NFU tells farming task force that chemical regulations put the UK at disadvantage

The way in which the UK's Chemical Regulation Directorate (CRD) determines pesticide re-entry periods - the time that crops must be left alone after treatment to avoid workers being exposed to harmful chemicals - is one of the main burdens faced by UK growers, the NFU has said.

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