Germany: DBV expects special aid amounting to 1 billion euros

Germany's farmers need special aid of around € 1 billion due to the damage caused by the extreme drought and the heat wave. That said DBV President Joachim Ruckwied today the spark media group.
The aid should therefore be paid to farmers who have suffered harvest losses of 30% and more.
This year, stocks have suffered from drought and the continuing heat wave in much of Northern Europe.
"One billion euros would be desirable to compensate for the crop losses," said Rukwied.
Germany's Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner said on Sunday that she was worried about the crop losses on grain, potatoes, corn and sugar beet.
On Tuesday there will be a meeting of the federal and state authorities to discuss the situation and on Wednesday Minister of Agriculture Klöckner will report on the effects of the drought at the cabinet meeting.

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