Efficacy

One of the requirements for registering an agrochemical is to be able to produce sufficient evidence that it shows the necessary level of activity. The results of field studies are reported and summarised in a Biological Assessment Dossier (BAD) according to EPPO or other regulatory zones. Besides efficacy trials, studies are also done to show the degree of selectivity, or to determine how the product influences the quantity and quality of the harvest.

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An additional, increasingly important aspect is estimating the risk of resistance development to all groups of active substances and demonstrating that measures are available to reduce this risk. An assessment is also made of the suitability of an agrochemical for Integrated Pest Management, which involves combining various different techniques to avoid or control damage to crops.

“Agronomic equivalence” of genetically modified plants

One of the requirements for the registration of genetically modified plants (GMOs) is to demonstrate in field trials that they are agronomically equivalent to conventional plants.

Our services with regard to agrochemical efficacy

  • Evaluation and summary of efficacy studies run according to GEP and EPPO standards
  • Support in setting up trials series
  • Compilation of reports and Biological Assessment Dossiers (BAD) according to the dRR format and regulation 1107/2009
  • Estimation of the risk of resistance development according to EPPO1/213
  • Strategies for Integrated Pest Management - IPM
  • Evaluation of genetically modified plants (GMOs) in comparison with conventional varieties (“agronomic equivalence”)
  • Check of Completeness (annex II, section 7)
  • Report writing and preparation of the respective dossier section (annex II, 7)
  • Development of registration strategies
Stefanie Schick Managing Director
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