The European Biostimulant Industry Council (EBIC) promotes the contribution of plant biostimulants to make agriculture more sustainable and resilient and in doing so promotes the growth and development of the European Biostimulant Industry. EBIC was founded in June 2011 as the European Biostimulant Industry Consortium and changed its named when it gained legal identity in 2013.
The Biological Products Industry Alliance (BPIA) promotes the responsible development of safe and effective biological products including biopesticides and biostimulants as beneficial tools for commercial agriculture, forestry, golf courses, home gardens, horticulture, ornamentals, and public health through education, outreach and advocacy activities at the state, federal and international levels.
The Biostimulant Coalition is a group of interested parties cooperating to proactively address regulatory and legislative issues involving biological or naturally-derived additives and / or similar products, including but not limited to bacterial or microbial inoculants, biochemical materials, amino acids, humic acids, fulvic acid, seaweed extract and other similar materials. The coalition is a nonprofit affiliation of interested parties.
Biostimulant.com presents non-commercial content in a friendly and informative manner, invites interaction throughout the agriculture/horticulture community, and bridges users to technical, scientific, and regulatory information on a global scale.
The U.S. EPA is considering heavier regulation of the biostimulants industry, and industry leaders gave them an earful in a formal comment period that recently ended.
Luca Bonini knows there are short- and long-term challenges facing the biostimulants industry. As the new President of the European Biostimulants Industry Council (EBIC), he is ready to directly confront those challenges.
Rise in Demand for Sustainable Agricultural Solutions to Drive Market Transparency Market Research.
In recognition of the growing categories of products generally known as plant biostimulants, this draft document gives guidance on which products are (and are not) subject to regulation under FIFRA as plant regulator pesticides, and what kinds of claims can be made for them.
The biostimulant industry remains in search of an official identity.
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, also known as the Farm Bill, which was signed into law on December 20, 2018, provides the first statutory language about plant biostimulants in any federal law. The is the first law in the United States to recognize the importance of plant biostimulants as an emerging technology for agriculture.