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Free Content Selected aspects of plant protection in Poland, five years on from EU accession

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Accession to the European Union (EU) had an impact on the Polish agricultural sector. Plant protection was influenced mainly by the implementation of EU law as well as the demand and prices of the Common Market. This paper describes the present status of plant protection and the registration of plant protection products in Poland, with particular regard to changes that took place during the first five years of Polish membership of the EU (1 May 2004–30 April 2009).

Keywords: EU ACCESSION; EU REGULATIONS; PLANT PROTECTION; POLAND

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5367/oa.2011.0042

Publication date: June 1, 2011

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  • Outlook on Agriculture is an international peer-review journal devoted to agricultural science, policy and strategy. The journal is published quarterly and provides analysis, reviews and commentary for an international and interdisciplinary readership. Special attention is paid to agricultural policy, international trade in the agricultural sector, strategic developments in food production, the role of agriculture in social and economic development, agriculture in developing countries, and environmental issues. Readers include academics, policy makers and practitioners. For more details go to www.ippublishing.com
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