Farmers are being given an extra amount of money for the pesticide that is needed to keep them healthy, according to a report.
The National Farmers Union (NFU) is asking farmers to buy a certain amount of pesticide for their crops every year.
It says this will be the equivalent of the cost that they would pay for every kilogram of their crop to be sprayed with a particular pesticide.
It estimates the cost to the farmer would be between $1 and $2.2 million.
Farmers are also being asked to pay a levy on the crop and pay a fee to the State Government for this, with an additional $1 for each kilogram added to the crop.
Farmers and growers who don’t meet the target are being asked for a rebate on their total cost of the pesticide.
The National Farmers’ Union says farmers are being told they must buy the extra pesticide for every single kilogram sprayed and it will be paid for by the state.
Farmers will be able to purchase the pesticide in bulk at farmers markets, with prices being determined by the amount of pesticides that farmers are purchasing.
There are other incentives, too, for farmers.
They will be offered an extra discount on the purchase of their own crops, a discount of 10 per cent on the price of their next crop of cotton, and a 10 per