What is the reaction of the pesticides and biopesticides industry to the EU Farm to Fork and Sustainability strategies? [Promoted content]

By |julij 10th, 2020|Biodiversity, biological pesticides, biopesticides, EU 2020 Biodiversity Strategy, Farm to Fork, food sustainably, News, Pesticides|

Géraldine Kutas, European Crop Protection Association (ECPA) Director General, discusses the industry's role in the Farm to Fork and Biodiversity 2030 strategy

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Farm to Fork strategy aims to slash pesticide use and risk by half

By |maj 20th, 2020|alternatives to pesticides, biological pesticides, biopesticides, ECPA, Farm to Fork, News, organic farming, pesticide action network, pesticide reduction, pesticide targets, Pesticides, Stella Kyriakides, sustainable farming|

The long-awaited EU Farm to Fork (F2F) strategy published on Wednesday (20 May) unveiled a highly anticipated 50% target for the reduction of pesticide use and risk.

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Integrated pest management should be linked to CAP payments, say auditors

By |februar 6th, 2020|alternatives to pesticides, biological pesticides, court of auditors, European Court of Auditors, European Green Deal, Farm to Fork, News, organic, organic agriculture|

The European Commission has been unable to adequately measure and reduce either the effects or the risks from pesticides due to a lack of rigorous and suitable data, according to a new report from the European Court of Auditors, released on Wednesday (5 January). 

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Fighting fire with fire: pest control by playing nature at its own game

By |januar 31st, 2020|alternatives to pesticides, biocontrol, biological pesticides, European Green Deal, microbial pesticides, News, organic agriculture, pest control, Pesticides, sustainable agriculture|

Microbial and macrobial pesticides, or ‘biologicals’, have been rapidly gaining attention as a sustainable and environmentally friendly viable alternative to chemical pesticides. However, they are currently hampered by maladapted regulation, says the International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association (IBMA). EURACTIV reports.

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