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Biosolutions Hub

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Black-grass hub - bayer

UPL is proud to sponsor the Biosolutions Hub at The CropTec Show 2019; the third year the company has sponsored this topic. As growers face an ever tightening regulatory climate and the loss of further key active ingredients; the Hub aims to address the role that biosolutions can play in the future of crop protection.

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Biosolutions Hub

Sponsored by

Black-grass hub - bayer

UPL is proud to sponsor the Biosolutions Hub at The CropTec Show 2019; the third year the company has sponsored this topic. As growers face an ever tightening regulatory climate and the loss of further key active ingredients; the Hub aims to address the role that biosolutions can play in the future of crop protection.

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Day one timesDay two timesSpeaker
11:00 – 11:1511:00 – 11:15

Murray Smedley, Chair of the EBIC UK Task Force (day 1)
Trevor Smith of EBIC, Vice Chair of the EBIC UK Task Force (day 2)

An overview of the requirements for biostimulants within the new Fertilising Products Regulation (FPR)
This session will provide a regulatory update for biostimulants and their requirements given the new FPR.

13:00 – 13:1513:00 – 13:15

Tomas McCabe
Lecturer, University College Dublin

Current and future challenges in cereal fungicide programmes and the role of bio-control and contact products in future disease control strategies

14:50 – 15:05N/A

Rob Adamson & Gregory Hanna
Technical Support for UPL UK & IE

The merits of combining biostimulants with seed treatments
This session will look at the benefits of biostimulant-based seed treatments in the establishment of arable crops

Day one timesDay two timesSpeaker
11:00 – 11:1511:00 – 11:15

Murray Smedley, Chair of the EBIC UK Task Force (day 1)
Trevor Smith of EBIC, Vice Chair of the EBIC UK Task Force (day 2)

An overview of the requirements for biostimulants within the new Fertilising Products Regulation (FPR)
This session will provide a regulatory update for biostimulants and their requirements given the new FPR.

13:00 – 13:1513:00 – 13:15

Tomas McCabe
Lecturer, University College Dublin

Current and future challenges in cereal fungicide programmes and the role of bio-control and contact products in future disease control strategies

14:50 – 15:05N/A

Rob Adamson & Gregory Hanna
Technical Support for UPL UK & IE

The merits of combining biostimulants with seed treatments
This session will look at the benefits of biostimulant-based seed treatments in the establishment of arable crops

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