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The Organic Farming Scheme (Wales) Regulations 2001

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Name, commencement and application

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Aid for organic farming

  5. 4.Determination of amount of aid and periods for which aid is paid

  6. 5.Conditions of eligibility

  7. 6.Restrictions on acceptance of applications

  8. 7.Restrictions on payment of aid

  9. 8.Financial limits

  10. 9.Form and content of application

  11. 10.Power to vary undertakings

  12. 11.Amendment of approved plan

  13. 12.Change of occupation

  14. 13.The application of earlier Regulations

  15. 14.Duty to keep records

  16. 15.Duty to permit entry and inspection

  17. 16.Withholding and recovery of aid, termination and exclusion

  18. 17.Recovery of interest

  19. 18.Recovery of payments

  20. 19.False statements

  21. 20.Offences by bodies corporate

  22. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      CALCULATION OF AID

      1. PART I PAYMENT IN RESPECT OF AN ORGANIC PARCEL

        1. In Part I of this Schedule— “AAPS eligible land” means...

      2. PART II PAYMENT IN RESPECT OF THE ORGANIC UNIT AS A WHOLE

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      STANDARDS TO BE OBSERVED

      1. 1.The beneficiary shall not plough, reseed or improve, by use...

      2. 2.The beneficiary shall avoid localised heavy stocking in the nesting...

      3. 3.The beneficiary shall not carry out field operations, such as...

      4. 4.The beneficiary shall not cultivate or apply fertilisers to the...

      5. 5.The beneficiary shall (a) retain traditional farm boundary features, for...

      6. 6.Ditch maintenance shall be carried out in rotation, but not...

      7. 7.The beneficiary shall maintain streams, ponds and wetland areas.

      8. 8.The beneficiary shall retain any copses, farm woodlands or groups...

      9. 9.The beneficiary shall ensure that in farming the land he...

      10. 10.The beneficiary shall abide by the terms of the Codes...

  23. Explanatory Note

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