Slug pelleting© Tim Scrivener
Growers are fast running out of time to show that they are doing enough to curb levels of popular slug pellet active ingredient metaldehyde being found in water. The deadline for water companies to report on the progress of measures to stop metaldehyde reaching watercourses has been brought forward a year to March 2017. It means growers are entering a critical final countdown to prove that stewardship and catchment management efforts are making significant contributions to meet safe standards for drinking water quality. See also: Video: […]
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