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This website by CropLife International provides information about pesticides as they relate to human health. The full lifecycle of pesticides is addressed – from testing and regulation to minimization of pesticide residues in food as well as farm worker safety and good manufacturing practices.

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Importance & Benefits of Pesticides

Without crop protection, including pesticides, more than half of the world’s crops would be lost to insects, diseases and weeds.

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Pesticide Testing & Regulation

Pesticides are some of the most tested and regulated products in the world.

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Adverse Effects

A strong regulatory system ensures that people and wildlife are not exposed to pesticides at levels that may cause adverse effects.

Reference Values for Regulation

Regulatory reference or safety values for pesticides are acceptable levels of potential exposure to humans and wildlife.

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Congratulations Dr. Sara Evanega, professor at the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research and the founding director of the Alliance for Science, for being awarded the CAST 2021 Borlaug Communications Award! Read more here! https://t.co/1covDI9Xo5
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“Please look at the bigger picture if you want to solve the undernourishment problem. The fire that burns in the pit of the stomach can only be quenched by the divine powers in a loaf of bread made from grain ...
Gene editing delivers more predictable #food quality and security. Find out exactly how in this #FridayFacts short video and in our series of #geneediting fact sheets w/ @Better_Seed @CropLifeIntl @EuroseedsEU: https://t.co/rInvm0crpP

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Did you know: #plantbreeding involves long-established safeguards and processes? #FridayFacts

Find out more in our series of 1-pagers on #geneediting developed with @better_seed @CropLifeIntl @EuroseedsEU: https://t.co/Du29x7ctVd https://t.co/WYQBugA6Xa
Sustainable #foodsystems can utilize decades of innovation and hard work from farmers, agronomists, plant scientists, and others who combined their efforts to massively increase the productivity of the planet’s farmland, ultimately helping #foodsecurity. https://t.co/KvSQL5xHNf https://t.co/47AW2Y86Wg
Thrilled to have had a great @GlobalFarmerNet farmers discussion during a virtual side event to the @WorldFoodPrize Borlaug Dialogue. Number 1️⃣ challenge among these farmers? Misguided policy. @BayKbs @alannakochsk @CropLifeAmerica #trade #FoodPrize21 https://t.co/KeGlhpIhOW https://t.co/yV7wUC0xmI
Last week on International Day of Rural Women, CropLife Asia organized a webinar - Spotlight on Rural Women in Agriculture - watch the conversations here: https://t.co/zm5ic4WQ66
Plants account for almost 80% of our diets – that’s why farmers have #pesticides that help them grow healthy crops!… https://t.co/T9to0SRZ0g

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