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Figure Regional map showing the share of organic farming area in total UAA in 2000
The map shows the share of agricultural land under organic farming in 2000, illustrating that organic farming is particularly widespread in Sweden and Austria and also relatively common in Finland, Denmark, Italy as well as some regions of Spain and Scotland.
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Figure Share of agricultural land under organic farming in 2000
The map shows the share of agricultural land under organic farming in 2000, illustrating that organic farming is particularly widespread in Sweden and Austria and also relatively common in Finland, Denmark, Italy as well as some regions of Spain and Scotland.
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Figure Regional importance of low-input, medium-input and high-input farming and the trend 1990-2000
The map shows the regional trends of low-input, medium-input and high-input farming (the input size indicates the amount of money spent on fertilisers, crop protection and concentrated feedstuff)
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Figure text/texmacs Area under agri-environmental management contracts
Percentage of the utilised agricultural area under agri-environmental measures following Regulation No 2078/92; status on 15.04.98
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Figure Changes in cereal yields for selected farm types between 1990 (EU-12) and 2000 (EU-12)
The numbers in brackets show the share of agricultural area (%) managed by the farm type in 2000
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Figure Trends in intensity of farming for selected types of farms (derived typology) between 1990 and 2000 in EU-12
The numbers in brackets indicate the area share of each farm type in total utilised agricultural area in 2000.
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Figure Regional distribution of milk yields in 2000 and change from 1990-2000
The map shows that milk production potential in the EU-15 increases from south to north due to a number of physical factors
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Figure Trends in the share of agricultural land managed by low-input, medium-input or high-input farm types
Farm types are defined as follows: Low-input farms spend less than 80 Euro per ha per year on fertilisers, crop protection and concentrated feedstuff
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Figure Breakdown of area under agri-environment measures by type of action (2002)
The data only includes the area under agri-environment contracts signed in 2000, 2001 and 2002 under Regulation (EC) 1257/1999 (equivalent to a total of 22.7 million hectares)
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Figure Areas in EU eligible under the regional objective of the Structural Funds (1994-99)
The most relevant of these objectives from a rural areas perspective are: - Objective 1, applying to regions which are lagging behind economically, with a GDP of less than 75% of the EU average; - Objective 5a providing support for downstream processing of agricultural produce as well as investment aid and compensatory allowances in less favoured areas; - Objective 5b, applying to rural areas with a low level of socio-economic development, high dependency on agricultural employment, low agricultural incomes and population problems (low density or declining population); - Objective 6, applying to regions north of the 62nd parallel with a very low population density (less than 8 inhabitants/sq
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