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Digitalisation

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Overview of topics

Eight digital trial fields launched

On Wednesday at the International Green Week in Berlin, Minister of Agriculture Julia Klöckner confirmed the funding of two more digital trial fields on agricultural holdings and in rural areas. The Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) has earmarked funds of more than EUR 50 million over the next three years.

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Digitalisation in agriculture

The biggest gains from digitalisation in agriculture are expected to come from potentially making productivity more sustainable and from reductions in working hours and workload. This will result in reductions in the use of fertilisers, plant protection products and energy and improvements in animal welfare.

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Universal broadband coverage – also in rural areas

Efficient digital infrastructure is increasingly becoming a determining factor in whether areas, particularly rural areas, will prosper in the future.

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The “Smarte LandRegionen” model project - BMEL supports digital solutions for rural areas

Under the “Smarte LandRegionen” (smart rural regions) model project, the BMEL is supporting up to seven individual rural districts in developing and implementing digital solutions in rural regions.

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Land.Digital: 61 innovative projects receive funding

With the “Land.Digital” support scheme, the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) supports the digital transformation in rural areas and disseminates model practical concepts under the umbrella of the Federal Rural Development Scheme (BULE) throughout Germany.

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Dig­i­tal­i­sa­tion in agri­cul­ture (topic:digitalisation)

The biggest gains from digitalisation in agriculture are expected to come from potentially making productivity more sustainable and from reductions in working hours and workload. This will result in reductions in the use of fertilisers, plant protection products and energy and improvements in animal welfare.

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Berlin Agri­cul­ture Min­is­ters' Con­fer­ence: 72 min­is­ters adopt fi­nal com­mu­niqué (topic:gffa)

The 12th Berlin Agriculture Ministers' Conference at the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA) saw 72 agriculture ministers adopt an ambitious final communiqué.

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Eight dig­i­tal tri­al fields launched (topic:digitalisation)

On Wednesday at the International Green Week in Berlin, Minister of Agriculture Julia Klöckner confirmed the funding of two more digital trial fields on agricultural holdings and in rural areas. The Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) has earmarked funds of more than EUR 50 million over the next three years.

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Uni­ver­sal broad­band cov­er­age – al­so in ru­ral ar­eas (topic:digitalisation)

Efficient digital infrastructure is increasingly becoming a determining factor in whether areas, particularly rural areas, will prosper in the future.

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The 14 green pro­fes­sions (topic:training)

The 14 green professions in Germany offer young people varied and diverse opportunities with good prospects for the future.

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