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Code listCodeParent_valueEN_labelEN_definitionEN_descriptionDE_labelDE_definitionDE_description
AquacultureActivityValuegrownOut grown OutThe installation of a type used for keeping the organisms to increase the size of that organism by a natural proces
AquacultureActivityValuenursery nurseryThe installation of a type where young organisms are raised
AquacultureActivityValuehatchery hatcheryThe installation of a type to cultivate or breed large number of fish in an enclosed environment.
AquacultureActivityValueother otherAny other value not equal to one of the above listed values
AquacultureInstallationValueponds pondsA small lake , a natural bassin
AquacultureInstallationValuetanksAndRaceways tanks And RacewaysArtificial bassin with standing water or artificial channels with flow-through water system
AquacultureInstallationValueenclosuresAndPens enclosures And PensAn enclosed area of water in which fish and organisms are kept.
AquacultureInstallationValuecages cagesA structure made of mesh, bars or wires to contain and or protect fish
AquacultureInstallationValuerecirculationSystem recirculation SystemA basin equiped with a installation to reuse the water by filtering and cleaning the water.
AquacultureInstallationValueonBottom(ForMolluscs) on Bottom( For Molluscs)The growing of molluscs on the waterbottum.
AquacultureInstallationValueoffBottom(ForMolluscs) off Bottom( For Molluscs)The growing of molluscs off bottum , by use of devices hanging in the water.
AquacultureInstallationValueotherMethodes other MethodesAny other value not equal to one of the above listed values
HealthStatusValuedeclaredDeseaseFree declared Desease FreeThe feature is declared free of deseases
HealthStatusValueunderSurveillanceProgramme under Surveillance ProgrammeThe feature is under a surveillance program
HealthStatusValuenotKnownToBeInfected not Known To Be InfectedIt is unknown wether the feature is infected with a desease or not.
HealthStatusValueothers othersAny other value not equal to one of the above listed values
InstallationPartValueequipmentForRenewableEnergy equipment For Renewable EnergyEquipment to produce renewable energybiogas, windmill, hydropower installation
InstallationPartValueheatingInstallation heating InstallationInstallation for heating up an building or ConstructionInstallation for warming a greenhoude
InstallationPartValuewaterPump water PumpA technical device to move water
InstallationPartValuewatersource watersourceA natural feature or a technical device that delivers water
InstallationPartValuewatersourceGroundwaterWell watersource Groundwater WellA natural or artifical well that delivers water out of the groundwater aquifer.
InstallationPartValuewatersourceSurfaceWaterInlet watersource Surface Water InletA technicval device that delivers water out of a surface water system into a local watersystem
InstallationPartValuewatersourceCommonWaterSupplyNetworkTap watersource Common Water Supply Network TapA technicval device that delivers water out of a water pipe system into a local watersystem
InstallationPartValuepump pumpA technical device to to move liquids, gases or slurries
InstallationPartValueanimalTreatmentUnit animal Treatment UnitA technical device or system of devices in which animals can be collected and be treatedA cattle dip, a clow or hoof treatmentbox
InstallationPartValuepackingAndProcessingUnit packing And Processing UnitAn installation for packing and processing products
InstallationPartValueothers othersAny other value not equal to one of the above listed values
IrrigationMethodeValuesurfaceIrrigation surface IrrigationLeading the water along the ground, either by flooding the whole area or leading the water along small furrows between the crops, using gravity as a force.
IrrigationMethodeValuesprinklerIrrigation sprinkler IrrigationIrrigation the plants by propelling the water under high pressure as rain over the parcels.
IrrigationMethodeValuedropIrrigation drop IrrigationIrrigation the plants by placing the water low by the plants drop by drop or with micro sprinklers or by forming fog-like conditions.
