Bees help coffee in the face of climate change
Recently, a study was published that analyzes how coffee would be affected in the region with the highest grain production in the world: Latin America. The good news is that the diversity of species of bees will help compensate the lack of adaptability of the plant to climate change thanks to pollination.
CropLife Latin America virtual course platform
Our virtual friendly navigation platform, five free virtual courses are offered in Spanish, three of them in Portuguese, aimed at improving the understanding of the responsible and ethical use of phytosanitary products to maximize their benefits, reduce risks and promote agriculture sustainable development.
Latest ecological fake news scare: Like the ‘honeybee armageddon’ narrative, pesticide-driven ‘insect-pocalypse’ claim is collapsing
Recently, news and advocacy groups sites have been afire with dire warnings that man’s days on earth are (once again) numbered, this time due to the accelerating extinction of all of the world’s insects. There’s no doubt this ‘crisis study’ has served the authors’ apparent purpose in generating media alarm and arming environmental advocacy groups with a new apocalypse to sharpen their attacks on intensive farming and, especially, pesticides. Before legislators and intimidated regulators spring into action, they should reflect on the faux bee-pocalypse crisis.
Access to technologies and adoption of Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) are the keys to agriculture in Latin America
Interview with Valdemar Fischer, Chairman of the Board and José Perdomo, Executive President of CropLife Latin America
Food Heroes - Chile
Two food heroes from Chile share what they do and what inspires them to be part of the agriculture chain.
Crop Protection Contributions toward Agricultural Productivity
The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology published an essay about the benefits of crop protection technologies and its impact on agricultural productivity.