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Agrochemical Formulation

13 Feb 2013 - 14 Feb 2013 - Berlin, Germany



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With an extensive agenda, researched with industry experts this conference addresses the most critical formulation developments and examines key strategies that will optimise agrochemical production. Including:

With representatives from Syngenta, Dow AgroSciences, Bayer CropScience and BASF this events brings together market pioneers who are shaping the agrochemical industry. 

2013 Conference highlights:

New technical topics and sessions including: Microencapsulation, Nanotechnology, Modern  Alternative to Solvents, Screening Technology,  Biopesticides & Technical Case Studies from    industry and academia

New break-out session on Agrochemical Formulation Business Models

New FREE R&D morning breakfast meeting led by Syngenta 

New training seminars that are CPD certified : Do not miss workshops on Manufacturing &   Scale Up AND  a Regulatory Evening Seminar with BVL presenting

TOP INDUSTRY speakers, including: Dow AgroSciences, Dow Chemical GmbH, Marrone Bio   Innovations, Syngenta, BayerCropScience.



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