10 May Workshop on Protected Crops - Practical information to improve your PPP dossier for protected crops

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Our visitor address is Bennekomseweg 41, 6717 LL Ede. This is on walking distance from the trainstation Ede-Wageningen.

We were pleased to announce the one day workshop on Protected Crops – Practical information to improve your application dossier - on May 10 and May 12 at the Ctgb, in Ede, The Netherlands. Both days are already fully booked.

The focus of the workshop will be on the assessment of plant protection products for applications on protected crops. The workshop will be held in English.

The fee for this workshop is € 695,- per participant. If you would like to participate, please fill out the registration form below and return it by April 15, 2022.

If you are available on both dates, please tick both date boxes, which enables us to come to an equal distribution of participants over both days. You will be informed asap to which day you are assigned (both days have the same program).

The workshop starts at 09.45 h (registration opens at 09.15 h). For each topic, there will be adequate time allotted for discussion. The afternoon will end with networking drinks.

Please note that attendance is limited to a maximum of 25 participants per workshop. Cancellation after April 22, 2022 will not be reimbursed.
If the number of participants is not sufficient to fill up both workshops, only one workshop will take place.

If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact Ms Jiske de Wolf by telephone at +31 (0)317 471840 or by email.





Welcome and introduction


Protected crops in The Netherlands – in practice
Glastuinbouw Nederland

Greenhouse horticulture in The Netherlands in practice.


Greenhouse Emission Model
Wageningen environmental research

Explanation of the Greenhouse Emission Model (GEM).


Coffee break


Fate and behaviour

The protected crop guidance, zonal vs interzonal approach, soil-bound and soilless crops, scenario selection, model input parameters and application methods.





Evaluation in protected crops, distribution of trials, phytoxicity and extrapolation.


Human Toxicology – non-dietary exposure

Operator, worker, bystander and resident exposure assessment for professional and non-professional users in protected crops.

14.30 - 14.45

Coffee break
14.45 – 15.15


Evaluation in protected crops: an overview on relevant exposure routes for non-target organisms for professional and non-professional uses.


Q & A session


Networking reception

The workshop will be held in English.