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one Giant leap for farmers

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One Small step for Man one Giant leap for farmers


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Growers are constantly looking for new strategies, resources and technology to protect their crops sustainably and effectively.

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The European Green Deal and the Farm To Fork strategy bring new challenges for those involved in crop protection of both conventional and organic food…

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Biocontrol and organic farming face new challenges and opportunities as a result of the new European Green Deal

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Certis Belchim offers solutions to growers to respond to the demands placed on them by the Farm to Fork strategy

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Certis Belchim is to acquire all assets associated with the portfolio and pipeline of potassium fatty-acid salts of Henry Manufacturing Limited of New…

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Certis Belchim opened its Trial Station at Londerzeel, Belgium to 1700 wholesalers, distributors, advisors and contractors from around the globe over…

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Take-all, one of the most critical cereal diseases in Europe, can only be controlled through good practice and, if necessary, the application of the…

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Sanjiv Rana, Editor of Agrow, has a conversation with Certis Belchim to discuss its outlook for biologicals. The company's viewpoint was explained by…

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Eradicoat an environmentally friendly pesticide

Eradicoat, biorational insecticide

How can environmentally friendly pesticides boost crop yields. Credit to RSB and ITN Productions

Protected cropping 2030

Certis recognized that feeding the future population is a global challenge and have explored how this challenge could be met in an exercise looking at the future of protected cropping in 2030.

By 2030 we can expect that: Food production will need to have increased by 70% to feed 2.3 billion additional people.

How can protected cropping contribute to a more sustainable food system in the future?