Yesterday Wednesday the Board of Agriculture of the Bullas City Council was convened, chaired by the Councilor for Agriculture, Agustín Vicente Madrid and Councilor Juan Valera as vice-president. As members of said table and attending the call, representatives from: The Bodegas de San Isidro, COAG, the Irrigation Communities of Pozo-Atalayas, Cañada de los Olmos, Pozo del Sastre, Irrigators of La Fuente de La Copa and Casa Don attended.
Pedro and Inheritance of the Fuente del Molinar.
On the part of the political parties, the councilor for Citizens, Francisco Espín and the two councilors of the PSOE, members of the Government Team, attended. The points treated were: 1.
Approval of the minutes of the previous meeting. 2.
Information on the proposed Ordinance on the discharge of slurry, sludge and manure. 3.
Information on agricultural burning in the Region of Murcia. 4.
Requests and questions. The most debated point was the second of the topics discussed and which will also be taken to the July Ordinary Plenary. The councilors reported on this ordinance, creating an enriching debate, reaching unanimity with the vote in favor of all the representatives of said table. The purpose of this Ordinance is to regulate the storage, transport, dumping and distribution, on the rustic farms, of slurry and other waste.
With this, it is intended to support the model of sustainable economic growth in the rural environment of the municipality of Bullas. On the third point, that of burning in the Region of Murcia, there are many doubts in this regard and a prompt solution is expected from the Autonomous Administration, especially for the small farmer who does not have sufficient financial means to purchase of machinery for shredding pruning. At the fourth point of the meeting, finally, he realized the concern of farmers about the sustainability of the vine and other agricultural products, where it is increasingly difficult to maintain the profession of agriculture.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Bullas