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There will be Integrated Production methodologies for new crops. What?

Będą metodyki Integrowanej Produkcji dla nowych upraw. Jakich?
  • More and more agricultural producers submit their crops to the Integrated Production system. The game is worth the candle, because in 2023 alone, farmers received PLN 1,363.77/ha for meeting the requirements.
  • Currently, methodologies for 43 crops are available on the website of the State Plant Health and Seed Inspection Service.
  • It is planned to expand this system to include additional species.

From 2023, obtaining an Integrated Production – IP certificate will enable you to receive financial support under the eco-scheme. It resulted in a significant increase in the interest of agricultural producers in this system.

Cultivation area in the IP system in years [ha] Source: Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Cultivation area in the IP system in years [ha] Source: Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development

In 2024, the bar will be even higher, because there are many indications that a very large number of farmers have made this commitment. Will the subsidy to meet additional requirements remain? We don't know that yet, but the pool for this purpose may certainly be exhausted and transfers of funds will be necessary. However, this is a task for the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and ARiMR. Inspections of farms registered in the system are currently underway, hence the number of actual farmers with a certificate for 2024 will only be known after the inspection stage is completed.

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43 species with methodologies

Payments under the ecoscheme for integrated plant production are granted, among others, when the farmer grows crops in accordance with the methodologies of integrated plant production, which are available on the website of the State Plant Health and Seed Inspection Service.

– For agricultural producers who have contacted IP certifying entities and are applying for a certificate of integrated plant production, the only official determinant of integrated production requirements are the applicable legal provisions and methodologies published on the website of the Inspection – said the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Currently, there are 43 crop species that have such approved methodologies. The most popular crops are corn and sugar beet, although this year the share of area under winter rapeseed and winter wheat will also increase. This system, in the face of poor winter crop yield and low prices, may be even more noticed by agricultural producers. Vegetable gardeners like to use IP.

At the same time, it is planned to systematically expand the IP system with new plant species.

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Which species will be included in the IP?

Currently notified to the European Commission are IP methodologies for new crops, i.e.:

  • spring and winter barley,
  • rye,
  • sweet corn,
  • green beans and dry grain,
  • sunflower,
  • grapes in field cultivation.

As reported by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development:

– After completing the notification process, they will be immediately approved by the Chief Inspector and published.

However, before the producer decides to apply to the system, before reporting to the certifying entity, it is mandatory to have valid training in the field of integrated plant production and become familiar with the IP methodologies for the selected crop approved by the Chief Inspector of Plant Health and Seed Inspection. There are detailed requirements that must be met for a given species.

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