Crop Protection Association makes neonicotinoid plea, one year on from introduction of moratorium

One year on from the introduction by the EU of a two-year moratorium on the use of neonicotinoid insecticides, the Crop Protection Association (CPA) has called for scientific evidence to be placed higher up the agenda in EU policy-making decisions alongside a move to a risk-based approach to regulation.

by Matthew Appleby
Nick von Westerholz
Nick von Westerholz

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