The UK Pesticide Guide is the authoritative source of information on pesticides and adjuvants for UK agriculture, horticulture, forestry and amenity use. The UK Pesticide Guide is produced by an independent editor and published by two independently funded, not-forprofit organisations. For authoritative, reliable information trust the UK's leading pesticide guide.
section 1 - Crop/pest guide index Find a solution to your pest problem - this section allows for the rapid identification of the full range of chemicals available for the control of specific weeds, diseases, insects and other pests on specified crops. section 2 - Pesticide profiles Find out which pesticides are available and what they can be used for. Discover how to obtain the best results when applying, as well as how to treat the crop safely and reduce the environmental impact. All products in this section are approved for use in the UK - over 1,300 pesticides are included. section 3 - Products also registered This section contains any products not submitted for inclusion in the Guide, but which can be legally used until their approval expires. This makes The UK Pesticide Guide the only comprehensive printed reference for all products approved for use in agriculture, horticulture, forestry and amenity. section 4 - Adjuvants Details about adjuvants, their suppliers and which products they can be used with. section 5 - Key information for users of pesticides This section summarises legislation covering approval, storage, sale and use of pesticides in the UK, including off-label use. section 6 - Suppliers of pesticides and adjuvants Contains the names and addresses of suppliers and other useful contacts.
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