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Webinar - Biological solutions for sustainable crop protection

Tuesday, 20th February, 4pm to 5pm (UK time) - in Microsoft Teams.

Dr Roma Gwynn (Biorationale Limited) will talk about biological solutions for pest, disease and weed management.

Roma will consider:

  1. Current and future trends in availability of plant protection products
  2. The types of companies involved
  3. Capabilities, benefits and also weaknesses of biological solutions and the need to use them within IPM
  4. Case studies for different crop types.

Roma has taken a lead role in the development and registration of many new biorational technologies in the EU and internationally, including semiochemical, botanical and microbial substances. Her expertise is in facilitating the process of getting biorational products onto the market by streamlining discovery, research, product development, registration and marketing, with particular expertise on efficacy. Roma has been Vice President of the International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association (IBMA)Link opens in a new window

Dave Chandler will follow Roma with a short presentation about how agri-tech could improve management with biocontrol agents in the future, which links to the webinar in January.

To attend please register below and a Teams link will be forwarded prior to the event.

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