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The “biggest problem by far” facing the EU’s apiculture sector is the spread of fake honey in the internal market, MEP Norbert Erdős has said, urging the European Commission and member states to tackle the issue.
The European Commission has notified the World Trade Organisation (WTO) of its draft decisions extend the ban on three neonicotinoid pesticides to all outdoor uses.
Recent heat waves and low levels of rainfall have badly hit winter and summer crop development in various parts of southern Europe.
Monsanto has asked a California court to revive a lawsuit challenging the state's decision to add glyphosate to the Proposition 65 list of chemicals known to cause cancer, arguing the move is unconstitutional.
Two European Commission reports, one on member states’ systems for authorising pesticides and one on their control and marketing and use, have found a number of issues which “need improving”
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