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SePRO Corporation

Formed in 1993, SePRO focuses on acquiring, developing, manufacturing and marketing value-added products for such specialty applications as aquatics and horticulture. The result: highly effective solutions and services never before available to these smaller markets.

The CropLife Network

CropLife Africa Middle East

CropLife Africa Middle East, a member of CropLife International, represents the plant science industry and a network of national associations in 30 countries in Africa and the Middle East. The "Plant Science Industry" includes manufacturers and distributors of crop protection products (pesticides) seeds and biotechnology products.

Crop Protection Facts

Crop protection products combat global malnutrition and starvation by increasing crop yields, helping families worldwide afford more fresh produce. Currently, one-sixth of the world population, over 900 million people, suffers from malnutrition and continued advances in crop protection are needed as the world’s population grows.

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Researchers & Students

The Researches & Students page is a one stop source for all things educational and research oriented at CropLifeAmerica.org. Here you will find case studies from a wide variety of sources, more about the benefits of crop protection, as well as technology surrounding the industry.

Crop Research and Science

Alt here CropLife America encourages continued research into industry technology by providing a collection of studies in pest management and crop protection. Learn More

Crop Protection & Pesticide Issues

Alt here CropLife America is fully engaged on issues affecting American agriculture and the chemical crop protection industry. Learn More

Benefits of Crop Protection

Alt here Crop protection technology helps control the thousands of weed species, harmful insects and numerous plant diseases that afflict crops. Learn More

Need More Info

For All Legal Inquiries
CropLife America Legal Dept.
1156 15th Street, NW.
Washington, DC 20005
T: 202.296.1585
F: 202.463.4074

For All General Inquiries
CropLife America Communications
1156 15th Street, NW.
Washington, DC 20005
T: 202.296.1585
F: 202.463.4074
 

Topics of Interest

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management practices (IPMs) allow farmers to reduce energy use, environmental risk and production costs while maintaining quality output and helping improve water, air and soil quality. for more abouut IMP, click here.

Persistent Organic Pollutants and Prior Informed Consent

CropLife America supports the intent of the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants and the Rotterdam Convention on Prior Informed Consent, international treaties which have not yet been ratified by the United States. The crop protection industry supports prompt enactment of legislation to ratify these international conventions, so that the U.S. can fully participate in the proceedings, decisions or outcomes of these treaties. Click here to find out more.

Clean Water Act: Pesticide Pollution Discharge Elimination

The crop protection industry and our regulators take environmental and health concerns into account as products are developed and registered for the purpose of supporting America’s agriculture to ensure the nation’s food supply remains abundant and affordable. For more information, click here.

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