A new study by the research consultancy HFFA Research, has shown that the neonicotinoid ban caused severe economic and environmental damage to the EU oilseed rape sector.

In 2013, the European Commission decided to largely restrict the use of neonicotinoids, which resulted in severe economic losses for Europe's oilseed sector and had a negative environmental impact as well.

Click here to read more on the European Seed Association website.

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