LivestockSpeciesValue1_bovineAnimals 1_bovine Animalsbovine Animals
LivestockSpeciesValue1_1_bovineAnimalsCalves1_bovineAnimals1_1_bovine Animals Calvesbovine Animals Calves
LivestockSpeciesValue1_2_bovineAnimalsYoungCattle1_bovineAnimals1_2_bovine Animals Young Cattlebovine Animals Young Cattle
LivestockSpeciesValue1_3_bovineAnimalsHeifers1_bovineAnimals1_3_bovine Animals Heifersbovine Animals Heifers
LivestockSpeciesValue1_4_bovineAnimalsCows1_bovineAnimals1_4_bovine Animals Cowsbovine Animals Cows
LivestockSpeciesValue1_5_bovineAnimalsBulls1_bovineAnimals1_5_bovine Animals Bullsbovine Animals Bulls
LivestockSpeciesValue1_6_bovineAnimalsBullocks1_bovineAnimals1_6_bovine Animals Bullocksbovine Animals Bullocks
LivestockSpeciesValue1_7_bovineAnimalsBuffalos1_bovineAnimals1_7_bovine Animals Buffalosbovine Animals Buffalos
LivestockSpeciesValue2_pigs 2_pigspigs
LivestockSpeciesValue2_1_pigsPigglets<20kg2_pigs2_1_pigs Pigglets<20kgpigs Pigglets<20kg
LivestockSpeciesValue2_2_pigsPigglets20-50kg2_pigs2_2_pigs Pigglets20-50kgpigs Pigglets20-50kg
LivestockSpeciesValue2_3_pigsFatteningPigs2_pigs2_3_pigs Fattening Pigspigs Fattening Pigs
LivestockSpeciesValue2_4_pigsBreedingPigs>50kg2_pigs2_4_pigs Breeding Pigs>50kgpigs Breeding Pigs>50kg
LivestockSpeciesValue3_sheep 3_sheepsheep
LivestockSpeciesValue3_1_sheepEwes3_sheep3_1_sheep Ewessheep Ewes
LivestockSpeciesValue3_2_sheepOther3_sheep3_2_sheep Othersheep Other
LivestockSpeciesValue4_goats 4_goatsgoats
LivestockSpeciesValue4_1_goatsKiddedOrMated4_goats4_1_goats Kidded Or Matedgoats Kidded Or Mated
LivestockSpeciesValue4_2_goatsOthers4_goats4_2_goats Othersgoats Others
LivestockSpeciesValue5_poultry 5_poultrypoultry
LivestockSpeciesValue5_1_poultryChickens5_poultry5_1_poultry Chickenspoultry Chickens
LivestockSpeciesValue5_1_1_poultryBroilers5_1_poultryChickens5_1_1_poultry Broilerspoultry Broilers
LivestockSpeciesValue5_1_2_poultryBreedingHens5_1_poultryChickens5_1_2_poultry Breeding Henspoultry Breeding Hens
LivestockSpeciesValue5_1_3_poultryLayingHens5_1_poultryChickens5_1_3_poultry Laying Henspoultry Laying Hens
LivestockSpeciesValue5_2_poultryTurkeys5_poultry5_2_poultry Turkeyspoultry Turkeys
LivestockSpeciesValue5_3_poultryDucks5_poultry5_3_poultry Duckspoultry Ducks
LivestockSpeciesValue6_others 6_othersothers
PlotActivityValue2_01_01 2_01_01_Cereals for the production of grain (including seed)2_01_07_Fresh vegetables, melons and strawberries of which:
PlotActivityValue2_01_01_01 2_01_01_01_Common wheat and spelt2_01_08_Flowers and ornamental plants (excluding nurseries)
PlotActivityValue2_01_01_02 2_01_01_02_Durum wheat2_06_Mushrooms, energy crops and genetically modified crops
PlotActivityValue2_01_01_03 2_01_01_03_RyeSecale cereale L., including mixtures of rye and other cereals sown in the autumn (maslin).
PlotActivityValue2_01_01_04 2_01_01_04_BarleyHordeum vulgare L.
PlotActivityValue2_01_01_05 2_01_01_05_OatsAvena sativa L., including mixtures of oats and other cereals sown in the spring.
PlotActivityValue2_01_01_06 2_01_01_06_Grain maizeMaize (Zea mays L.) harvested for grain.
