DEFRA guidance on fertilisers if there is no Brexit deal

States that the current framework allowing fertilisers to be sold in the UK will remain in place, suggests the government would continue both the EU regime in parallel, but would ‘review and rationalise’ system over time

Document title: Manufacturing and marketing fertilisers if there’s no Brexit deal

Summary: States that the current framework allowing fertilisers to be sold in the UK will remain in place, suggests the government would continue both the EU regime in parallel, but would ‘review and rationalise’ system over time. Says it would introduce an option to use a new ‘UK fertiliser’ label for fertilisers placed on the UK market after Brexit, but that UK manufacturers would still be able to manufacture products as ‘EC fertilisers’ if they comply with EU regulation, including the requirement that the manufacturer is ‘established’ within the EU.

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