year of application is an obligation as a result of the award of grants for the establishment of biotope and landscape plan of property under the Rural Development Act. 5) The areas covered by the commitment of funding for afforestation under Council Regulation (EC) no 1257/1999 of 17 May 1999 on support for rural development from the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF) and amending and repealing certain regulations. 6) The areas covered by the commitment of funding for afforestation under Council Regulation (EC) No. 1698/2005 of 20 September 2005 on support for rural development by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD). Chapter 7 Conditions for support, support rate and payment of aid section 13. An area for which funding is requested, shall constitute a coherent minimum area of 0.30 hectares. PCS. 2. No support if the eligible area of the farm, which must be granted direct payments in accordance with Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 on the common rules for direct support schemes, the CAP are less than 2 hectares, unless the total amount of aid to the farmer in the form of premium for male bovines, Kass and support on the basis of special payment shall be an amount equal to two least 300 euros. PCS. 3. The total area of an application be funded under this scheme must be the least 1 ha. § 14. Support for an area is subject 1) to the area established for a perennial energy crop, and 2) two energy crops established for the period 1 January to 15 June of the year of application with one or more of the species and with the plant density is section 15. 2. Reforestation or additional plan stuff of plants in an existing perennial energy crop on an area considered under this Order not as the establishment of an energy crop. § 15. Energy The crop must be established for with one or more of the following species: 1) Willow (Salix SP.) genus. 2) poplar genus (Poppulus sp.). 3) age (Alnus glutinosa). Ash (Fraxinus excelsior)) 4. Hazel (Corylus avellana)) 5. PCS. 2. Plants should be established for and maintained in the claim year following minimum stocking: 1) Of willow, alder, hazel and ash to least 8.000 plants per hectare. HA either as pure components or mixtures of these species. Poplar can also be included in the stocks of those species, provided the population density is a minimum of 8.000 plants per hectare. HA. 2) For poplar in pure stock a minimum of 2.000 plants per hectare. HA. PCS. 3. Do the areas for which aid is granted, perform a number of limited self-sown trees. § 16. The aid rate shall be an amount in Danish kroner Equivalent two 430 euros. HA. § 17. Payment of the aid is conditional on the applicant no later than 15 July of the year of application submitted evidence that the conditions for aid related plant species and number of plants per hectare are met. Chapter 8 Cross-compliance to section 18. The rules of the Food Agency's Executive Order on cross-compliance and rules of good agricultural and environmental condition established under Council Regulation esta (EC) No. 73/2009, are applicable in accordance with § submitted two applications 7. Chapter 9 Transfer of holdings section 19. If a holding is transferred in full before the aid requested is paid will support any sale will be paid to the transferor unless the transferor by a shuttle service transferring aid to the transferee. Chapter 10 Control § 20 Cheques on the spot with the covered areas, etc. are made by the Plant Directorate in the form of spot checks, including remote sensing, with individual farmers. PCS. 2. The inspector may conduct checks on premises two which aid is sought, whether all or part of the farm is transferred after submission of the grant application. § 21. It is for farmers to provide the necessary assistance for the maintenance. Farmers would include showing the included areas and carry their cropping plans, field plans, fertilizers, spray records, business plans material and financial records, etc. Chapter 11 Penalties § 22. Violation of section 21 in connection with the in § 20 cheques referred punished with a fine, unless more severe punishment is incurred under Chapter 5 of agricultural law. PCS. 2. There may be imposed on companies etc. (legal person) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5. Chapter 12 Entry into force § 23. This Order shall enter into force on 31 March 2010. The Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, March 26, 2010 his S. C/Steen Peasant Official notes 1) This Executive Order contains provisions that are necessary for the application of Regulations: Council Regulation (EC) no 73/2009 of 19 January 2009 on the common rules for direct support schemes for farmers the CAP and establishing certain support schemes for farmers, amending Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005 , (EC) no 247/2006, (EC) no 378/2007 and repealing Regulation. (EC) no 1782/2003, Commission Regulation (EC) No. 1120/2009 of 29 October 2009 rules for the single payment scheme under Title III of Council Regulation (EC) no 73/2009 establishing common rules for direct support schemes for farmers the CAP and establishing certain support schemes for farmers and Regulation (EC) No. 1122/2009 of 30 November 2009 on the implementation of Council Regulation (EC) no 73/2009 as regards cross-compliance, modulation and the integrated administration and control system within the framework of the direct support schemes for farmers, as referred in the Regulation and two implementing Council Regulation (EC) No. 1234/2007 as regards cross-compliance under the support scheme for wine.