Before a plant protection product can be sold on the Dutch market the person who wants to do this needs an authorisation from the Ctgb.
Plant protection products
Extension of timelines for dossier only in exceptional cases
01-07-2020 | 15:14
In exceptional cases, the Covid-19 crisis can lead to delays in compiling dossiers. ECHA has recently published information about ...
Pesticide atlas updated with monitoring data of 2018
30-10-2019 | 11:44
On October 29th, 2019, the Pesticides Atlas (in Dutch: Bestrijdingsmiddelenatlas) has been updated with the monitoring data of ...
DTG list update published
04-06-2019 | 00:00
The crop names and crop groups that are used on the statutory conditions of use are laid down in the Definition List, Scope of ...
Guidelines for maximum residue levels in honey
06-05-2019 | 14:46
Plant nectar and pollen collected by honey bees may contain residues of active substances from plant protection products. These ...
Postponement of a comparative assessment
01-04-2019 | 16:47
For product applications based on an active substance that is classified as Candidate for Substitution, a Comparative Assessment ...
France, Hungary, the Netherlands and Sweden agree to jointly assess glyphosate
15-03-2019 | 10:30
The European Commission is proposing that France, Hungary, the Netherlands and Sweden jointly form the Rapporteur Member State ...