Working in support of a modern commercial sustainable agriculture (pdf)
AIC Scotland activity
IN THIS ISSUE
4 Spelling out former foodstuff facts
5 ‘Insider threat’ to fertiliser security
5 Gaining the value of data
6 Brexit challenges for crop varieties
7 IT advances for assurance schemes
8 Membership matters
8 STOP PRESS – Agriculture Bill
IPM is a holistic approach to sustainable agriculture that focuses on managing insects, weeds and diseases through a combination of cultural, physical, biological and chemical methods that are cost effective, environmentally sound and socially acceptable.1 This includes the responsible use of crop protection and plant biotech products.
Hazard is not the same as risk.
There is often confusion between the terms hazard & risk, causing them to be used incorrectly. There is a fundamental difference between the two.
The Register of Accredited Metallic Phosphide Standards in the United Kingdom
IN THIS ISSUE
4 Helping Defra with ammonia policy
5 BBC takes feed sector seriously
5 FAR Module 4 progress
6 Flagship approach for FACTS
7 Joining forces to preserve glyphosate
8 Assurance seminars prove success
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