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Pesticide purchase July 1 real-name system on the road, agricultural products at ease, farmers to protect welfare

Published: 2024-05-18 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/05/18, In order to ensure the food safety of agricultural products, the Council of Agriculture promoted the policy of real-name pesticide purchase, which was amended in a notice on July 1, 110, requiring retail pesticide sellers to increase the ID card number or residence permit of their trading partners when reporting sales data.

Pesticide purchase July 1 real-name system on the road, agricultural products at ease, farmers to protect welfare

In order to ensure the food safety of agricultural products, the Council of Agriculture promoted the policy of real-name pesticide purchase. On July 1, 110, the notice amended the regulation requiring retail pesticide sellers to increase the ID card number or residence permit number of the trading object when reporting the sales data. Farmers or the general public are invited to cooperate when purchasing pesticides, and the pesticide purchase records can also prove the identity of the practitioner, so that the agricultural policy can be more accurate. In addition, in order to improve the timeliness and accuracy of pesticide production and marketing data reporting, the Council of Agriculture subsidizes manufacturers to purchase computer equipment and conduct real-machine education and training to guide pesticide traders to use the pesticide sales management POS system. Enterprises are welcome to apply as soon as possible.

As long as you show your identity document when you buy pesticides for the first time, cross-store purchases are exempted from re-registration.

The Council of Agriculture pointed out that in recent years, consumers have paid more and more attention to the safety of agricultural products and the sustainable operation of the agricultural environment. In order to guide agricultural operators in the correct use of pesticides, refer to the successful experience of the real-name system of fertilizer purchase, and promote the policy of real-name system of pesticide purchase, since the announcement of July 1, 110, the "format, frequency and manner of pesticide manufacturers or traders to report materials on a regular basis as stipulated in item 2 of Article 35 of the Pesticide Management Law" was amended. Add the ID card number or residence permit number of registered pesticide purchasers. When farmers buy pesticides for the first time, they can show their ID card, driver's license or health insurance card to check their identity. when shops with POS system buy back, they can report by telephone and automatically bring in the previously registered materials, or they can use the system's bar code to avoid re-registration for cross-store purchases, so as to speed up the registration and reporting of pesticide purchase records in the pesticide trading industry. In addition, the Council of Agriculture has planned a number of subsidies for farmers to help prove the identity of the actual tillers by checking the records of the real-name purchase of pesticides, so as to facilitate the receipt of various subsidy policies in the future and protect their rights and interests more at ease. Since May 18, 2010, peasant associations across the country have taken the lead in cooperating with the policy to promote the registration of ID cards of pesticide purchasers, and the trial run of peasant associations is in good condition.

The Council of Agriculture said that in the process of promotion, the pesticide purchase real-name system communicated face-to-face with pesticide traders and relevant plant protection associations, and the opinions of the participants increased the guidance period from July 1 to December 31, and in addition, an online form function was specially designed to meet the needs of the industry. As for the current method of uploading and reporting Excel files, it can be extended to June 30th, 1111. The Council of Agriculture will provide continuous education and training for helpers who are familiar with the use of the POS system and online forms. In addition, in order to improve the utilization rate of the POS system, it is also stipulated that from January 1, 2011, retailers who newly apply for the issuance of pesticide trading licenses should report through the POS system or through network services.

 
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