he European Commission is considering awarding a higher level of advances for direct payments to Romanian farmers, from 50 to 70 percent, as well as for certain rural development measures in Romania, from 75 to 85 percent, according to a statement by the Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry (MADR).
Bio Farm Crucea is a small medium producer of organic commodities such as grain, sunflowers, soyabeans and corn. We are an active player in the area of the so-called “Green” agriculture by using certified seeds and natural fertilizers only, by following strict rotation protocols and by respecting our ultimate biggest shareholder: the nature!
Organic certification addresses a growing worldwide demand for organic food. It is intended to assure quality, to prevent frauds, and to promote commerce. For organic producers, certification identifies suppliers of products approved for use in certified operations. For consumers, “certified organic” serves as a product assurance. Certification is essentially aimed at regulating and facilitating the sale of organic products to consumers. Bio Farm Crucea is certified by BIOS Romanian Branch (www.certbios.it), which is one of the biggest organic certification agent in Europe, and regularly monitored by local authorities (APIA), and Direction of Agriculture offices in Constanta.
Agricultural land in Romania is the cheapest in Europe, according to an Eurostat report. Thus, at the level of 2016, the average price of one hectare of agricultural land was EUR 1,958, while the average in the Netherlands was over 31 times higher, amounting to EUR 63,000 euros. But, things are getting better.
Eurostat, the statistics office of the European Union, shows that one third of EU’s farms were located in Romania in 2016, while another third being found in Poland, 14 percent, Italy, 10 percent in 2013, and Spain with 9 percent.
Romania has 1.67 percent of its total utilized agricultural area (UAA) under organic farming, while the average in the European Union stands at 6.69 percent, according to Eurostat, the statistics office of the EU.
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Dear clients, partners and service providers, BIO FARM CRUCEA will be closed for holidays from 28th April to 1st May (included). Thanks Bio Farm Crucea Staff
The Romanian crop production increased year-on-year by 12.4 pct in 2017 to 24.5 million tonnes, , mainly due to the increase in the yields per hectar (average yield), according to a report of the National Institute of Statistics (INS). The cultivated suraface of crop grains dropped by 6.9 percent.
rable land was the cheapest in Romania out of all member states, with a hectare costing an average EUR 2,958 in 2016, according to Eurostat, the statistics office of the EU.