International Phytosanitary Consultancy. EU Plant Health Expertise. Sustainable Plant Protection in Practice. EU Data Protection Expertise.
What We Do
Protecting the growing plants against invasions of non-native pests, diseases and harmful plants by supporting National Plant Protection Organisations in statutory system approach to mitigation of the main risks in agriculture, forestry and nature.
Supporting safe import, production and export of agricultural plants used as natural feed and food, seeds or as ornamental plants. Providing with special requirements and additional declarations in phytosanitary certificates.
Sharing experience in sustainable agriculture, good practices and integrated plant protection in plant production systems, including non-chemical, preventive and chemical methods, scouting, monitoring and prognostic methods.
Expertise in Numbers
pages of legal acts
years of experience
Do you need an advice?
There has never been more difficult to import and export food of plant origin than in 2022. Especially, if we want to eat organic. Organic means working with nature, but also bringing nature with consignments. Which is banned in international trade.
- Local needs respected
- Accurate content
- Safety information
- Technical support in procedures
- Any country – Worlwide
Fruits of Momordica (CN ex 0709 99 90) originating from third countries where Thrips palmi is known to occur are banned for import to EU, unless…
North Macedonia & Serbia
Training of EU inspectors
The Latest News
- EU lists of regulated plants and other goodsIn the EU, lists of regulated plants and other articles have been amended due to risk of quarantine pests. The lists shall be used from 11 of April 2022. Take a look, how this might impact import and trade.
- EU lists of regulated pestsLists of EU quarantine pests and regulated non-quarantine pests has been changed from 11 April 2022. This may affect the import and trade of host plants and other regulated goods.
- How to survey plants?The first EU guidelines for planning surveys of new and quarantine plant pests have been published in April 2020 by EFSA Plant health panel. Official surveys have been in place in EU Memeber States for two decades based on international standards. “How to organise a national detection survey?” is a question I have been often asked and provided answers.