Crop Protection: Barriers & Opportunities to Innovation

6 December 2021 14:00-16:10, United Kingdom

Crop Protection remains the cornerstone of cost-effective and secure food production.

Increased awareness of the potential impacts on the environment and human health has led to ever more restrictive regulation and control.

For over 60 years, synthetic chemicals have been a key component in the need to feed our ever-growing population. However, their continued use requires conformity and compliance within an increasingly complex, restrictive and expensive regulatory framework throughout the world.
The Agrochemical industry continues to innovate to meet these challenges.

In this short Webinar, our 4 expert presenters explore not only the barriers but also the opportunities in providing safe and sustainable food using modern agriculture today.

Date:  Monday 06 December 2021 14:00 – 16:10 GMT

Location: Online (zoom)

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14:00 – 14:10  – Welcome and Introduction to Speakers & session chair – Murray Smedley, RSC Agriculture Sector Group chair and owner of Barkwith Associates ( and Victoria Jackson, Operating Officer, Globachem  (

14:10 - 14:35: Barriers to innovation in crop protection research - Dr Peter Maienfisch, CreInSol MCB. Peter is also an honorary professor at the East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai & lecturer at the University of Basel, Switzerland.

14:35 - 15:00 – The European Green Deal and what this means for sustainability in crop protection - Dr Alison Hall, Business Sustainability Manager Europe, Adama (

15:00 - 15:25 – The Post EU Exit operating environment for Plant Protection Products - Dr Darren Mingo, Regulatory Affairs Manager, UK Crop Protection Association (

15:25 - 15:55 – Is crop protection needed in the future - Mike Green, Agricultural Sustainability Manager UK & Eire, BASF Agricultural Solutions.

15:55 - 16:10 – Q&A and closing comments


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