EA/VI partnership welcomed

September 2009
Crops;9/5/2009, p29
Trade Publication
The article offers the author's perspectives on the collaboration of the Environment Agency (EA) with the Voluntary Initiative (VI) in addressing the challenges presented by the Water Framework Directive. He recognizes the progress of the VI in furthering its advocacy for responsible pesticide use, as well as the optimistic implication of the partnership between the two agencies. He also presents the VI's contributions in minimizing environmental impacts of some inorganic agricultural inputs.


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