Regulatory support for the placing of biostimulant products on markets in Europe
What this site is about
You need a first understanding of the regulatory context of your product?
That's what I work on almost on a daily basis. The legislation for biostimulants is not yet harmonised throughout Europe. In order to get you an idea of how the situation looks in the different countries, I have summarised some of it on this website. Have a look. If you have other questions, write to me.
I do my very best to publish new information as soon as I can and as regularly as possible. However, the last month have been too busy and I was not able to do so. In case you do not want to miss when a new document or information that goes online, subscribe to our website updates.
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Evelyne E Güsken
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