Agriculture (Sugar Settlement Organization) Rules (Cap. 318). | Land Portal

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These Rules, made under the Agriculture Act, establish a Sugar Settlement Organization Board and sugar settlement schemes for the purpose of the control of cultivation and other operations in the areas concerned. The Settlement Fund Trustees appointed under section 167 of the Act shall be responsible for management of the scheme and may delegate the control of any scheme if they are satisfied that efficient and economic management will be maintained. The Trustees or their authorized agents shall carry out various farming operations unless they grant permission to a grower to carry out such operations. The Rules impose various conditions on growers for the cultivation of sugar cane, the preservation of the soil and other activities related to sound agricultural practice. All cane grown on a scheme shall be marketed through the Trustees.

Implements: Agriculture Act (Cap. 318). (2012)

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