Killer Pesticide ban very close in South Africa

None of the suppliers Acorn use buy South African Cotton, however there is good news this week that the use of Endosulfan as a an insecticide in South Africa is very close to being banned. The report from Pan UK claims that after 10 years of environmental damage and a large number of deaths among cotton growing communities, The government is to ban it’s use once stocks are used up.

This is evidence that Pressure from end users and Global manufacturers is working.

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