Scottish Government Greening Guidance

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Scottish Government Greening Guidance

Scottish Government has published its Greening guidance for 2017 available at: https://www.ruralpayments.org/publicsite/futures/topics/all-schemes/basic-payment-scheme/greening-guidance

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