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Pre-Conference Workshops

Environmental Risk Assessment and Modelling Requirements

What it is about:

Environmental risk assessment is constantly getting updated with the latest testing and tools.

Get to grips with the latest guidance and scientific knowledge to secure an effective risk assessment modelling.

Regulatory requirements for Biocontrol

What it is about:

Biocontrol regulation is differing from traditional Agrochemical regulation tracks. 

Regulation strategies require a good understanding of testing methods, the minimum testing limits and how to prepare dossiers for biocontrol products.  

Foundations of agrochemical formulation: A brief introduction

What it is about:

Formulation is an essential value-adding step for agrochemical products. A good formulation will ensure that the active ingredient can be applied safely, economically, reproducibly and reliably with acceptable impact on the environment. Formulation can also provide new and improved benefits to the product and the user.

What we are covering

In this multi-speaker workshop, you will get updates on the following guidance documents:

  • Endocrine Disruptors for Fish
  • Guidance’s of Birds and Mammals
  • New Residue and Metabolism Guidance
  • Soil guidance Bees
What we are covering

In this multi-speaker workshop, you will get the regulation requirements you need for Biocontrol regulation.

  • Industry Feedback on Aquatic
  • Bee guidance
  • Understanding the data requirements for Microbial testing
  • Scientific evaluation of Biopesticides
What we are covering
  • Relevant industry trends and drivers
  • What is formulation - and why formulate?
  • What are the main formulation types and why are there so many of them?
  • How are formulations made and measured?

At the end of this session, participants will have a good basic knowledge of the main agrochemical formulation types, their pros and cons as well as an appreciation of how they are made.