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Join the campaign against the illegal trade of pesticides

Illegal pesticides threaten development, destroy crops and generate economic losses. CropLife Latin America, along with its network of national associations in Latin America, works with authorities, companies and farmers to make visible this issue and fight it in every country. These are some of the actions against illegal trade during 2018. 

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Farmers and beekeepers: a perfect marriage?  

Mutual cooperation between farmers and beekeepers, the responsible use of pesticides, and good beekeeping practices are key conditions to protect pollinators. However, communication between both sectors is non-existent in many areas, and knowledge about pollination and its benefits is scarce for many farmers in the region. 

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Latin America Advances in improving agrochemical sector regulations

Latin America advances in improving agrochemical sector regulations. These are some advances in 2018:

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How to improve agricultural and beekeeping practices for the health of bees?

Given the growing interest in the health of bees and pollinators in general, CropLife Latin America is launching this course that promotes communication and cooperation between beekeepers and farmers.

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Organic is neither safer nor more nutritious

The director of the European Food Safety Authority talks about the differences between real risks in food and what we perceive as consumers. 

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Did you know… Recognition and trust in modern agriculture are key to strengthening the agricultural potential of Latin America

To produce more in less land, to reduce the environmental footprint of agriculture, to harvest abundant, healthy and safe food with the help of science and technology are some of the pillars of "Modern Agriculture", which today is transforming much of the Agricultural areas of Latin America.

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Food Production Superpower Rejects Regulatory Disruption

Latin America is home to 635 million people, accounting for nearly 9 percent of the global population. This vast region also possesses 40 percent of the planet’s biodiversity.

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CropLife Latin America trained 4,968 people with its virtual courses

In 2016 the free offer of five virtual courses on responsible management of plant protection products or pesticides by CropLife Latin America was widely welcomed in countries like Mexico, Colombia and Peru, where the highest number of students was recorded.

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Biotechnology in Soybeans is Essential for the Production of Meat, Eggs and Milk

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Importance of Pesticides for Growing Rice in Latin America

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Importance of Herbicides for No-Till Agriculture in South America

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Importance of Pesticides for Growing Wheat in Latin America

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Importance of Pesticides for Growing Maize in Latin America

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