European Fund for Rural Development established by EU Regulation n. 1306/2013

European Fund for Maritime and Fisheries Affairs established by Regulation 508/2014

Equivalent instrument
An alternative document to the Forest Management Plan (FMP), which guarantees the implementation of forestry operations financed in accordance with the principles of sustainable forest management (defined by the Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe in 1993)

Establishment on a newly established holding
Establishment on a farm from several transferor producers or from several farm files which individually do not meet the minimum objective requirement for access to the premium (PST = € 18,000. 00 for each newly established holding)

Establishment on an existing holding
Establishment on an agricultural holding originating from a single transferor producer and having the minimum objective access requirement (STP = € 18,000. 00 for each established producer), with reference to the company file of the same

European Innovation Partnership (EIP)
The European Innovation Partnership "Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability"; (PEI-AGRI) works to promote sustainable and competitive agriculture and forestry by promoting innovation (technological, organisational or social) in agriculture, forestry and rural areas and by encouraging actors at different institutional, geographical and sectoral levels to work together in order to create synergies and contribute to growth and development objectives through concrete projects. They constitute an EU-wide EIP network managed by the European Commission (DG Agriculture and Rural Development). EU Reg. 1305/2013 art. 55

Extraordinary pruning on monumental olive trees
Agronomic operation of management of the aerial plant part of the plant (canopy) to be carried out by shortening the branches with cuts of return and thinning of the tertiary branches and, possibly, secondary, unlike the ordinary pruning of production this allows the progressive downsizing of the canopy on trees often more than a hundred years old, characterized by excessive development in height