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1 “Finding the C in Collaboration” Dr. Imme Gerke & Dr. Jacques Drolet May 2012 c AB

2 A Finding the c in collaboration

3 A B

4 A B

5 B A

6 C B A

7 C B A

8 International Development of Regulatory Globalization

9 10,000 x 10 x 5 x 100 = 50 million combinations International Development of Regulatory Globalization

10  WHY Because nobody has the necessary resources to address the growing pest problems and regulatory hurdles with current processes.

11 International Development of Regulatory Globalization  WHY Because nobody has the necessary resources to address the growing pest problems and regulatory hurdles with current processes.  WHO Users, Researchers, Academia, Manufacturers and Regulators.

12 International Development of Regulatory Globalization  WHY Because nobody has the necessary resources to address the growing pest problems and regulatory hurdles with current processes.  WHO Users, Researchers, Academia, Manufacturers and Regulators.  WHERE Worldwide – with every potential use site in every country.

13 International Development of Regulatory Globalization  WHY Because nobody has the necessary resources to address the growing pest problems and regulatory hurdles with current processes.  WHO Users, Researchers, Academia, Manufacturers and Regulators.  WHERE Worldwide – with every use site in every country.  HOW Communicate, exchange and share information: pest problems, control tools, data requirements, data availability, scientific rationales, regulatory reviews, etc.

14 International Development of Regulatory Globalization  WHY Because nobody has the necessary resources to address the growing pest problems and regulatory hurdles with current processes.  WHO Users, Researchers, Academia, Manufacturers and Regulators.  WHERE Worldwide – with every use site in every country.  HOW Communicate, exchange and share information: pest problems, control tools, data requirements, data availability, scientific rationales, regulatory reviews, etc.  WHEN Since 2002.

15 International Development of Regulatory Globalization  WHY Because nobody has the necessary resources to address the growing pest problems and regulatory hurdles with current processes.  WHO Users, Researchers, Academia, Manufacturers and Regulators.  WHERE Worldwide – with every use site in every country.  HOW Communicate, exchange and share information: pest problems, control tools, data requirements, data availability, scientific rationales, regulatory reviews, etc.  WHEN Since  WHAT Four user requested examples with minimum efforts for manufacturers and regulators.

16 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS)

17 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS)

18 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS)

19 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS) crop value trade barrier

20 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS) crop value trade barrier what other countries use

21 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS) crop value trade barrier 3 products what other countries use

22 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS) crop value trade barrier 3 products what other countries use

23 efficacy and crop safety International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS) crop value trade barrier 3 products what other countries use

24 efficacy and crop safety International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS) crop value trade barrier 3 products what other countries use academia and crop/pest specialists

25 efficacy and crop safety International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS) crop value trade barrier 3 products what other countries use academia and crop/pest specialists regulatory review, risk assessments and decisions

26 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I. Label Expansions using scientific rationales (IAS) crop value trade barrier what other countries use 3 products efficacy and crop safety academia and crop/pest specialists regulatory review, risk assessments and decisions 3 new products for the ornamental industry

27 International Development of Regulatory Globalization II. Increasing the number of uses in a data package

28 International Development of Regulatory Globalization II. Increasing the number of uses in a data package 4 major uses

29 International Development of Regulatory Globalization II. Increasing the number of uses in a data package 4 major uses foreign registrations

30 International Development of Regulatory Globalization II. Increasing the number of uses in a data package 4 major uses foreign registrations 33 USC

31 International Development of Regulatory Globalization II. Increasing the number of uses in a data package 4 major uses foreign registrations 33 USC > 120 uses

32 International Development of Regulatory Globalization II. Increasing the number of uses in a data package 4 major uses foreign registrations 33 USC > 120 uses

33 International Development of Regulatory Globalization II. Increasing the number of uses in a data package 4 major uses > 100 uses > 120 uses 33 USC foreign registrations

34 International Development of Regulatory Globalization III. User built data package:

35 International Development of Regulatory Globalization III. User built data package: from nursery to harvest

36 International Development of Regulatory Globalization III. User built data package: from nursery to harvest

37 International Development of Regulatory Globalization III. User built data package: from nursery to harvest TGAI (technical grade active ingredient)

38 International Development of Regulatory Globalization III. User built data package: from nursery to harvest TGAI (technical grade active ingredient) EP (end-use product) +

39 International Development of Regulatory Globalization III. User built data package: from nursery to harvest TGAI (technical grade active ingredient) EP (end-use product) + + vegetables ornamentals

40 International Development of Regulatory Globalization III. User built data package: from nursery to harvest TGAI (technical grade active ingredient) EP (end-use product) + + vegetables ornamentals scientific literature scientific rationales foreign use history

41 International Development of Regulatory Globalization III. User built data package: from nursery to harvest TGAI (technical grade active ingredient) EP (end-use product) + + vegetables ornamentals scientific literature scientific rationales foreign use history

42 International Development of Regulatory Globalization III. User built data package: TGAI (technical grade active ingredient) EP (end-use product) + + vegetables ornamentals scientific literature scientific rationales foreign use history from nursery to harvest various pathogens causing powdery mildew on any greenhouse crop

43 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically:

44 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically:

45 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically: 1.importer decreases MRLs 2.need to widen the range of importing countries

46 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically: 1.importer decreases MRLs 2.need to widen the range of importing countries identifying products and MRLs

47 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically: 1.importer decreases MRLs 2.need to widen the range of importing countries identifying products and MRLs identifying use patterns

48 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically: 1.importer decreases MRLs 2.need to widen the range of importing countries identifying products and MRLs identifying use patterns 1.

49 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically: 1.importer decreases MRLs 2.need to widen the range of importing countries identifying products and MRLs identifying use patterns 1.

50 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically: 1.importer decreases MRLs 2.need to widen the range of importing countries identifying products and MRLs identifying use patterns 1. 2.a

51 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically: 1.importer decreases MRLs 2.need to widen the range of importing countries identifying products and MRLs identifying use patterns 1. 2.a

52 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically: 1.importer decreases MRLs 2.need to widen the range of importing countries 1. 2.a 2.b identifying products and MRLs identifying use patterns spray calendar

53 International Development of Regulatory Globalization IV. Growing export crops strategically: 1.importer decreases MRLs 2.need to widen the range of importing countries identifying products and MRLs identifying use patterns 1. 2.a domestic and foreign regulators

54 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I.Increasing world population II.Need to improve nutrition for most III.Increased fiber and fuel crop production IV.Growing concerns in public health V.Higher pest pressure VI.Invasive alien species VII.Risk reduction VIII.Pest resistance IX.Growing complexity in risk assessments X.Increasing global trade XI.Improved compliance methods XII.Growing requests for traceability

55 International Development of Regulatory Globalization I.Increasing world population II.Need to improve nutrition for most III.Increased fiber and fuel crop production IV.Growing concerns in public health V.Higher pest pressure VI.Invasive alien species VII.Risk reduction VIII.Pest resistance IX.Growing complexity in risk assessments X.Increasing global trade XI.Improved compliance methods XII.Growing requests for traceability = to be achieved with stagnating resources

56 International Development of Regulatory Globalization  Grower Priority Database  IR4 Database  European Database  Global Needs Database


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