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Sustainable pesticide use 'should be linked to CAP direct payments', and total residue levels checked

National quotas and conditionality tied to direct payments should be enforced

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The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) should underpin a farming model where pesticide residues are monitored and their use is made sustainable, a scholar told the Parliament Pesticide Committee.

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