IBMA Presentations in several meetings around the world

Regularly IBMA is invited to participate actively to different meetings and present on different subjects related to the biocontrol industry.

Biocontrol LATAM, Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 15-17 November 2016
Willem Ravensberg
BioProtection Global, its Role and Objectives

Southern Zone Steering Committee Meeting, Athens, 1st July 2016
David Cary
IBMA Presentation

Copa and Cogeca Working Party, Brussels, 28th April 2016
David Cary and Willem Ravensberg
Copa and Cogeca / IBMA Roadmap

4th Annual Eastern Europe Regulatory Conference: Registration of Plant Protection Products, Budapest, 12th-13th April 2016
Willem Ravensberg
IBMA’s view on registration of biopesticides 

EPPO workshop on Efficacy, Ede, 6th April 2016
David Cary
Efficacy for lowrisk PPPs – an industry view

Sustainable Agriculture Expert Group, Brussels, 21th March 2016
David Cary and Willem Ravensberg
IBMA Contribution

Second International Biocontrol Industry Symposium, Monterrey, 2nd March 2016
Willem Ravensberg
BioProtection Global Update: activities with IGOs and NGOs

Lunch debate in DG Envi related to the IPM Exhibition, Brussels, 18th January 2016
Ralf-Udo Ehlers
IPM strategy for control of the Western Corn Rootworm Diabrotica virgifera virgifera with dianem® (Heterorhabditis bacteriophora)

27° Forum di Medicina Vegetale, Bari, 10th December 2015
Vittorio Veronelli
Mezzi di controllo biologici: tra aumento della domanda e lentezze normative

OECD Meeting, Brisbane
David Cary 
Biological Control Methods, expected growth over the next 15 years and the key factors impacting their adoption

4th Symposium, Feeding Europe while reducing pesticides dependency (co-organized by IBMA in the European Parliament on 19th November 2015)
David Cary
The low-risk concept in regard to the Sustainable Use of Pesticides Directive (SUPD) 

ABIM 2015, Basel
David Cary
Harmonia???

2015 BPIA Registration Workshop Arlington, VA
David Cary 
An update on IBMA, it’s activities in biocontrol in Europe

International Symposium Swansea University, 7-9 September 2015
Willem Ravensberg
Crop protection in 2030: towards a natural, efficient, safe and sustainable approach
Biopesticides innovative technologies and strategies for pest control

 

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