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Neutral

Greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) per unit of milk produced show a clear and favorable downward trend after 2013, but not intensive enough given the target set (<0.772 kg CO2 eq in 2020). The analysis of the trend shows that the 2020 target will be reached in 2022. Difficulties in achieving the target arise, inter alia, from the unrealised activity "Feed analysis and calculation of diets for cattle and/or small ruminants" from the original proposal of the agri-environment- climate payments measure of the 2014-2020 Rural Development Programme.

Neutral

In the post-2000 period, nitrogen consumption from mineral fertilisers initially declined. After 2009, consumption more or less stabilised at around 27,500 tonnes, with annual values ranging from 26,300 to 28,612 tonnes. In 2019, consumption was equal to the 2020 target (less than 28,000 tonnes of N per year). On average over the last few years, the 2020 target has been met.

Neutral

After 2005, the gross nitrogen budget ranged between 42 and 69 kg per ha of agricultural land with an indistinct decreasing trend. The 2020 target (less than 53 kg N per ha) has been achieved on average over the last 5 years (47.6 kg N per ha). Preliminary estimates indicate that the balance surplus in 2020 will be less than 35 kg N per ha. This means that the 2020 target will be achieved.

Good

The land area in the organic farming measure is growing faster than planned in the Operational Programme for Reducing GHG Emissions until 2020 (OP GHG). The 2020 target (44,000 ha) has already been achieved in 2018 and preliminary data for 2020 indicate that the OPTGP target will be exceeded. It should be stressed that the 2014-2020 target Rural Development Programme is more ambitious (55,000 ha) and will not be reached in 2020.

Good

Areas of fields and gardens in measures that require fertilization based on rapid soil or plant tests have significantly exceeded the target value set by the 2014–2020 Rural Development Programme.


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