Jumilla BDA has recently addressed in an Assembly seat of Jumilla has displayed major concern in the horticultural sector Jumillano.
The secretary general of ASAJA Murcia, Alfonso Gálvez Caravaca, stressed at the meeting that "it is necessary to bet on a more competitive agriculture in Jumilla, which is profitable and innovative in order to meet the challenges of the future."
In the meeting held in Jumilla have been put on the table various issues of concern to the sector such as: aid processed in 2008, monitoring of wine agreement, the measures of the new wine CMO, agricultural insurance, the Health Check or revision of the cadastre, among many other issues.
Also, from Murcia ASAJA denounced "the dwindling aid being provided to the horticultural sector in the Region of Murcia from the EU institutions."
As the leader of ASAJA Murcia attended only cuts and more cuts, either in the new measures that will carry out the CMO in wine or the dreaded CAP health check. "
In this sense, the leader of Murcia ASAJA highlight of this meeting, "the concern of the agriculture sector of the plateau, and that farmers in this region are highly affected by the reform proposed by the European Union's Common Organization Wine Market.
Gálvez Caravaca stressed that "this reform will be very harmful to the wine so we will not rest until it is amended.
We can not understand that there are no compensatory aid for low-yielding vineyards and still less that no compensation for all farmers. "
For these reasons, says Galvez Caravaca "we demand both the Administration and the Central region, which are put to work immediately to try to offer real solutions to farmers in the Region of Murcia, which in no time are seeing reduced maximize their returns "The owner of BDA has announced mobilizations Murcia without reform the content of the wine CMO.
Source: ASAJA Murcia