Expertise in biological control highlighted at workshop aimed at catalysing biopesticide use in Africa

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CABI scientists have highlighted their expertise in biological control agents to sustainably fight crop pests and diseases at a workshop aimed at catalysing the development of the biopesticides industry and building regional harmonization to help ensure that farmers have access to biopesticides across Africa.
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Revolutionizing crop protection in Pakistan: Registration guidance approved to promote sustainable biopesticides

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To celebrate the longstanding achievement in the crop protection sector of Pakistan, CABI organized a dialogue on ‚ÄėRegulatory Harmonization in Pakistan for Maximum Residue Limits and Biopesticides‚Äô in Islamabad, Pakistan. The event saw the approval of biopesticide registration guidance to promote the uptake of safer-to-use and more environmentally friendly biopesticides in the fight against crop…
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CABI joins partnership investigating native fungi to help protect British cereal crops from pests and diseases

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CABI has joined forces with FA Bio and Crop Health and Protection (CHAP) as part of a two-year feasibility study investigating the power of native fungi to provide protection against pests and diseases blighting British cereal crops.
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Virtual training workshop on ‚ÄėBiopesticides and their Future Prospective for Pakistan‚Äô

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CABI’s centre in Pakistan, along with United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) through the financial assistance of United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is currently involved in implementation of a program ‚ÄėRegulatory Harmonization in Pakistan for MRLs and Biopesticides‚Äô with the objective to detect and prioritize high-risk pesticides related to increased Maximum Residue Limits…
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Registration of biocontrol products for the agricultural sector in Pakistan moves a step closer

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CABI, with the financial assistance of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United States Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agricultural Service (USDA-FAS), and technical assistance from IR-4 project, is helping Pakistan move a step closer towards the registration of biocontrol products to fight a range of crop pests and diseases which can…
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