A key objective of the WBF is raising awareness
of ongoing research and progress in bioprotection, as well as creating more general investor interest in the sector. Recent articles are listed below.

WBF members wishing to share links to their recent articles – which meet the WBF’s objectives for raising awareness and the profile of the bioprotection sector – should email details to Sarah Harding, PhD, Communications Director, at:

WBF Research Foundation Launches Global Microbial Consortium to Advance Sustainable Agriculture Through Microbial Solutions

The WBF Research Foundation has taken a giant leap forward in revolutionising the agricultural industry with the formation of the Global Microbial Consortium.
© World BioProtection Forum

WBF Research Foundation launches Global Microbial Consortium to advance sustainable agriculture

Global Microbial Consortium will engage with industry experts to establish the commercial potential of identified microbial strains.
© public domain

WBF Research Foundation launches global microbial consortium

The Global Microbial Consortium will establish an international network of institutions committed to identifying and developing microbial-based solutions for biocontrol, biostimulants, and biofertilizers
© ICN Bureau

The World BioProtection Forum (WBF) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Asian PGPR Society for Sustainable Agriculture, under which both parties have committed to working together to help advance knowledge in biologicals for sustainable agriculture.

Biological agriculture for the management of pests, diseases and plant health is a fast-growing segment of Agriculture, and biological solutions offer safe and sustainable

WBF Advisor Prof. Shashi Sharma talks about plant parasitic nematodes.

In today’s globalized world, food security is a pressing concern for millions of people. However, a silent threat to our food supply goes unnoticed,
© Linkedin

WBF’s Chairman talks biocontrol and the organisation’s strategy for advancing the sector and its members’ success

The World BioProtection Forum (WBF), headquartered at Swansea University in the UK, was established in 2019 with the vision of bridging the gap between
© AgroPages

WBF India summit brainstorms bio ag industry pain points

A lack of global representation constricts the biological industry’s scope despite it having the potential to address the vacuum created by regulatory embargoes on
© chemweek

Proceedings of the Annual World BioProtection Summit and Awards

The World BioProtection Forum (WBF) is a not-for-profit organisation founded to address some of the issues unique to the biocontrol sector.
© AgroPages

Biopesticide registration | Difficulties and challenges within the industry

So, how hard is it to obtain biopesticide registration for your new product? This guide offers insights for bringing your products to market.
© AgroPages

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