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European Union Pesticide Renewal Monitor – February 2020 (EN)

The European Union (EU) Pesticide Renewal Monitor is a document that provides an overview of active ingredients that are currently undergoing or are scheduled for the periodic active ingredient renewal in the European Union and it is prepared based on publicly available information. It lists active ingredients that have expired or are expected to expire, at the time of publication. This is the English version. Click here for the Spanish version.

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Crop Protection Document Mar 20, 2020

European Union Pesticide Renewal Monitor – February 2020 (ES)

The European Union (EU) Pesticide Renewal Monitor is a document that provides an overview of active ingredients that are currently undergoing or are scheduled for the periodic active ingredient renewal in the European Union and it is prepared based on publicly available information. It lists active ingredients that have expired or are expected to expire, at the time of publication. This is the Spanish version. Click here for the English version.

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Crop Protection Document Mar 20, 2020

European Union Pesticide Renewal Monitor – December 2019

The European Union (EU) Pesticide Renewal Monitor is a document that provides an overview of active ingredients that are currently undergoing or are scheduled for the periodic active ingredient renewal in the European Union and it is prepared based on publicly available information. It lists active ingredients that have expired or are expected to expire, at the time of publication.

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Crop Protection Document Mar 20, 2020

European Union Pesticide Renewal Monitor – September 2019

The European Union (EU) Pesticide Renewal Monitor is a document that provides an overview of active ingredients that are currently undergoing or are scheduled for the periodic active ingredient renewal in the European Union and it is prepared based on publicly available information. It lists active ingredients that have expired or are expected to expire, at the time of publication.

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Crop Protection Document Mar 20, 2020

Plant Science Industry Prepared to Support Farmers and a Stable Food Supply

CropLife International and the plant science industry support the international efforts to prevent further spread and impact of COVID-19. We applaud the efforts of those working tirelessly to protect our global population and stand ready to support those farming communities that are working to ensure a stable food supply during these challenging times.

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Global Issues Press Release Mar 19, 2020

CropLife International Drones Manual Summary

This is the CropLife International stewardship guidance summary for use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for application of crop protection products.  This is a summary, you can see the full version here.

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Crop Protection Guidance Mar 11, 2020

CropLife International Drones Manual

This is the CropLife International stewardship guidance for use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for application of crop protection products.

You can view the summary here.

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Crop Protection Guidance Mar 11, 2020

Plastic Container Management: Then, Now, and In The Future

Learn about the successes and goals of container management programs within the global CropLife network in Dr. Andrew Ward, Stewardship Director at CropLife International’s perspective piece.

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Crop Protection Document Dec 04, 2019

Beans and Gene Editing: Breeding a Better Bean

While common beans are a versatile and healthy staple crop for millions of people in Africa and the Americas, they can be difficult to grow, store and digest.

In the future, gene editing could help scientists develop varieties that are drought-tolerant, have a longer shelf life, and are more digestible — traits that could benefit farmers and consumers alike.

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Plant Biotechnology Case Study Dec 02, 2019

Wheat and Gene Editing: Breeding for Better Bread

Wheat is a staple of diets across the world. The grain is the source of close to 20-percent of the calories consumed worldwide.

Researchers at Kansas State University are using innovative methods like gene editing to breed wheat with added benefits, including lower gluten options that could allow people with gluten sensitivities to enjoy bread and other wheat-based foods.

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Plant Biotechnology Case Study Dec 02, 2019

Rice and Gene Editing: Defending Against Rice Blast Disease

Rice is eaten by three billion people every day in every part of the world, and consumption is forecasted to increase by 100 million tons or more by 2050. While an important staple crop for much of the developing world, rice is threatened by disease, which, without a way to control, could threaten the food security of billions of people in rural areas.

Scientists believe CRISPR/Cas9 and other gene editing techniques can help save the world’s rice fields.

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Plant Biotechnology Case Study Dec 02, 2019

Lettuce and Gene Editing: Increasing Heat Resistance to Combat Changing Climate

As the climate changes and temperatures rise, growing lettuce gets harder. American lettuce farmers are having to grapple with, and farm through, challenging conditions.

A team of plant scientists at the University of California, Davis are employing CRISPR and other gene editing technologies to develop new heat-tolerant lettuce varieties.

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Plant Biotechnology Case Study Dec 02, 2019

Oranges and Gene Editing: Innovating to Save the Citrus Industry

For more than 10 years, citrus greening disease has affected Florida’s orange industry. A determined group of plant breeders at the University of Florida Citrus Research and Education Center (CREC) in the United States believe new gene editing technologies offer citrus growers a reason to be optimistic.

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Plant Biotechnology Case Study Dec 02, 2019

Cassava and Gene Editing: Eliminating Toxins in Cassava to Unlock its Potential

Cassava’s starchy roots produce food and other useful products, even in tough growing conditions. But it is notoriously difficult to breed and requires time-consuming preparation to remove naturally-occurring toxins that can cause cyanide poisoning.

Genome editing promises to make this hardy crop safer and more valuable.

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Plant Biotechnology Case Study Dec 02, 2019

Supply Chain Traceability in Agrochemicals

A collaboration between Accenture Strategy and CropLife International to conduct a survey of crop protection supply chain leaders to better understand the current and projected impact of traceability on the supply chain function.

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Crop Protection Document Nov 14, 2019