By Hugh D. Clout (auth.)
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In the second, collectivisation covers working the land and the use of animals, farm implements and other assets; livestock remains private property. The third type is based on the full collectivisation of all agricultural activities, property and livestock. Hungarian collectiveS have perhaps the most distinctive features in Eastern Europe. The most important is their economic independence. The farms have no obligatory plan or compulsory state delivery, being able to sell products as they wish.
Instead the Community would pay at least 80 per cent of afforestation costs. Land tax on property newly turned over to timber or recreation should be refunded for at least nine years. Fifth, advice and training should be made available more readily for those who chose to remain in the Community's modernised farming sector and also for those who decided to retrain for other jobs. Encouragement should be given for establishing co-operatives and producer groups to increase further the scale of farming activities.
Some 130,000 ha have been irrigated and forty settlements established. Newly installed farmers have been trained in irrigation and modem farming techniques. The agricultural programme has been co-ordinated with schemes for afforestation and for the introduction of industrial employment. If such schemes are to be effective, a serious appraisal of land 46 potential has to be made so that appropriate solutions for future agricultural or alternative uses may be determined. In Sweden, for example, land is classified according to its most likely long-run use.