Plant protection products1 which are not authorised must not be advertised2. Every advertisement for a plant protection product must be accompanied by certain wording and warnings3 and must not include information in text or graphic form which could be misleading as regards possible risks to human or animal health or to the environment, such as the terms 'low risk', 'non-toxic' or 'harmless'4. Nor may advertisements contain any visual representation of potentially dangerous practices, such as mixing or application without sufficient protective clothing, nor any use near food or use by or in the vicinity of children
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