The Director General of Rural Development Federico García Izquierdo, explained last night in the hall of the prison to the affected the basic lines of the aid destined to the restitution of the agricultural productive potential.
Federico García Izquierdo explained to the attendees that a total of 151 communications of affected had been presented in the Counseling, that correspond with 472 hectares with damages by snow.
I note the Director General that Totana had been the municipality with the most communications of affected, with 43 applications corresponding to 150 hectares with snow damage, of which 38 applications have been processed by COAG Totana.
The Director General explained that this aid will be given to those farms with more than 30% of their productive potential, with a maximum of 200,000 â‚¬ per subsidized farm being 40%, or 80,000 â‚¬ per farm.
From the General Directorate of Rural Development and before an important influx of affected, it was stated that the aid can be to infrastructure of parral, greenhouses, as well as the own plantations of fruit trees and table grapes, always excluding the horticultural of this line of Help, as the Director himself pointed out, that they hoped to have sufficient credit
The Director insisted on the need to make a commitment to contract insurance for five years, as well as the obligation that the payments, which were later to be subsidized, were reflected in bank statement, or also in the need for Proforma invoices, because this order is part of the Rural Development Program (PDR).
In the discussion of ideas that was generated between the assistants and the Director, at the end of the meeting, the farmers explained to García Izquierdo that they were carrying out the work of restoring their own infrastructures with personnel of each company and qualified for it and They suggested to the Director that this aid could cover these costs, otherwise the aid would not make much sense for small farms, and the Director would undertake to consider this request.
Source: COAG Totana / Foto: Totana.com