Thank you to all who registered for the BPIA 2021 Annual Meeting. Most of the sessions have been recorded and are available below for your review. Please plan to join us for next year’s meeting May 17-18, 2022, in Monterey, CA.

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Thursday, May 20, 2021

BPIA – Special Welcoming Speakers

Moderator: Amy Roberts, Lallemand Plant Care
Speakers: Congressman Jimmy Panetta; Michal Ilana Freedhoff, EPA; Steve Crook, USDA; and Kellie Adesina, Bayer

State of the Biological Products Industry Discussion

Moderator: Rick Melnick
Speakers: Mark Trimmer, Manel Cevera, and Massimo Toni all with DunhamTrimmer.

How Do I Know if My Product is a Biostimulant?

Moderator: Terry Stone, Corteva
Speakers: Patrick Doyle, Plant Response; Carrie Link, Marrone Bio Innovations; and David Hiltz, Acadian Plant Health

Ask the Experts

Moderator: Jennifer Lilly, Indigo Ag
Experts: Rob Jones, Delta Analytical Corporation and Bonnie MacCulloch, ERM

Are Biological Products Really Just for Organic Customers

Moderator: Boomer Cardinale, UPL
Speakers: Moriah LaChapell, Wilbur-Ellis; Gaston Salinas, Botanical Solutions; and Jay Stroh, Albaugh

Friday, May 21, 2021

How Can Biological Products Help With Climate Change?

Moderator: Cate Thorin, Novozymes
Speakers: Callie Eideberg, EDF; Cory Harris, LD for Rep. Jim Baird; and Riya Mehta, LA for Rep. Jimmy Panetta

Ask the Experts 2

Moderator: Damon Cory-Watson, Delta Analytical Corporation
Experts: Melinda Bowman, Compliance Services International and Keith Matthews, Wiley Rein

What Does the PMRA Project Renewal Program Mean for Me?

Moderator: Janice Asato, Certis USA
Speakers: Jason Proceviat, PMRA; Lars Juergensen, PMRA; and Cindy Smith, Conn & Smith

Are Biological Products Integral to the Future Growth of Your Business?

Moderator: Luke Schryver, Green Products Company
Speakers: Drew Afton, Nestle; Michael Bledsoe, Village Farms;Nick David, R.D. Offutt Farms; and Daniel Hartwig, Woolf Farming