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.
CropLife Asia promotes the benefits and responsible use of crop protection and plant biotechnology products, as well as sound regulatory frameworks in support of sustainable agriculture in the Asia-Pacific region. CropLife Asia supports the work of 15 member associations and is led by member companies at the forefront of crop production research and development.
Crop protection protects biodiversity by controlling noxious, invasive weeds that may choke waterways or overrun natural habitats. They also aid in the safety of America’s roadways by keeping road signs, right-of-ways, power lines, and railroad tracks visible and clear from weeds.
Virginia Farmers Talk Conservation
Virginia Farm Conservation
This past August, CropLife America staff attended the 2010 "Conservation in Action Tour." in Williamsburg, VA. Held by Conservation Technology Information Center, the tours foucused on Central Virginia farms and their conservation practices. In the first of two videos, James Wallace of New King County, VA talks about the conservation practices on Mainland Farm. Through various land management methods Mainland Farm continues to have some of the most progressive agriculture in the coastal plains of Virginia.