Farmers spread fertilizers extension until mid-September

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    Farmers received extension fertilizer until mid-September, the Minister of agriculture announced yesterday at the tullamore show.
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Farmers received extension fertilizer until mid-September, the Minister of agriculture announced yesterday at the tullamore show.

Minister Michael creed announced at the tullamore show that the Department willl be the extension of the use of chemical fertilizers in the period from mid-September to the end of September.

He also announced that the use of organic fertilizers from mid-October has been extended until the end of October to give the opportunity to maximize opportunities for growth supplementary feeds and save more in such a difficult year.

“We urge farmers actively growing enough fodder for the coming winter and to encourage partnerships between the tillage sector and the livestock sector”, – said the Minister of religion.

“Food importer needs a role to play in the upcoming inter but it would be wrong to believe this will solve the issue on their own,” said the Minister.

“The recognition of the role that the European Commissioner Phil Hogan paid in respect of schemes that allowed farmers to increase their capacity to grow feed until the end of the season,” said the Minister.

“Continued support from cooperatives and banks for farmers that help them get through this hard time in respect of feed and fertiliser costs this year.

“We got permission from the Commissioner to extend the column 1 payments in 70pc and pillar 2 payments to 85pc, which will introduce additional 260 million euros, in terms of liquidity in rural communities at a time when cash is sorely needed,” said the Minister of religion.

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About 260 acres of show ground was covered with Tullamore show €175,000 in prize money up for grabs, more than 6,500 entries and 2,000 animals competed. “More than 600 volunteers made it all possible today,” said the brand kirnan.

“We have clearly indicated how the government that we are willing to pay more to Finance the common agricultural policy and see it is fit for purpose and able to do whatever we want to do in terms of family support, distribution of public goods that requires the Irish taxpayer,” said creed speaking on the proposed 5pcs cut in cap 2020.

“We are strategically engaged, so we would have enough funds to support the cap after 2020,” said Minister of a creed, speaking at the Thalmor show.

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