Interview with Jennifer Lewis (IBMA) on the biological revolution

Jennifer Lewis is Executive Director of the IBMA (International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association), and a key voice in the international biological control industry.

Beneficial organisms from nature

Biotechnological processes rely on the forces and potentials that nature makes available to us. Some of these potentials have been used for many hundreds of years, such as in brewing beer or baking with yeast fungi.

Webinar: Nematodes for biocontrol of the Mediterranean Fruit-fly

Fruit flies are the most common harmful pest in fruit and vegetables supply chain.
They are challenging fruit production and trading at all levels from the orchard to the groceries selves. In addition, new tropical species are increasingly entering the EU.

Biological control on seeds will play a key role in future agriculture

Partners of the project ‘Changing the system of seed health: an initiative of industry and research towards a paradigm shift’, co-financed by the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, met on 6 July 2023 at e-nema to discuss the achieved results and to visit the e-nema facilities.