50.3.1. Despite the first paragraph of section 50.3, crop cultivation to which the prohibition applies is permitted before the planting of land intended for crop cultivation to which the prohibition does not apply or between 2 production cycles on a parcel used for crop cultivation to which the prohibition does not apply for a maximum period of 24 months, on the following conditions:
(a) an agrologist recommends it in writing to the person who cultivates the parcel or land;
(b) the agrologist’s recommendation shows that the chosen crop will allow to solve a phytosanitary problem affecting the parcel or will improve the physicochemical and biological properties of the soil of the parcel or, before its planting, of the land concerned;
(c) the agrologist’s recommendation specifies the area in hectares of the chosen crop, its duration and the designation of the parcel or land.
The recommendation must be kept by the person who cultivates the parcel or land for a minimum of 5 years from the date of signature by the agrologist or be attached to the agro-environmental fertilization plan where the person is required to establish an agro-environmental fertilization plan under section 22. The person who cultivates the parcel or land must provide a copy of that recommendation to the Minister on request within the time indicated by the Minister.