Agrochemical regulation post-Brexit can benefit food production, trade and the environment, says BCPC

Real benefits could come from Brexit for UK food production by maximising science-based, proportionate decision-making, whilst achieving harmonisation with global authorities to facilitate trade within and outside the EU, Dr Colin Ruscoe, president of the British Crop Production Council (BCPC), has told the Oxford Farming Conference.

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