PlotActivityValue2_01_01_07 2_01_01_07_RiceOryza sativa L.
PlotActivityValue2_01_01_99 2_01_01_99_Other cereals for the production of grainCereals sown in pure crops, harvested dry for grain, and that are not recorded elsewhere under the previous items.
PlotActivityValue2_01_02 2_01_02_Dried pulses and protein crops for the production of grain (including seed and mixtures of cereals and pulses)Crops sown and harvested mainly for their protein content.All areas of dried pulses and protein crops harvested dry for grain, regardless of use, shall be recorded here (including crops used for renewable energy production).
PlotActivityValue2_01_02_01 2_01_02_01_Dried pulses and protein crops of which peas, field beans and sweet lupinsPisum sativum L., Vicia faba L., Lupinus spp., sown in pure crops, harvested dry for grain.
PlotActivityValue2_01_03 2_01_03_Potatoes (including early potatoes and seed potatoes)Solanum tuberosum L.
PlotActivityValue2_01_04 2_01_04_Sugar beet (excluding seed)Beta vulgaris L. intended for the sugar industry and alcohol production (including energy production).
PlotActivityValue2_01_05 2_01_05_Fodder roots and brassicas (excluding seed)Fodder beet (Beta vulgaris L.) and plants of the Brassicae family harvested mainly for animal feed, regardless whether it is the root or the stem, and other plants cultivated mainly for their roots for fodder, not mentioned elsewhere.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06 2_01_06_Industrial cropsCrops that are normally not sold directly for consumption because they need to be industrially processed prior to final use.All harvested areas of industrial crops, regardless of use, shall be recorded here (including crops used for renewable energy production).
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_01 2_01_06_01_TobaccoNicotiana tabacum L.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_02 2_01_06_02_HopsHumulus lupulus L.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_03 2_01_06_03_CottonGossypium spp., harvested for fibre as well as for oil-seeds.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_04 2_01_06_04_Rape and turnip rapeBrassica napus L. (partim) and Brassica rapa L. var. sylvestris (Lam.) Briggs, grown for the production of oil, harvested as dry grains.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_05 2_01_06_05_SunflowerHelianthus annuus L., harvested as dry grains.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_06 2_01_06_06_SoyaGlycine max L. Merril, harvested as dry grains.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_07 2_01_06_07_Linseed (oil flax)Linum usitatissimum L., varieties grown mainly for producing oil, harvested as dry grains.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_08 2_01_06_08_Other oil seed cropsOther crops grown mainly for their oil content, harvested as dry grains, which are not mentioned elsewhere.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_09 2_01_06_09_FlaxLinum usitatissimum L., varieties grown mainly for producing fibre.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_10 2_01_06_10_HempCannabis sativa L.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_11 2_01_06_11_Other fibre cropsOther plants grown mainly for their fibre content, not mentioned elsewhere.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_12 2_01_06_12_Aromatic plants, medicinal and culinary plantsPlants or parts of plants for pharmaceutical purposes, perfume manufacture or human consumption.Culinary plants are distinguished from vegetables in that they are used in small amounts and provide flavour rather than substance to food.
PlotActivityValue2_01_06_99 2_01_06_99_Other industrial crops not mentioned elsewhereOther industrial crops that have not been mentioned elsewhere.Areas of crops used exclusively for renewable energy production are included.
PlotActivityValue2_01_07 2_01_07_Fresh vegetables, melons and strawberries of which:Fresh vegetables, melons and strawberries
PlotActivityValue2_01_07_01 2_01_07_01_Outdoor or under low (not accessible) protective coverFresh vegetables, melons and strawberries, outdoor or under low (non-accessible) cover.
PlotActivityValue2_01_07_01_01 2_01_07_01_01_Open fieldFresh vegetables, melons and strawberries grown on arable land in rotation with other agricultural crops.
PlotActivityValue2_01_07_01_02 2_01_07_01_02_Market gardeningFresh vegetables, melons and strawberries grown on arable land in rotation with other horticultural crops.
