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CropLife International Appoints New CEO and President

CropLife International is pleased to announce the appointment of Giulia Di Tommaso as its new CEO and President, to continue to lead the plant science industry in its mission to deliver sustainable solutions to farmers.

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Global Issues Press Release Sep 05, 2019

Contamination Prevention in the Manufacture of Crop Protection Products: Self-Assessment Checklist

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Webpage Sep 04, 2019

Unexpected Fashion from the Field

We rely on crops for more than just the food we eat – we also need them for the clothes we wear. More traditional textiles are made from crops like cotton and linen, but did you know fabric could be made from pineapples and bananas? Unfortunately, these unexpected fiber crops are still susceptible to pests […]

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Crop Protection Infographic Sep 03, 2019

More Cotton with Less Water

How does plant biotechnology help farmers grow more cotton while using water more efficiently? Click through the field and find out!

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Plant Biotechnology Interactive image Sep 03, 2019

What Would Happen if Cotton Disappeared?

If cotton disappeared, we would have to find a replacement for one of the most versatile natural materials on the planet. Farmers are doing their best to protect this useful crop, watch the video to learn how:

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Crop Protection
Plant Biotechnology
Video Sep 03, 2019

“The Soul of Rurality”

The Soul of Rurality Agriculture is essential for the women who weave, create, farm, and preserve the traditions of rural communities in Latin America.

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Global Issues Interactive image Sep 03, 2019

Generation Impact

Young Scientists Innovating for the Better

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Crop Protection Case Study Aug 07, 2019

The IUPAC Next Generation Agri-Summit

CropLife International sponsored  The Next Generation Agri-Summit at the The International Congress of Crop Protection (IUPAC) in Ghent, Belgium from 19-24 May. The summit gave young agricultural students and researchers the opportunity to learn, engage, and innovate with world-renowned leaders in crop protection. Check it out:

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Crop Protection Video Aug 06, 2019

Connecting Youth for Impact

“When we connect more, we can do more.” That is the message that YPARD (Young Professionals in Agricultural Development) director Yemi Adeyeye wants young people in agriculture to realize. We spoke with him about the organization and the importance of connecting young plant scientists and other agricultural professionals around the world.   Why is it […]

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Uncategorized Webpage Aug 06, 2019

So You Want a Job in Agriculture?

Agronomist or horticulturalist? What’s the difference and how will you know if it’s the right job for you? Agriculture has no shortage of opportunities to make a difference, follow the job chart below to see where you can fit into a great future in ag!

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Crop Protection
Plant Biotechnology
Infographic Aug 06, 2019

ReDY to Communicate Plant Science

At the  2019 IUPAC Next Generation Agri-Summit, a group of five young, intrepid plant scientists came together and won the Dragons Den competition—a format where teams were asked to develop an idea on how to better communicate plant science to the public and then present their ideas to a panel of judges. The group is called REdY […]

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Crop Protection Document Aug 06, 2019

A New Career in Seven Minutes

Globally, the lack of young people participating in agriculture careers is taking a toll. In addition, African countries have been significantly impacted by the lack of innovation in agriculture and will look to future generations to help bring new food security solutions to the continent. Team TNT, a group of six plant scientists who noticed […]

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Crop Protection Document Aug 06, 2019

Curing Citrus Greening Disease

According to the USDA, Citrus Greening is one of the most serious citrus plant diseases in the world. The disease has devastated millions of acres of citrus crops throughout the world. Citrus greening is spread by a disease-carrying insect and once a tree is infected, there is no cure. Sick trees produce fruits that are green, […]

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Crop Protection
Plant Biotechnology
Video Aug 06, 2019

EHS Information for the Crop Protection Industry: Fumigation Fire

A fire occurred in a third party warehouse in which routine fumigation of seed was taking place using Aluminium Phosphide tablets. Shortly after an approved and licensed contractor started the fumigation process smoke was seen emanating from the secured warehouse.

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Crop Protection Document Jul 24, 2019

Evaluating Crop Protection Container Management Programs

CropLife International and its members play a key role in managing container management programs and some of these schemes have been operating for more than 30 years.

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Crop Protection Document Jul 15, 2019