Integrated Crop Management

Integrated Crop Management (ICM), of which Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a part, is fast becoming a required strategy for production in most crops, including those in the arable sector. The pressure to adopt ICM strategies has come from a number of directions, including consumers and food retailers, and IPM featured as a requirement for future product registration in the revision of the European Plant Protection Regulation.

Growers are also increasingly aware of the need to steward the environment and a sustainable approach to crop production is a key factor in their decision-making. Certis products fit well within many IPM systems, not only in protected crops but also in top fruit and vegetables where products such as Bt insecticides and Cyd-X, a virus product that controls Codling Moth in apples, can help growers achieve high quality standards and manage residue levels of conventional chemicals.




Biorationals: the future is here

'Growing for the future' shows the success of Integrated Crop Management solutions that combine...


Developments in Copper Fungicides

Copper fungicides have become indispensable in preventing plant diseases worldwide


Biorationals for the future

Biorationals are now a reality in outdoor as well as protected crops