PlotActivityValue2_01_07_02 2_01_07_02_Under glass or other (accessible) protective coverCrops, which for the whole of their period of growth or for the predominant part of it are covered by greenhouses or fixed or mobile high cover (glass or rigid or flexible plastic).
PlotActivityValue2_01_08 2_01_08_Flowers and ornamental plants (excluding nurseries)Flowers and ornamental plants (excluding nurseries)
PlotActivityValue2_01_08_01 2_01_08_01_Outdoor or under low (not accessible) protective coverFlowers and ornamental plants (excluding nurseries), outdoor or under low (not accessible) protective cover.
PlotActivityValue2_01_08_02 2_01_08_02_Under glass or other (accessible) protective coverFlowers and ornamental plants (excluding nurseries), which for the whole of their period of growth or for the predominant part of it are covered by greenhouses or fixed or mobile high cover (glass or rigid or flexible plastic).
PlotActivityValue2_01_09 2_01_09_Plants harvested greenAll ‘green’ arable crops intended mainly for animal feed, grown in rotation with other crops and occupying the same parcel for less than five years (annual or multiannual fodder crops).Green crops used for renewable energy production are included. Crops not used on the holding but sold, either for direct use on other agricultural holdings or to industry, are included.
PlotActivityValue2_01_09_01 2_01_09_01_Temporary grassGrass plants for grazing, hay or silage included as a part of a normal crop rotation, lasting at least one crop year and less than five years, sown with grass or grass mixtures. The areas are broken up by ploughing or other tilling or the plants are destroyed by other means such as by herbicides before they are sown again.Mixtures of predominantly grass plants and other forage crops (usually leguminous), grazed, harvested green or as dried hay are included here.
PlotActivityValue2_01_09_02 2_01_09_02_Other plants harvested greenOther annual or multiannual (less than five years) fodder crops.
PlotActivityValue2_01_09_02_01 2_01_09_02_01_Green maizeAll forms of maize (Zea mays L.) grown mainly for silage, which is not harvested for grain (whole cob, parts of or whole plant).This includes green maize directly consumed by animals (without silage) and whole cobs (grain, rachis, husk) harvested for feedstuff or silage as well as for renewable energy production.
PlotActivityValue2_01_09_02_02 2_01_09_02_02_Leguminous plantsLeguminous plants grown and harvested green as the whole plant mainly for forage.Mixtures of predominantly leguminous (normally > 80 %) forage crops and grass plants, harvested green or as dried hay are included here.
PlotActivityValue2_01_09_02_99 2_01_09_02_99_Other plants harvested green not mentioned elsewhereOther arable crops intended mainly for animal fodder, harvested green, not mentioned elsewhere.
PlotActivityValue2_01_10 2_01_10_Arable land seed and seedlingsAreas producing seeds and seedlings for sale, excluding cereals, rice, pulses, potatoes and oil seeds.
PlotActivityValue2_01_11 2_01_11_Other arable land cropsArable crops not included elsewhere.
PlotActivityValue2_01_12 2_01_12_Fallow landAll arable land included in the crop rotation system, whether worked or not, but with no intention to produce a harvest for the duration of a crop year.The essential characteristic of fallow land is that it is left to recover, normally for the whole of a crop year. Fallow land may be: 1. bare land bearing no crops at all; 2. land with spontaneous natural growth, which may be used as feed or ploughed in; 3. land sown exclusively for the production of green manure (green fallow).
PlotActivityValue2_02 2_02_Kitchen gardensAreas devoted to the cultivation of agricultural products intended for self-consumption by the holder and his household, normally separated off from the rest of the agricultural land, and recognisable as kitchen gardens.Only occasional surplus products coming from this area are sold off from the holding. All areas from which products are consistently sold on the market belong under other items, even if part of the production is consumed by the holder and his household.
PlotActivityValue2_03 2_03_Permanent grasslandLand used permanently (for five years or more) to grow herbaceous forage crops, through cultivation (sown) or naturally (self-seeded), and that is not included in the crop rotation on the holding.The land can be used for grazing or mown for silage, hay or used for renewable energy production.
