Action plan for the development of organic production

The European Commission presented on March 25, 2021, an Action Plan for the development of organic production. Their general objective, as they point out, “is to promote the production and consumption of organic products, reach 25% of agricultural land dedicated to organic farming by 2030 and significantly increase organic aquaculture.”

Defeder, in its mission and commitment to the well-being of the environment, will attend the exclusive presentation in Spain on April 15 with the help of Asobio (both in person in Madrid and online).

But what does this action plan consist of?

In the search for a series of improvements so that organic farming has the right tools to reach the 25% objective. These improvements are divided into 23 actions structured around three axes:

• Boost consumption
• Increase production
• Continue to improve the sustainability of the sector

The European Commission encourages Member States to formulate the same organic action plans that Defeder already carries out to increase the national share of organic farming. The national organic farming action plans will complement the CAP national strategic plans by establishing measures that go beyond agriculture and what is offered under the CAP.

Defeder considers that the measures presented will achieve a definitive push so that ecological society and our planet earth have a better quality of life, which is the main idea and common objective of the actions carried out.

Defeder is a circular economy and all our fertilizers are 100% ecological, to promote this sustainability and action plan proposed by the European Union.