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With yields plunging, sugar beet growers in UK may discontinue growing crop in wake of neonicotinoid insecticide ban

Crop Production Magazine | 
Sugar beet is a crop that has always demanded close attention to grow well, but Norfolk grower Mark Means has ...
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Denied access to neonicotinoid insecticides, UK farmers scramble to control deadly plant virus

Crop Production Magazine | 
Controlling the spread of plant viruses has just got harder with the demise of neonicotinoid seed treatments putting the emphasis ...
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EU neonicotinoid insecticide ban spurs farmers to abandon canola crops, important resource for bees

Crop Production Magazine | 
When neonicotinoid seed treatments were first banned in flowering crops, control of cabbage stem flea beetle in oilseed rape [OSR] ...
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Viewpoint: Neonicotinoid ban puts UK sugar beet yields at risk for first time in 25 years

Crop Production Magazine | 
For the past 25 years, sugar beet agronomy hasn’t been complicated by the threat of virus yellows – it’s only ...
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