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Jan Mostert
Portfolio Lead of Biorationals and Horticulture   Certis Europe

Jan Mostert is Portfolio Lead of Biorationals and Horticulture in Certis Europe.

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  • Biorationals for the future in protected and outdoor crops   2018-01-09

    ‘Sustainability’ seems to be the buzz word in agriculture these days. The concerns of consumers relating to the conventional crop protection practices of the last few decades and the desires and demands of major retailers for high quality, residue-free produce persist. At the same time the regulatory and environmental requirements imposed by the authorities continue to be stringent in protecting the interests of stakeholders.

    ‘Sustainability’ seems to be the buzz word in agriculture these days. The concerns of consumers relating to the conventional crop protection practices of the last few decades and the desires and demands of major retailers for high quality, residue-free produce persist. At the same time the regulatory and environmental requirements imposed by the authorities continue to be stringent in protecting the interests of stakeholders.

  • Certis Europe achieves successful biorational control in outdoor crops   2017-10-25

    Great progress has been made over the last few decades in the development of biorational products, which include biopesticides, pheromones, beneficial insects and biostimulants, and the sector is showing a substantial growth rate at around 15% annually. This has stimulated a variety of acquisitions in recent years of producers of such biorationals by the large agrochemical companies, to assure their presence in this market.

    Great progress has been made over the last few decades in the development of biorational products, which include biopesticides, pheromones, beneficial insects and biostimulants, and the sector is showing a substantial growth rate at around 15% annually. This has stimulated a variety of acquisitions in recent years of producers of such biorationals by the large agrochemical companies, to assure their presence in this market.

  • The growing importance of biopesticides in Europe   2014-11-05

    Political and regulatory pressures are causing a clear shift in the European crop protection market away from conventional pest and disease control. At the same time persistent demands from retail players and consumers for reductions of chemical residues in produce also result in increasing investigation of alternative biocontrol products.

    Political and regulatory pressures are causing a clear shift in the European crop protection market away from conventional pest and disease control. At the same time persistent demands from retail players and consumers for reductions of chemical residues in produce also result in increasing investigation of alternative biocontrol products.

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