Why Attend

Why 2021?

  • The UN General Assembly has proclaimed 2021 as the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH)
  • Increased awareness of the importance of healthy plants and the necessity to protect them in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals
  • 2021 will be unique and time-limited opportunity to get plant health, agriculture and crop protection issues before a new audience
  • FAO and IPPC have endorsed and included PHAB 2021 in the official IYPH schedule of events

Why the Netherlands?

  • The Dutch agricultural sector is widely seen as world-leading. Opportunity for the attendees to learn from Dutch innovations in agribusinesses
  • Dutch agricultural education cutting edge, and PHAB 2021 will attract Netherlands-based researchers 
  • The Dutch government is a strong supporter of agriculture as well as development cooperation, and participants will have an opportunity to interact with senior Dutch policy makers 

What’s unique?

  • Aims to bring together all plant health stakeholders (public, private, civil society and research) at the same time
  • Is committed to bringing young researchers and stakeholders from the Global South to the Netherlands
  • Is committed to highlighting the benefits of integrated crop management and alternatives to chemical crop protection
  • Aims to showcase and reward innovation with awards, opportunities to pitch for funding, field trips and side events

PHAB 2021 is an excellent platform to:

  • Raise your brand awareness

  • Spotlight your products and research in front of industry stakeholders and decision makers

  • Develop powerful relationships with the industry leaders

  • Generate new business leads

Share your knowledge, showcase your work, network with your colleagues, and engage in a cross-sector discussion regarding implementation challenges and best practices.

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