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Know for yourself and tell your grandmothers: they are now fined for bindweed in their dachas. Growing this flower is a crime

Know for yourself and tell your grandmothers: they are now fined for bindweed in their dachas. Growing this flower is a crime

CrimeaPRESS reports:

In 2024, reminds, new fines and laws have appeared that affect dacha owners. We’ll tell you what you shouldn’t grow on your property and how to properly manage your country property.

1. Fine for morning glory tricolor (convolvulus)

This new fine was introduced in February 2024. Morning glory was included in the list of plants that contain psychotropic substances or their precursors (substances that are needed for the manufacture of prohibited substances). Therefore, the punishment for growing it is very severe:

  • if up to 10 morning glory flowers are found on the plot — a fine of up to 300 thousand rubles or the amount of the plot owner’s salary for two years;
  • if 10 or more flowers are grown, the fine is replaced by actual imprisonment for up to two years;
  • Growing 100 or more flowers is considered especially large — this is a crime punishable by up to eight years in prison.

It is also prohibited to grow chamomile, mint, dandelion and all varieties of ragweed in summer cottages, as these are strong allergens. For growing these plants, individuals are subject to a fine of 300–500 rubles. However, it is important to understand that, unlike morning glory, we are not talking about several flowers here. If a couple of weeds in the form of these plants are found in the garden, you will not be fined. Fines are imposed in case of large-scale disembarkation. Or if they haven’t been weeded for so long that the whole garden is overgrown with them.

2. Fine for improper storage of fertilizers

Improper storage of mineral fertilizers on the site can be interpreted as causing harm to the environment. And non-compliance with requirements in the field of environmental protection is regulated by Article 8.2 of the Code of Administrative Violations of the Russian Federation. The fine for individuals is 2000–3000 rubles.

Fertilizers can harm the environment if they get into the air, soil or water. To prevent this from happening, inorganic fertilizers should only be stored indoors, as indicated in the instructions. And organic fertilizers (for example, manure or humus) can be stored outside, but always in a hole isolated from other soil with water-repellent materials. And covered on top.

3. New rules for submitting data for calculating land tax

From January 1, 2024, when submitting a notification to calculate land tax to the tax service, you must indicate the area of ​​all buildings on the site and their cadastral or inventory number. Both residential and non-residential buildings are taken into account.

And also, if a country house was destroyed by a fire or other natural disaster, from 2024 its owner will not have to submit information about this to the tax service. Information about this will be sent to the Federal Tax Service automatically, and property taxes will no longer be charged.

4. Registration of information about land plots on the borders of settlements

The dacha plot is determined by cadastral boundaries. Since February 2024, changes to the town planning code of the Russian Federation have come into force. According to these amendments, Rosreestr can enter information about land plots into the Unified State Register of Real Estate when their boundaries intersect with the boundaries of a populated area. Now crossing the boundaries of land plots will not be an obstacle to establishing the boundaries of settlements, territorial zones and entering information about them into the Unified State Register of Real Estate.

Here are more fines for summer residents, which continue to apply this year. Let’s list them briefly:

  • for violating fire safety rules at a summer cottage, a fine of 2000–3000 rubles and 5000 rubles plus the amount of damage if something caught fire is imposed, according to Article 20.4 of the Administrative Code;
  • for dumping garbage on the site — a fine of 1000–2000 rubles, according to Article 8.2 of the Administrative Code;
  • for using the site for other than its intended purpose — 10–20 thousand rubles, according to Article 8.8 of the Administrative Code;
  • for growing hogweed on a plot — a fine of at least 500 rubles, and in the Moscow region — 5000 rubles, according to Article 8.8 of the Administrative Code;
  • for washing a car on site — 3-5 thousand rubles, according to regional legislation.


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