株洲翻译公司关键字："Food Security Act", when the goal is to set-aside 45 million acres of arable land. 1996, "Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act" to extend the program and plan to 2002, 36.4 million acres of land fallow to protect.
Under the program, farmers can voluntarily apply for long-term contracts signed with the Government, or those prone to soil erosion of arable land with other ecological sensitive to grass or forest land, for 10 - 15 years. The purpose of this policy is to reduce soil erosion, increase habitat for fish and animals, improve water quality, soil conservation, improvement of farmers' landscape. One is to enter the plan of the land fallow, growing out of food, the second is green vegetation to take measures, including planting perennial grasses, leguminous grasses, shrubs or trees.Approval way: According to the regional Farm Service Agency's notice, the farmers can apply, the application is also equivalent to the tender, the application should make protection of farmers to fallow land per acre asking price. Local Farm Service Agency in the receipt of the application of 7 - 90 days to respond. County Farm Bureau to advertise local farmers fallow land for every acre protected program access to the subsidy. Local Farm Bureau and State Farm Bureau to study applications of all bids, to study its feasibility and rental asking price. The amount of subsidy for each farmer between $ in 50-50000, the national average of $ 5,000.1996 years ago, the U.S. government to encourage farmers to idle part of the land, in order to protect the price cut. In 1996, the U.S. government adjusted its implementation of the land fallow for several decades rotation policy in favor of the cultivation area of ??deregulation, in fact, support the farmers to expand cultivation area, and rely on its huge financial support for agriculture to continue to corresponding to a variety of subsidies to expand production, and thus to expand exports, thus affecting the world price of grain and other major agricultural products. Since 1998, the United States' freedom farming Act "came into force, but desire to be self-reliant farmers getting smaller and smaller,