Budapest aims to increase areas from 130,000 to 300,000 hectares.

AgricolturaHungary has a goal of doubling the area of organic farming, even by distributing funds to farmers, and aims to further develop organic agriculture, based on techniques that respect nature and the animals' habitat. This was announced by a statement issued by of Magyar government, that specifies the objectives on which the country is working hard, as part of EU Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020. The ultimate goal is to increase organic farming from the current 130,000 hectares to about 300,000. A section of the so-called ''Action Plan for the development of organic farming'' also promotes the consumption of organic products and is designed to raise awareness on organic farming among consumers.






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