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Freeze: the government will activate the agricultural calamity regime


The Minister of Agriculture Julien Denormandie evokes a "particularly difficult" event and "significant losses".

The government will deploy the agricultural calamity regime following the frost episode that has affected many regions and crops in recent days, announced Thursday evening Julien Denormandie, Minister of Agriculture, citing a "particularly difficult" event .

“Our mobilization is total so that the accompanying measures are put in place as quickly as possible.

We are going to launch in particular the implementation of the agricultural calamity regime ”, declared the minister on France Info.

"A lot of regions are impacted today"

"We will also study the usual tax measures that we can make available to these farmers who are facing these difficulties", he added, while specifying that it is still too early to determine the exact cost of the damage. , in particular because other episodes of frost are to be feared in the coming days.

One thing is already certain at this stage, "the losses are important", warned the minister.


Fruits, beets, flax, rapeseed, barley .. the frost is wreaking havoc around Paris

He also promised the full mobilization of insurers and bankers to support the affected operators.

“Today we are faced with a situation which is quite exceptional, which is particularly difficult, which affects a large number of crops, viticulture of course, arboriculture, but also arable crops such as beetroot, rapeseed ”, detailed Mr. Denormandie, evoking a“ rather unprecedented violence ”.

"We are in the process of carrying out the quantitative assessment, what we see is that a lot of regions are impacted today, whether in the north of the Ile de France to the south-east and part from the center of the country, ”he said.

Source: leparis

All news articles on 2021-04-09

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