CONFERENCE & TRADESHOW

March 3-5, 2015 | Fresno Convention Center, Fresno, CA


See the 2015 Biocontrols Conference Tentative Agenda!!

 

WHY BIOCONTROLS 2015?

As Western growers and their advisers face growing pressure to develop softer crop protection programs that will fulfill maximum

residue level (MRL) requirements and meet sustainability objectives, biocontrols become an increasingly critical piece of their puzzle.

Meister Media Worldwide, in conjunction with the Biopesticide Industry Alliance (BPIA), developed Biocontrols 2015 to bring

crop protection experts, experienced practitioners and suppliers together to share new information about biopesticides in both

conventional and organic production, review results of efficacy trials, describe best practices and examine the place of biocontrols

in resistance management. This inaugural event is a can’t-miss educational opportunity for Western growers, pest control advisers

(PCAs) and others actively involved in crop protection decision-making.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

• Pest Control Advisers (PCAs)

• Fruit Growers

• Vegetable Growers

• Ornamental Growers

• Cotton Growers

• Extension / County Agents

• Distributors / Fieldmen

• University / Extension

...in California, Arizona, Oregon and Washington

 

TRADESHOW HIGHLIGHTS & OPPORTUNITIES

The tradeshow floor will come alive with exciting products, ideas and

demonstrations as leading suppliers share their cutting-edge products

and solutions at Biocontrols 2015. Sponsorship and

exhibition packages to fulfill every objective and satisfy every

budget will be available. Stay tuned for

more information.

 

CONFERENCE SESSION HIGHLIGHTS

The Biocontrols 2015 educational program, “Primed for Growth,”

will feature information and insights from thought leaders across the

region. Through presentations and panel discussions, these experts

will explore a variety of topics, including:

• Production - Driving quality and productivity through the

use of biopesticides

• Pest Management - Using biopesticides in resistance

management programs

• Specificity - Preserving beneficials, including pollinators

• Crop Focus - Delving into the details of important local crops

• Marketing - Using biopesticides to manage maximum residue

levels (MRLs) and buyer/global supply relationships

• Sustainability - Using biocontrols in sustainability initiatives

 

MAKE PLANS TODAY TO PARTICIPATE!

For more information, visit Biocontrols Conference.com or contact: Jenna Rymer Conference Coordinator 440.602.9139 jrymer@meistermedia.com