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Koppert join forces with CABI to promote integrated crop protection, particularly in smallholder farming communities in developing countries.
We are delighted to announce that the Rainforest Alliance’s frog logo is now visible on the CABI BioProtection Portal.
There are many advantages of biocontrol compared to chemical pest control. In this blog, we look at five of the main ones.
Demand for residue-free food is increasing, and chemical solutions are becoming less available, reports e-nema GmbH
Integrated pest management (IPM) is an environmentally friendly approach to managing crops.
Coffee rust is considered the most destructive disease affecting coffee. Learn the symptoms, what causes it and how to prevent it.
The tobacco beetle is common and troubling pest. Effective treatment methods can include using biocontrols and biopesticides.
Pest solutions and climate change are hot topics that are closely interlinked.
Anthracnose is a catch-all, general term. It describes the damage caused to plants by a group of fungal diseases.
See our how-to guide to learn the symptoms of an infestation, how to identify the pest, and how to get rid of Tuta Absoluta.
The new Rainforest Alliance sponsorship helps expand the expertise of the rapidly growing CABI BioProtection Portal
BIOCARE has joined the CABI BioProtection Portal as a partner.
Crop Defender's philosophy is based on keeping the environment close “at heart” and focusing solely on biological methods of pest control.
How to recognize, manage, control and monitor Lepidoptera pests in soybean crops.
CABI showcased the benefits of the BioProtection Portal during a Bioprotection Day conference in Brazil held in collaboration with Embrapa
The CABI BioProtection Portal has launched in India, offering support for farmers looking for information on biopesticides in India.
The BioAgri Input Producers Association is a body of corporates manufacturing, marketing, and researching biological inputs in India.
Tomatoes are one of the most important vegetables grown in Kenya for income, but insect pests such as Tuta absoluta limit production.
APIS is a dedicated consultancy and contract research laboratory for biopesticides and other low-risk crop protection technologies
Based in Canada, Anatis Bioprotection produces over 30 biological products to fight pests, including beneficial nematodes and biopesticides.
Bio Insumos Nativa is a biotechnology company dedicated to the development, production and commercialization of organic agricultural products in Latin America
We are excited to announce the launch of our new CABI BioProtection Portal website. By putting improved, intuitive navigation at the core of its design, and a refreshed, user-friendly look, we have made the portal even easier for visitors to locate information about the many non-chemical pest control products available in markets worldwide.
Biobest is an expert in biological control and pollination in greenhouse and berry crops, with over 30 years experience in the field.
Applied Bio-nomics specialises in the production of microbial biological control agents and was the first company in Canada to introduce growers to many now-familiar products including Stratiolaelaps scimitus, Stethorus punctillum and Delphastus catalinae.
Amblyseius swirskii is a predatory mite and one of the most successful commercial natural enemies in covered crops.
With many insecticides banned due to their harmful effects, nematodes can offer an effective alternative to controlling these insect pests.
IBMA has signed a MoU with CABI to assist in the development of the BioProtection Portal and a shared mission towards “green diplomacy.”
TerraLink Horticulture offer multiple biological control options for biopesticides in agriculture, as well as organic fertilizers.
Biopesticides have been leading the non-chemical pest control assault on swarms of locusts in Somalia, helping to control the desert locust.
BASAI joined the CABI BioProtection Portal as an Associate member. BASAI – the Biological Agri Solutions Association of India – represents more than 20 companies in India and internationally.
The IOBC joins CABI BioProtection Portal to improve expertise and knowledge in biological control of pests.
In September 2020, CABI conducted user testing of the CABI BioProtection Portal in Kenya to assess the ease of use of the tool.
In an exciting new sponsorship, Nespresso’s AAA Sustainable Quality™ programme has joined the CABI BioProtection Portal.
CABI’s ground-breaking online bioprotection resource has now been made available in the second East African Country.
Choosing a biopesticide or biocontrol product for managing a pest is about asking the right questions.
Idai Nature is an award-winning biopesticide company based in Spain with expertise in microorganisms and innovative botanical extracts.
Biotech companies e-nema GmbH and Katz Biotech AG have collaborated to develop a new, innovative formulation of an existing product for biological pest control – beneficial nematodes in capsules which offer long-lasting efficacy against sciarid gnats and are ideal for preventative treatments, available from spring 2021.
To mark the Year of Plant Health, Koppert Biological Systems, in cooperation with CABI, has organized a webinar series that highlights the importance of plant health and how it connects to human health. Inspiring keynote speakers will shine their light on various aspects of plant health and human health and discuss their viewpoints with an online audience of young professionals, scientists, entrepreneurs, activists, creatives, chefs and government reps; in short anyone with a passion for plants and people.
Trichoderma is a group of fungal species used as commercial biopesticides. It is one of the most commonly used microbial biopesticides.
In a multi-year research project funded by the EU and the German Ministry of Education and Research (Biochance), the team at E-nema has screened a collection of 50 wild type strains for longevity (field persistence and shelf life) and virulence against the invasive pest Western Corn Rootworm (Diabrotica v. virgifera).
Through our feedback mechanism on the BioProtection Portal, CABI has recently discovered that growers in Kenya are experiencing problems with bean fly (Ophiomyia spp.). We have put together this information article about the fly to help you recognize it, prevent it from becoming a pest, and manage it effectively once it has become a pest.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been agreed between CABI and BioProtection Global (BPG) – the worldwide federation of biocontrol and biopesticide industry associations – that will see BPG’s member alliances help to promote the use of the CABI BioProtection Portal around the world.
CABI today made its ground-breaking online bioprotection resource available on three continents. The CABI BioProtection Portal helps growers and pest management advisors identify, source and correctly apply biocontrol and biopesticide products for their specific crop-pest problems.
They are natural and have minimal environmental impact, plus they leave little or no toxic residues so we get cleaner and safer food. They can introduce different modes of action to their chemical counterparts, reducing the selection pressure for pesticide resistance.
The CABI BioProtection Portal officially launched on 13th February 2020 in Nairobi, Kenya. The portal is a free web-based online resource aimed at raising the awareness and uptake of biocontrol and biopesticide products by growers and advisors.