Charles Stevens identifies challenges for accessing crop protection products

The safety protocols around COVID-19 are restricting capacity at the Pest Management Centre to conduct toxicological trials needed to register crop protection products. A permanent funding structure would help meet future goals.

Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower, goes 'Behind the Scenes' of the March cover story titled THE PERFECT STORM IN ACCESSING CROP PROTECTION PRODUCTS and speaks with Charles Stevens, chair, crop protection section, OFVGA.

 

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