Hartfield takes senior role at new NFU plant health unit

Dr Chris Hartfield is now senior regulatory affairs adviser in a new NFU plant health unit.

He will be focussing on the regulatory processes and their implications for availability and use of plant protection products and the associated relationships with UK regulatory authorities, EU institutions and international regimes. As part of this, he will continue to the be the NFU lead on issues around bee health and pollinators.

Hayley Campbell-Gibbons has returned from maternity leave as chief horticulture adviser, with Amy Gray continuing her role in the department.


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