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Basics of biocontrol

Bioprotection is the use of natural substances to control pests, weeds, and diseases on agricultural crops. Here, you can learn about the basics of bioprotection: what it is, why you should use it, and more.

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Integrated Pest Management

Integrated pest management (IPM) is an environmentally friendly approach to managing crops. Its main goal is to solve pest problems while limiting unwanted effects on the environment and on health.

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Courses and Apps

New to biocontrol? Learn all the basics with our online biological control self-study courses. Topics include Introduction to BioProtection Products, Crop Pest Management and Crop Pest Diagnosis, with more coming soon. These include essential practical advice for farmers and growers to use in day-to-day life.

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Crop Defenders joins CABI BioProtection Portal as partner

We are delighted to welcome Crop Defenders as a new partner to the CABI BioProtection Portal. Based in Canada, Crop Defenders was developed and created by founder Dr Ishtiaq Rao.

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Idai Nature newest partner to CABI BioProtection Portal

CABI’s BioProtection Portal has an exciting new partnership with Idai Nature, an award-winning biopesticide company based in Spain

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Oro Agri joins as a new portal partner

CABI continues to build a strong portal team and we’re delighted to announce that Oro Agri has joined Syngenta, Koppert Biological Systems and e-nema as both an official portal partner and a member of the portal’s Development Consortium.

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