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Slow development from green bud to flowering could leave oilseed rape crops exposed to pollen beetle damage for a prolonged period this season.
MEPs say more research needs to be done on glyphosate following concerns it could be carcinogenic.
A new wheat breeding research centre will be opened at the University of Nottingham next week (April 11) by Jeanie Borlaug Laube.
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The French National Assembly, the lower house of the country’s parliament, has voted to ban use of all neonicotinoid insecticides as of September 1, 2018.
Britain’s horticulture sector is ‘weak’ and must be rebuilt in order to reduce the food trade gap and benefit public health, a report has found.
The results of an 18-month pilot project to move the current paper grain passport system online are to go to consultation to confirm whether it should be rolled out across the industry.
UK politicians and industry leaders have called on EU policymakers to adopt a science-based approach as efforts to restrict the use of glyphosate and neonicotinoids are stepped up.