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Counterfeit and Illegal Products Training Manual

This training manual is written for trainers who are going to train custom officers on counterfeit and illegal pesticides. The manual gives instructions on eight topics that will be covered in a one-day program. The program can be facilitated for a maximum of 25 people.

 

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Crop Protection Document Apr 21, 2016

Introduction to IPM: Facilitator’s Manual

These trainer’s guidelines are supplement to the IPM manual. They will give the trainer detailed instructions on how to facilitate the session for a selected topic. The SDF-model is used as general structure. Some topics do not follow the SDF-model because these topics only serve as linkages between other topics and do not discuss technical aspects.

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Crop Protection Document Apr 21, 2016

GIC views: Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (BSP) Ratification & Implementation

Global Industry Coalition (GIC) supports ratification of the BSP following completion of a review of domestic law to identify and develop for adoption as domestic law any amendments or new legislation required for the country to be in compliance with and to implement the BSP upon ratification.

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Plant Biotechnology Document Apr 18, 2016

Leading the Vision – Stewardship in the Crop Protection Industry – Issue 6

Leading the Vision is a bi-annual newsletter highlighting crop protection stewardship activities in the global CropLife network.

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Crop Protection Document Apr 15, 2016

Cost of Crop Protection Innovation Increases to $286 Million per Product

Every crop protection product that reaches the market costs $286 million and takes 11 years of research and development to ensure the highest safety and efficacy standards, according to a new report published today (Wednesday, April 13).

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Crop Protection News Item Apr 13, 2016

Cost to Bring a Crop Protection Product to Market – Report

This study presents the results of a survey of the leading crop protection companies designed to determine the cost to bring a crop protection product to market in 2010-14.

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Crop Protection Document Apr 13, 2016

Infographic bed nets

Long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets are one of the most effective ways to prevent malaria and other vector-borne diseases.  The vector control industry is committed to fighting vector-borne diseases by blocking the bite with lifesaving bed nets.

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Global Issues Infographic Apr 05, 2016

Responsible Use Manual

The overall objective of this course is to enable participants to understand the underlying concepts and principles of the Responsible Use of Pesticides. The course is designed to be used in any area or region.

 

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Crop Protection Document Apr 05, 2016

Pesticide Retailer Course – Trainer Manual

The overall objective of this course is to enable participants to understand the underlying concepts and principles of the Responsible Use of Pesticides. The course is designed to be used in any area or region.

 

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Crop Protection Document Apr 04, 2016

Infographic residual spraying

Infographic on Indoor residual spraying. The vector control industry helps fight diseases by developing insecticide sprays.  When applied to 80% of households in a community, indoor residual spraying is highly effective. The sprays are used to coat the inside of houses to kill mosquitoes and other insects.

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Global Issues Infographic Apr 04, 2016

What Has Plant Biotechnology Achieved in 20 Years?

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Plant Biotechnology Infographic Mar 10, 2016

Top 20 Plant Biotech Triumphs Over 20 Years

A look at how plant biotechnology has benefited communities, farmers and the environment over the past 20 years.

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Plant Biotechnology Infographic Mar 10, 2016

Risk Assessment and the Cartagena Protocol on Biological Biosafety, Past, Present & Future

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Plant Biotechnology Document Mar 02, 2016

CropLife International Position on Biotech Food Labelling

CropLife International strongly supports requirements for accurate and informative product labels which communicate information that is relevant to health, safety, and nutrition. Labels that include marketing claims should be substantiated, truthful, and not mislead consumers nor imply non-existing safety concerns.  CropLife International’s position supports the 2011 Codex Alimentarius text for labeling of biotech-derived products which confirm that existing labeling texts for food generally also apply to biotech foods, and clearly state that there is no intent “to suggest or imply that foods derived from modern biotechnology are necessarily different from other foods simply due to method of production.”

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Plant Biotechnology Document Mar 01, 2016

Container Management Project Team – Guidance Documents

CropLife International has developed a global steering/advisory body – the Container Management Project Team (CMPT) – to provide guidance and advice to individual country program managers on how to establish cost-effective, sustainable programs and to share best practices. As part of these objectives, the International Container Management Project Team has developed a number of guidance documents.

These documents are aimed to help both all pilots and mature programs. They complement the overarching guidance document “Roadmap for establishing a container management programme for collection and disposal of empty pesticide containers” .

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Crop Protection Document Jan 28, 2016