The Gran Canarian palms
Tuesday, February 13, 2024, 11:00
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The Government of the Canary Islands has published the resolution granting or rejecting POSEI aid for traditional winter tomato producers for the 2023 campaign. which amounts to 5,534,220 euros financed by the European Union (EU).
Since last February 7th, andThe process of allegations or to provide documents or supporting documents is open in the event of rejection of the interested parties’ requests for a period of ten days, The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food Sovereignty of the Canary Islands Executive explained this Tuesday in a statement.
And he has detailed that the beneficiaries of the aid per hectare, whose maximum unit amount is 24,000 euros per hectare, are those winter tomato producers who They have been beneficiaries in the 2018, 2019 and 2020 campaigns and that have marketed their productions in the current campaign, as long as their productive surfaces are in the archipelago.
For aid for reconversion, the beneficiaries are producers who have received aid in the aforementioned campaigns and that totally or partially allocate the surfaces to crops other than tomatoes and bananas.
Besides, A 10% aid supplement will be granted to beneficiaries who have received the corresponding aid for the establishment of “young farmers” from the Canary Islands Rural Development Program (PDR). in previous campaigns and that maintain this condition in the current 2023 campaign.