New Plant Health Regulation – what does it mean for you?

16 February 2020

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New Plant Health Regulation came into force on 14 December 2019. This requires significant changes to the plant passporting of some horticultural products intended for planting, with an aim to increase biosecurity and protection from plant pests.


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