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Biopesticides 2012

05 Dec 2012 - 06 Dec 2012 - Berlin, Germany

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With an extensive agenda, researched with industry experts this conference addresses the most critical regulatory developments and examines key strategies that will optimise biopesticide production. Join us at Informa eagerly awaited Biopesticide conference which is going to be held to be held in Berlin, Germany on the 5th-6th December 2012.

 Sessions include:

Regulation & Policy of Biopesticides

R&D case studies and updates 

Biopesticide Manufacturing 

Technology platforms for Biopesticide production

Presentations from the European Commission and 5 regulator authorities 

This event brings together market pioneers who are experts within the biopesticide sector. Not only do we have a superb line up of industry speakers we are delighted to say that the European Commission and 5 regulator authorities are going to be presenting.

Our 2011 event was a great success with over 100 attendees and 2012 is set to be even better ….with new content, new speakers and informative workshops this event is not to be missed!

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