The European Parliament has voted for a ban on the use of pesticides and herbicides in Ecological Focus Areas (EFAs).
International scientists have discovered a positive link between the overall health of bees and the presence of active agricultural production.
George Lyon – Brexit brings a welcome move away from Brussels control on pesticides, herbicides and biotech regulation
Every week UK farmers are being warned by one expert or another of the dire consequences Brexit will have on their businesses.
Scottish farmers who have failed to comply with crop spraying legislation introduced last year are falling foul of assurance auditors this harvest and have had their grain rejected for premium markets.
A new study has revealed the differing impact of the three banned neonicotinoid insecticides on bee populations.
A new EU scientific advice body will be set up to provide guidance on legislation including the use of genetically modified (GM) crops.
Time is running out for farmers and crofters in possession of illegal pesticides to make use of a free disposal scheme.
A well-known north-east arable farmer has been tasked with ensuring pesticides are used correctly on farm.
Farmers and crofters in possession of illegal pesticides have been urged to make use of a government pesticide disposal scheme.