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France to ban widely used crop fungicide over health concerns
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28 May 2019
On 28 May 2019 Reuters reported:
France's health and safety regulator has decided to ban a widely used crop fungicide after classifying it as a so-called endocrine disruptor posing risks for humans and the environment. The ANSES agency said on Tuesday [28 May] it was withdrawing the marketing license for 76 products containing epoxiconazole, which is commonly applied to protect cereal and sugar beet fields in France, the European Union's biggest crop producer.
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