An initiative was approved in the Uruguayan Senate, which modifies the Investment Promotion Law) to include as eligible investments those made to make pastures and other tools that guarantee biological activity in the soils of agricultural establishments.

Until now, the Investment Law Enforcement Commission (COMAP) only promoted investments in fixed assets, such as sheds, livestock work facilities, fences, investment in machinery (purchase of tractors, utility vehicles or other machinery) or investments related to irrigation. Investments in pastures, cover crops and other forage improvements will be included in the exemptions of the Income Tax and the Wealth Tax, as well as organic fertilization instruments, of biological incorporation into the soils that ensure the sustainability of the system.