Wildlife Trusts ‘delighted’ by Defra U-turn on neonicotinoids

The Wildlife Trusts has said that it is delighted that the Government will not be granting an emergency authorisation for the use of a banned neonicotinoid on sugar beet this year.

by Dan Symonds
Neonicotinoids pose a risk to bees and wild pollinators - credit: Pixabay
Neonicotinoids pose a risk to bees and wild pollinators - credit: Pixabay

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