Guidance

CAP Reform: greening - work out what it means for you

Guidance on greening under CAP Reform: a leaflet and a list of crops to help you work out what you need to do to meet the greening rules.

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This document has been superseded by the CAP Reform update leaflet published on 14 August 2014.

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CAP Reform: greening - work out what it means for you

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CAP Reform: greening - crop lists for the crop diversification rules

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This document has now been superseded by CAP Reform: August 2014 update (including ‘greening: how it works’)’ and has now been archived.

The leaflet provides the latest information on the ‘greening’ rules and adds to the information provided in ‘An introduction to the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) schemes in England’, which was sent to all CAP customers in April.

The leaflet is aimed at stakeholders, agents and farm advisers, to help farmers work out the:

  • crop diversification rules and exemptions
  • exemptions from the Ecological Focus Area rules

You should use the list of crops to help work out crop diversification requirements.

Published 9 June 2014