PlotActivityValue2_03_01 2_03_01_Permanent grassland Pasture and meadow, excluding rough grazingsPermanent pasture on good or medium quality soils. These areas can normally be used for intensive grazing.
PlotActivityValue2_03_02 2_03_02_Permanent grassland Rough grazingsLow yielding permanent grassland, usually on low quality soil, for example on hilly land and at high altitudes, usually unimproved by fertiliser, cultivation, reseeding or drainage.These areas can normally be used only for extensive grazing and are not normally mown or are mown in an extensive manner; they cannot support a large density of animals.
PlotActivityValue2_03_03 2_03_03_Permanent grassland no longer used for production purposes and eligible for the payment of subsidiesAreas of permanent grassland and meadows no longer used for production purposes which, in line with Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 or, where applicable, the most recent legislation, are maintained in good agricultural and environmental condition and are eligible for financial support.
PlotActivityValue2_04 2_04_Permanent cropsCrops not grown in rotation, other than permanent grassland, which occupy the soil for a long period and yield crops over several years.
PlotActivityValue2_04_01 2_04_01_Fruit and berry plantationsAreas containing trees, bushes and perennial berry plants other than strawberries for the production of fruit. Orchards may be of the continuous type with minimum spacing between trees or of the non-continuous type with wide spacing.
PlotActivityValue2_04_01_01 2_04_01_01_Fruit species, of which:Fruit tree plantations which are traditionally cropped for producing fruits.
PlotActivityValue2_04_01_01_01 2_04_01_01_01_Fruit of temperate climate zonesFruit tree plantations which are traditionally cropped in temperate climates for producing fruits.
PlotActivityValue2_04_01_01_02 2_04_01_01_02_Fruit of subtropical climate zonesFruit tree plantations which are traditionally cropped in subtropical climates for producing fruits.
PlotActivityValue2_04_01_02 2_04_01_02_Berry speciesBerry plantations which are traditionally cropped both in temperate and subtropical climates for producing berries.
PlotActivityValue2_04_01_03 2_04_01_03_NutsNut tree plantations which are traditionally cropped in temperate and subtropical climates.
PlotActivityValue2_04_02 2_04_02_Citrus plantationsPlantations of Citrus spp.
PlotActivityValue2_04_03 2_04_03_Olive plantationsPlantations of Olea europea L.
PlotActivityValue2_04_03_01 2_04_03_01_Normally producing table olivesPlantations of varieties normally grown for producing table olives.
PlotActivityValue2_04_03_02 2_04_03_02_/Normally producing olives for oil productionPlantations of varieties normally grown for producing olive oil.
PlotActivityValue2_04_04 2_04_04_Vineyards, of which normally producing:Plantations of Vitis vinifera L_
PlotActivityValue2_04_04_01 2_04_04_01_Quality wineGrape varieties normally grown for the production of wines with a protected designation of origin (PDO) which comply with the requirements (i) of Council Regulation (EC) No 479/2008(1) or, where applicable, the most recent legislation; and (ii) the corresponding national rules.Grape varieties normally grown for the production of wines with a protected geographical indication (PGI) which comply with the requirements (i) of Regulation (EC) No 479/2008 or, where applicable, the most recent legislation; and (ii) the corresponding national rules.
PlotActivityValue2_04_04_02 2_04_04_02_Other winesGrape varieties normally grown for the production of wines other than PDO and PGI wines.
PlotActivityValue2_04_04_03 2_04_04_03_Table grapesGrape varieties normally grown for the production of fresh grapes.
PlotActivityValue2_04_04_04 2_04_04_04_RaisinsGrape varieties normally grown for the production of raisins.
PlotActivityValue2_04_05 2_04_05_NurseriesAreas of young ligneous (woody) plants grown in the open air for subsequent transplantation:(a) vine and root-stock nurseries; (b) fruit tree and berries nurseries; (c) ornamental nurseries; (d) commercial nurseries of forest trees (excluding those for the holding’s own requirements grown within woodland); (e) trees and bushes for planting in gardens, parks, at the roadside and on embankments (e.g. hedgerow plants, rose trees and other ornamental bushes, ornamental conifers), including in all cases their stocks and young seedlings.
