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Hands-on laboratory based training in fit-for-purpose analytical techniques for food safety.
Rapid access to pesticide approvals, label information and pesticide MRLs.
Fera is the National Reference Laboratory (NRL) for chemical contaminants in food and animal feed, pesticides and veterinary drug residues.
The National Collection of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria houses virtually all known bacterial plant pathogens of importance to the Agricultural and Horticultural sectors. Strains are supplied freeze dried in glass ampoules and also as live cultures on agar for diagnostic, research, and Industrial applications.
Pest and disease identification services for horticultural and agricultural crops, garden plants and plant-based products.
Search our database of peer-reviewed journal papers, book chapters and conference proceedings published by Fera scientists.
The Food and Environment Research Agency's partner and customer newsletter.
Information sourced from monitoring sites located across the country and reports up to date measurements of crop pest and disease activity in arable crops throughout England.
Fera is developing a crop protection centre to deliver 'integrated' solutions to safeguard yield and quality in both arable and horticultural crops.
Expert training courses in exposure modelling and regulatory risk assessment procedures for plant protection products and veterinary medicinal products/feed additives.
FAPAS, FEPAS, Gemma, Leap and Phytopas are proficiency testing schemes for laboratories worldwide to assess their proficiency in chemical and microbiological analysis.
A comprehensive guide to EU food contaminants legislation and residue limits for food industry professionals.
Global database of pesticide approvals and maximum residue levels (MRLs).
Rapid access to recall, alert and food safety information across all food sectors from around the world.
A joint initiative with the University of York that will address the key issues of food security and the environmental sustainability of food and non-food crop production systems.
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