“From 2023, farmers will be certain only of the basic payment, equal to 48% of the ceiling, previously it was 85%. It is therefore essential to access eco-schemes, but not all sectors will be able to do so”. This is what Angelo Frascarelli, president of Ismea underlined, illustrating the choices made by Italy regarding direct payments for the period 2023-2027 in the National Strategic Plan for the activation of the CAP, speaking at the “New CAP and possible impacts on ‘Italian agriculture: how the main regulatory changes fit into the framework of the national production structure “organized by Nomisma, in collaboration with Philip Morris Italia and with the scientific contribution of the Food Trend Foundation, live streaming from Bologna. “The livestock, olive, wine and fruit sectors, through access to eco-schemes and coupled support, will be able to maintain current support levels. Instead, some sectors will have a sharp reduction in support, including straw cereals. , corn, tobacco, industrial tomatoes, vegetables “. And for these sectors, Frascarelli remarked, “new strategies must be found”. “The CAP is still vital because even if it is true that it impacts on various supply chains – he concluded – it wants to respond to many needs and of many people who are those of farmers , of those who pay attention to the environment, to the health of food, to the attention of catastrophic events, and therefore this is the best guarantee that it will remain vital for the next few years “.
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