PlotActivityValue2_04_06 2_04_06_Other permanent cropsOpen-air permanent crops other than those under the previous heading and in particular those used for plaiting or weaving, harvested generally every year.
PlotActivityValue2_04_06_01 2_04_06_01_Other permanent crops of which Christmas trees(1)Trees planted for commercial purposes as Christmas trees on the utilised agricultural area.
PlotActivityValue2_04_07 2_04_07_Permanent crops under glassPermanent crops under glass
PlotActivityValue2_06 2_06_Mushrooms, energy crops and genetically modified cropsMushrooms, energy crops and genetically modified crops
PlotActivityValue2_06_01 2_06_01_MushroomsCultivated mushrooms grown in buildings which have been specially erected or adapted for growing mushrooms, as well as in underground premises, caves and cellars.
PlotActivityValue2_06_03 2_06_03_Energy crops (for the production of biofuels or other renewable energy)The production area of energy crops benefiting from the following support schemes under Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003:
PlotActivityValue2_06_03_01 2_06_03_01_Energy crops of which on set-aside areaThe production area of energy crops benefiting of the payment linked to set-aside entitlement when production takes place on set-aside area (Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003, Article 55 or 56)
PlotActivityValue2_06_04 2_06_04_Genetically modified crops‘Genetically modified crops (GMC)’ mean any organism as defined in Article 2 of Council Directive 2001/18/EC(1) OJ L 106, 17.4.2001, p. 1. (1) or, where applicable, the most recent legislation.
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1 1_animal HousingA building to keep or to give shelter to animals
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue2 2_storageA building to store products
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue2_122_1_product StorageA building to store agriculural products, harvested products, animal feed.
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue2_222_2_supplyStorageA building to store other products used in agri and aquaculture like chemicals, or fertilizers
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue2_322_3_fuel TankA tank to store fuel
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue2_422_4_water TankA tank to store water
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue3 3_manure Storage And Treatment FacilityA building to store and or treat manure
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue3_133_1_manure Silo Solid DugA silo to store solid dug
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue3_233_2_manure Silo Liquid Manurea silo to store liquid manure
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue3_333_3_manure Silo SlurryA silo to store slurry
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue4 4_equipment GarageA building to park agriculure equipmetn and machinery
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue5 5_technical InstallationA building for technical installations
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue6 6_mushroomsA building where mushrooms are grown
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue7 7_greenhouseA building in which plants are grown (except mushrooms)
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue8 8_shedA simple single story building , to provide shelter to animals, or to tore equipmetn or products.
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue9 9_otherAny other value not equal to one of the above listed values
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1_211_2_animal Housing Cattleanimal housing cattle
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1_2_11_21_2_1_animal Housing Cattle Stancion Tied Stable- With Solid Dung And Liquid Manureanimal housing cattle stancion tied stable- with solid dung and liquid manure
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1_2_21_21_2_2_animal Housing Cattle Stancion Tied Stable- With Slurryanimal housing cattle stancion tied stable- with slurry
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1_2_31_21_2_3_animal Housing Cattle Loose Housing- With Solid Dung And Liquid Manureanimal housing cattle loose housing- with solid dung and liquid manure
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1_2_41_21_2_4_animal Housing Cattle Loose Housing- With Slurryanimal housing cattle loose housing- with slurry
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1_311_3_animal Housing Piggsanimal housing piggs
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1_3_11_31_3_1_animal Housing Piggs On Partially Slatted Floorsanimal housing piggs on partially slatted floors
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1_3_11_31_3_1_animal Housing Piggs On Completely Slatted Floorsanimal housing piggs on completely slatted floors
TypeOfAgriBuildingValue1_3_21_31_3_2_animal Housing Piggs On Straw- Bedsanimal housing piggs on straw- beds

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