From December 19, only closed plants and plants can use pesticides containing neonicotinoids, which are considered hazardous to home bees and other pollinators, says MTI.
The use of plant protection products containing neonicotinoids – imidacloprid, clotianidin and thiamethoxone – considered dangerous to bees was first limited in 2013 by the European Commission in 2013 and subsequently introduced further restrictions on the use of active substances this year and has now amended the National Food Safety Safety Network (Nébih ) Also national pest control rights.
Products containing one of the three active ingredients can only be used after December 19, 2018 in a closed manufacturing plant, namely glass house, and so far can be disposed of the treated seeds, such as autumn cereals. After December 19, plants grown from treated seeds and greenhouses, including seedlings, will be banned from landing outside.
Strengthening affects the number of pesticides. The marketing and use license for four products was canceled, and the authorization for 21 additional products had to be canceled for use in the field. A detailed list of concerned preparations is available on the Nébih website.
The European Commission has previously announced that 10 species of insectivorous pollinators are on the brink of extinction, and a third of bee species and butterflies are affected by a decrease in populations. Pollination is a vital natural process where insects play the main role, including bees and moths, butterflies and butterflies, some beetles and other flying insects. Much of the EU's annual agricultural production, which is almost 15 billion euros ($ 4821 billion), is directly attributed to the performance of the struggle.
The phenomenon of bee mortality and the weight of the problem in the summer were described in greater detail in the mortality of a Sumerian bee.