Eastern Europe awash in obsolete pesticides

April 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/13/2012, p10
The article reports on the plan of 12 countries in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia to manage their stocks of obsolete pesticides. A partnership was created with the European Union and Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome. Seven million euros will be spent to manage obsolete pesticides and to reduce the risks from pesticides used in agriculture.


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