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New Water Quality Cross Compliance Requirements from January 2012

From 1st January 2012 new requirements restricting the application and storage of chemical and organic fertilisers along water courses and beside wells and boreholes will come into force across Scotland. These requirements are based on existing cross compliance requirements for land within Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZs). Land managers claiming SFP, LFASS and other schemes need to be aware that any breach of these new requirements from 1st January 2012 onwards may result in a penalty. The exact requirements can be found on the Scottish Government’s website.

 

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