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We are working in the wrong direction

”The sale of pesticides is increasing in Sweden and is now twice as large as in the 90s - figures from the Chemicals Inspectorate show. This despite the fact that the cultivation areas are slowly decreasing in Sweden. In its annual report, the Chemicals Inspectorate states that the sale of pesticides to agriculture is increasing for the third year in a row. - The development is going in the wrong direction, we have been tasked with reducing the risks of pesticides in Swedish agriculture, says Anders Arvidsson at the Swedish Board of Agriculture.”

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    • walter lungayi

      41 w

      People should go back to organic farming

      • zelda ninga

        41 w

        Sweden should know better and stop this.

        • Rashid Kamau

          41 w

          Many pesticides lead to the production of greenhouse gas harmful to both humans and plants.

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