This morning the councilor for agriculture Marco Remaschi, in a visit to some farms in Mugello, took stock of the situation on regional contributions to agriculture.

"We must look ahead, difficult moments await us" - he declared Marco Remaschi - “I speak to an agricultural sector which has proven to give important support in a difficult moment, for me the first essential sector. Mugello is an area particularly suited to agriculture, and where organic and conscious use of the territory are two key aspects of Mugello's production.

In article 222 of the Relaunch Decree 500 million have been allocated for the meat department, there may be many but also few compared to the general problem we have such as that related to the aspect of access to credit "

Among those present among others the mayor of Scarperia and San Piero and councilor for agriculture in the Union Federico Ignesti, Fiammetta Capirossi, regional councilor, the deputy mayor of Borgo San Lorenzo Cristina Becchi, but also some farmers among them Luigi Bolli of the historic Palagiaccio farm who intervened on the subject.

"In 70 days of quarantine they reminded us that there are 3 indispensable sectors in our country: health, safety and nutrition, we at the Historic Palagiaccio Farm are part of one of these 3 sectors." - he declares stamps - “It so happens that in these 70 days the pollution has also decreased, perhaps we have understood that it was not the cows that polluted, indeed in agriculture the CO2 equivalents are absorbed both by the soil and by vegetable and tree crops. This is not really secondary, did it take an emergency to understand these things? Maybe it would be useful to suggest this information also to the editorial staff of Report. Made in Tuscany is a value to be protected, the Carapelli experience (purchased by the Spanish multinational Doleo) must be a lesson for everyone. "

It's all very difficult - he continues stamps - but we must remember that apart from wine, horticulture and a little olive growing, for the rest we supply 10 to 20% of what is consumed in this region: cereals, meat, milk and more.

Here this morning there are many people but few farmers, maybe next time there will be even fewer. " - he concluded stamps