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22 hours ago, Piethagoram said:


Classic example of somebody spouting off and not divulging all the facts! Maybe she should actually look at what the EU countries that grow sugar beet are doing before commentating, but then that does not fit the agenda. Ten EU countries have also approved the emergency use of Thiamethoxam, not just us.

Which then opens up the can of worms about the amount of times EU countries have approved neonicotinoid emergency use in the last two years, Belgium (ironically) being the worst offenders. Why do you think that you don't see so much Oil Seed Rape in the fields nowadays, it is because of pests so UK farmers are turning their back on the crop because they have played by the rules and can't control them, whilst other countries just grant an "emergency authorisation" for pesticide use.



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