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France implements ban on neonicotinoid use in farming

Restrictions aim at protecting bee populations

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France has outlawed the use of five neonicotinoid pesticides, making the country go further than the upcoming EU-wide restrictions on the substances. But farmers fear a lack of viable alternatives to protect their crops from damaging insects.


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