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Viewpoint & Interview
Date：Feb. 7, 2019 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Scientists and farmers have warned of the “barrier to innovation” facing British farming following the European Court of Justice’s ruling on gene editing, bu...
Date：Jan. 22, 2019 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Integrated pest management (IPM) will play an 'increasing role' in UK crop production post-Brexit and agronomists are leading the way in its implementation on f...
Date：Dec. 10, 2018 Category：Products
Conservative MEPs have condemned EU moves to re-open the decision to licence glyphosate as "politically motivated".
Date：Dec. 7, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Michael Gove has said that British scientists and farmers could “lead the way” on gene editing after the UK leaves the EU.
Date：Jul. 4, 2018 Category：Products
Approval has been confirmed for British producers to export potatoes to Kenya, where the crop is the second most important after maize.
Date：May. 28, 2018 Category：Products
A brand new type of tomato has been created in British soil to mirror the qualities of its sweet Mediterranean counterparts.
Tags:Fruits and Vegetables
Date：Mar. 6, 2018 Category：Regulations
A Court of Appeal decision will give agro-chemical companies greater protection in relation to commercially sensitive field monitoring data.
Date：Dec. 25, 2017 Category：Markets
UK herb growers will be able to protect their crops with a new weed control product in record time, following successful trials as part of a £1.4m crop protect...
Date：Dec. 14, 2017 Category：Products
The European Commission has delayed a vote on the banning of three neonicotinoids to include all outdoor crops.
Date：Dec. 12, 2017 Category：Regulations
EU countries are poised to vote on a proposal to introduce tougher restrictions on three neonicotinoids in the coming days.
Date：Nov. 24, 2017 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The risks to British crop protection and plant health due to uncertainty caused by Brexit were highlighted at a potato industry conference on Wednesday.
Date：Nov. 6, 2017 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The average cost of agricultural production inputs has increased 4.92% in the past 12 months to September 2017, according to new figures.
Date：Oct. 10, 2017 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The farming industry could be set to lose numerous pesticides and herbicides after the European Parliament voted to deny the Commission’s definition of endocri...
Date：Apr. 10, 2017 Category：Markets
Membership of seven farm assurance schemes is 'expected' by the UK Rodenticide Stewardship Regime to qualify as proof of competence beyond 31 December 2017.
Date：Nov. 23, 2016 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Brexit may open the door for British farmers to grow genetically modified crops, according to plans being drawn up by ministers.
Date：Oct. 31, 2016 Category：Markets
UK scientists have shared new, groundbreaking updates in crop research at an industry event called 'New Frontiers' in London.
Date：Jul. 8, 2016 Category：Regulations
The UK National Farmers’ Union's (NFU's) emergency application for use of neonicotinoids has been refused by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Aff...
Date：Jun. 23, 2016 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The day before the EU is due to make a momentous decision about the future of glyphosate, the Soil Association has published a review of the scientific research...
Date：Jun. 8, 2016 Category：Markets
MEPs yesterday voted on two own-initiative reports: 'Technological solutions for sustainable agriculture' from Conservative MEP Anthea McIntyre, and 'Enhancing ...
Date：May. 19, 2016 Category：Markets
Ahead of a the final vote on the re-authorisation of glyphosate – Europe’s most commonly used herbicide – the NFU has called for 'common sense to prevail'.