The deficit of moisture in the soil remains high in many places

  • The deficit of moisture in the soil remains high in many places
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    This week, the precipitation will change according to met Ireland amounts will be above normal at 125 to 175pc.
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This week, the precipitation will change according to met Ireland amounts will be above normal at 125 to 175pc.

However, he said that most of the precipitation occurred on Sunday, but will return on Friday. During the period of rainfall is low, was found Ireland said.

Over the past week, rainfall was mixed.

He was below average in South Munster and South Leinster, with an amount in the range of 10pcs and 40 PCs.

About normal over the Northern and North-Munster-Leinster, but much above normal in Connaught and Ulster, with more than twice the norm in places.

The deficit of moisture in the soil remain high in Central and Eastern and southern areas (between 50 and 70 mm), resulting in a permanent limitation in growth.

In contrast to the deficit is much lower, Connaught, and Ulster the West, especially in the North-West.

Average temperatures were about average last week with a similar trend through the week ahead. The soil temperature was between 15.1 and 18.0, usually 2.5 degrees above normal, with maximum values over Leinster.

The soil temperature remains fairly similar for the next seven days.

The Committee also noted that there are many areas that are currently affected by drought (in some areas have not received enough rainfall to recover from the initial drought and some areas are experiencing higher drought).

The rainfall for the month to August 21: Curtins (tube) 9 mm, Ballyhaise 52 mm, 69 mm and Athenry Grange 24 mm.

The voice

Last week, the European Commission agreed with certain proposed changes to the scheme of the voice this year in response to the current fodder shortage, welcomed the Minister of agriculture, food and the marine, Michael creed.

Now the proposal will go through some more procedures before he can be formally ratified.

This progress comes after a period of continuous contact between the Department and officials of the European Commission, including a bilateral meeting in Brussels today.

It was a direct sequel to the request of the Minister Krid Commissioner Phil Hogan.

The Commission suggests that the Irish request will be considered for approval when it has been fully processed through the necessary procedures. It is expected that these measures will be effective from Saturday 1 September and this will be confirmed in advance subject to all other procedures completed.

Two changes are specifically intended to add to the stocks of winter feed for Irish farmers and will:

Low Input permanent pasture: amendment to the specifications by 2018 to provide for the application of low input permanent Pasture areas for the production of silage/hay in the period from 1 September 2018 until December 1, 2018 was wanted. There are participants 37,800 a voice from LIPP of action covering an area of over 269,000 hectares

Environmental Management of Fallow lands: in 2018 it is expected that need to be resolved after the basis for 2018 in the period from 1 September 2018 (after breeding season) until 1 December 2018.

All participants in the voice with this appropriate action, as well as their advisors will be notified by the Department in advance of flexibility, becoming operational.

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