PRE-AGRIRES 2C - Joint research programmes (EEC) and programmes for coordinating agricultural research, 1979-1983
From 1979-01-01 to 1983-12-31| See all projects funded under this programme / topic
Previous programmePRE-AGRIRES 1C
Successor programmeFP1-AGRIRES 3C
Programme fundingEUR 18,6 million
Official Journal ReferenceL 316 of 1978-11-10
Legislative Reference78/902/EEC of 1978-10-30
To promote specific measures for the coordination of national research activities so as to allow rational organization of means employed, efficient use of results and the orientation of such work towards the aims of the common agricultural policy, as well as the implementation of joint projects designed to second or supplement work undertaken in the Member States in fields which are of particular importance to the Community.
AbstractCouncil Regulation (EEC) No 1728/74 of 27.6.1974 (Official Journal No L 182 of 5.7.1974) on the coordination of agricultural research, provided for coordination at Community level of national agricultural research activities, in order to contribute towards attaining the objectives of the common agricultural policy.
SubdivisionFour fields and ten programmes:
- Socio-structural objectives:
. Programme for the appropriate use of land and rural development;
. Programme on Mediterranean agriculture;
. Programme on agricultural waste and the effluent of intensive stock rearing;
- Elimination of barriers on the intra-Community agricultural markets:
. Programme on animal pathology;
- Production efficiency:
. Programme to improve the productivity of Community beef herds;
. Programme on integrated and biological pest control;
. Programme on ways of improving plant resistance to disease and environmental pressures;
. Programme on primary processing of agricultural products;
. Programme on elm disease;
- Alternative products (Increase of market value of fodder production)
. Programme for improved production of vegetable proteins.
ImplementationThe Commission was responsible for the implementation of the programme by means of coordination activities and shared-cost contracts.
Record Number: 144 / Last updated on: 2014-03-05