Relief on Asulox approval in England but Scotland must be next

Scottish farmers and landowners are still waiting for an answer on whether bracken herbicide Asulox can be used or not. This is despite the Health and Safety Executive approving emergency authorisation for its use in England

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Relief on Asulox approval in England but Scotland must be next

The Bracken control group are relieved the herbicide Asulox has been approved for use in England, but said Scotland must be next. They said if the threat of bracken is to be taken seriously then a 'decision...

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