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Jan Mostert, Head of the Biorationals Innovation Team at Certis Europe, discusses the development of biorational control in open field crops

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Tjaart Hofman, Certis Europe's Portfolio Development Manager Europe, writes for Potato World of the challenges to be faced in potato storage in 2020

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Sanjiv Rana, editor of Agrow, talks with Jan Mostert, Head of the Biorationals Innovation Team, to discuss Certis' strategy for expansion within the...

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The Management Board of Certis Europe decide to donate to the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) in support of its actions in fighting...

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A new Biorationals Innovation Team will provide greater dedicated resource to speed up the development of biorationals

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Sunfire®

Certis Europe plans to expand its herbicide, Sunfire, to more countries within Europe during autumn 2020

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Certis Europe Railservices Division confirms successful initial trials with Electroherb® technology from Zasso Group AG for plant management on...

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An international consortium, including Certis Europe, aims to help develop effective control of CSSV in West African cocoa production

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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?