Sunday, February 25, 2018

Pesticide Management Bill-2017 & Sector Outlook

The Centre has released a new draft Pesticide Management Bill 2017 to replace an almost 50-year old legislation governing the plant chemicals sector. Main points are as below:
11.pesticide inspectors should also be held responsible for growth and approval of spurious pesticide, which the new draft hasn’t incorporated. protection be extended to five years and data submitted with application to not be reused by another applicant for three years, which the current draft does not have.
3. every pesticide sold to a farmer, producer, stockist, distributor, retailer or pest control operator, as the case may be, shall disclose the expected performance, efficacy or safety of such pesticide under given conditions.
4.And, if the pesticide fails to provide the expected performance or causes any harm to human or animal health or damage to the environment by use of that pesticide, then, the farmer or the affected person may claim compensation from the manufacturer or distributor or stockist or retailer or pest control operator, as the case may be, under the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act.
All these mesarures will adversely affect the Pesticides companies.
Resources of this article : Business Standard
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