EU presents amended CAP ‘greening’ rule changes

The European Commission is finalising plans to amend the CAP ‘greening’ rules to simplify them and bring more environmental gains, notably a ban on pesticide use on land counted as ‘Ecological Focus Area’ (EFA) – raising concern among MEPs on EU protein crop output.

The Commission presented the latest version of a draft delegated act to amend secondary EU legislation on greening, which contains 14 measures, mostly on EFAs, to European Parliament agriculture committee (ComAgri) members on Monday (February 13).


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