At a time when the importance of understanding the nature and impact of EU directives and regulations for agricultural production has never been greater, the British Crop Production Council (BCPC) Congress, in association with TSGE Forum, returns to Brighton this October for what promises to be a powerful and timely event.
The theme of the 2013 Congress will be the regulatory challenges to industry and consequences for agricultural production.
Delivered by internationally recognised scientists, influential industry representatives and senior regulatory authority experts, the two day programme will provide an assessment of the effects of a challenging regulatory environment on the status of, and future prospects for, the plant protection industry.
The BCPC promotes the use of good science and technology in the understanding and application of effective and sustainable crop production. TSGE Forum is part of Technical Sciences Group Europe, an independent European regulatory consulting company providing scientific and registration services to the chemical industry, government and law firms. TSGE Forum provides the regulatory community with quality conferences, training and associated events.
NAK has developed and hosts a website through which delegates, sponsors and exhibitors can register to participate in the 2013 BCPC Congress.