SOME CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE ROMANIAN VEGETABLE SECTOR AFTER ACCESSION TO THE EUROPEAN UNION

Journal Title: Current Trends in Natural Sciences - Year 2017, Vol 6, Issue 11

Abstract

Vegetable growing as an important branch of horticulture ensure agricultural food products with relatively low content in calories, nutrient rich and contain fibre in order to promote health and well-being. The aim of this paper is to provide for the scientists, researchers, and farmers a detailed picture for Romanian vegetables sector in order to increase the performance of vegetables holdings. In order to improve vegetable yield and quality, and the competiveness of vegetables farms, investments in farms and attraction of funds represent important measures for management of vegetable production. Romania has a strong tradition of family farms. In Romania is an important potential for the production of vegetables in the field, and organic vegetables production, due mainly to the high natural fertility of soils, traditions for vegetables growing, and the diversity of the climate. In the field of agriculture, new institutions have been set up and many financial instruments have been introduced for the development of the agricultural sector and for the improvement of the conditions in the rural areas. Currently, agriculture is supported by payment instruments from the national budget and European funds. In recent years, the amount of vegetables and the value of exports have an upward trend, while the quantity and value of vegetable imports has a downward trend.

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Gheorghe Cristian Popescu

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Gheorghe Cristian Popescu (2017). SOME CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE ROMANIAN VEGETABLE SECTOR AFTER ACCESSION TO THE EUROPEAN UNION. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 6(11), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-25125