Our article on the General Principles to Justify Plant Biostimulant Claims has been published! It covers topics including other sources of evidence than trials and considers how to keep the number of trials reasonable while ensuring that the results are …
March 29, 2019
With a resounding 538 to 38 margin, Members of the European Parliament voted to approve the Compromise on the Fertilising Products Regulation (FPR) on Wednesday, 27 March 2019.
The European Biostimulants Industry Council welcomed 2 new members to its dynamic and rapidly growing community of companies active in Europe, raising its membership to 58.
EBIC hails the expected agreement on the regulation as a substantial step forward on the path to a well-functioning innovative regulatory framework for bringing novel, bio-based, and sustainable products such as biostimulants to market.
On 12 November 2018, the European Biostimulants Industry Council (EBIC) elected a new President Luca Bonini, CEO and owner of Italpollina, a founding member of EBIC.
Decision makers must provide fertile ground for EU's continued leadership in the biostimulant industry by adopting regulation according to the current state of negotiations and building in an iterative revision process to continue improving and refining the regulation.
Yara International recently joined EBIC, raising EBIC’s membership to 57.
EBIC joined the voices commenting on the draft FAO Code of Conduct for the Use and Management of Fertilizers. FAO is the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.
In its new policy paper, “The crucial role of the bioeconomy in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals”, the European Bioeconomy Alliance (EBA) describes the crucial role the bioeconomy plays across the three pillars of sustainable development: environmental, societal and …
Speakers from the US Biological Products Industry Alliance (BPIA), the Standardization Administration of the P.R. China (SAC), and industry, all agreed today that Europe has been a pioneer in developing biostimulants. F