Ministers turn to RCEP on safety of crop spraying

The Government has rejected calls for compulsory agricultural pesticide no-spray zones to be established around residential properties to protect the public from spray drift. In recognition of strongly adverse public opinion, however, it has requested the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution to report on the science used to assess the risks to the public from crop spraying.

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