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Minister Creed announces continued support for Social Farming under the Rural Innovation and Development...

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed TD has announced that his Department will continue to fund Social Farming in Ireland...

An Taoiseach acknowledges the vital contribution of Agriculture and horticulture to the Irish economy

400 delegates from across Ireland’s agri-food sector participated at a conference today to develop a collective vision for the agri-food sector to 2030. Minister...

Revised procedures for submitting applications for Phytosanitary Certificates

With effect from Wednesday 16th of October 2019 all applications for phytosanitary certificates for the purpose of exports of plant and plant produce originating...

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Appeals to Agri-food businesses: “Make this the...

The UK says it will “leave the EU in 90 days” - make sure that you are ready The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the...

Minister Creed welcomes the appointment of new Agriculture Attachés prior to departure to Irish...

Minister Creed welcomes the appointment of new Agriculture Attachés and wishes them success in their roles prior to departure to the Irish Embassy Network...
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DAFM Brexit – Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is a Phytosanitary Certificate? A: A Phytosanitary Certificate is a legal document issued by the NPPO (National Plant Protection Organisation) of the country of...

DAFM Brexit – Import Fees and Charges

The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) are obliged, under Article 13(d) of Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into...
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DAFM Brexit – Plant Health Legislation

Plant Health Law The import of Harmful Organisms from Third Countries on plant and plant products poses a serious threat to Ireland in terms of...
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DAFM Brexit – Wood Packaging Material

Wood packaging material such as pallets, crates and dunnage, that move between third countries is regulated under ISPM 15 (international standard for phytosanitary measure). ...

DAFM Brexit – Export Procedures (UK)

Only registered exporters may apply for phytosanitary certification of consignments of plant and plant produce to the UK. DAFM requires a minimum of 14 days...


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