Biopesticides Europe to be held from 7-8 October 2020 in Brussels

biopesticide Europe conferenceThe fifth Biopesticides Europe Conference will be taking place from 7-8 October 2020 in Brussels, Belgium, discussing the growing opportunities in European biopesticides market

This two day event will bring together major industry stakeholders, researchers and representatives from regulatory bodies to discuss current challenges and future opportunities within the industry.

Some of the major topics that will be discussed during the conference include:

Public-Private Collaborations as an R&D services Platform focused on Plant Biotechnology

Exploring Global Commercialisation Challenges and Business Strategies for Biopesticides Companies

Bridging the gap between Regulations, Commercial Needs, Current Research and Practical Applications

Exploring Global Commercialisation Challenges and Business Strategies

Innovations in Formulation and packaging in Order to Maximise the Production Supply Chain

New Biological Active Components in Development: Benefits, Practices and Assessment

Daniel Traon, managing partner, Arcadia International, will provide insight on 

Views on current regulations: Examination and registration processes of biopesticides, and their effect upon the production pipeline

Bridging the gap between regulations, the market's needs, research and practical applications of biopesticides

Practical solutions to overcome challenges posed by current biopesticides regulations in Europe

Kevin Bosc, EMEA lead, Corteva Agriscience, ECPA will speak on 

Industry commitment to develop safe and effective solutions

Filling farmers toolbox and delivering on the EU green deal ambitions

Fostering proportionate and science-based regulations for timely approvals

Sustainable EU agriculture and food systems: key role for biopesticides and integrated solutions

 

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