Kerona Scientific

Kerona Scientific

With offices in Ireland, Spain, and the UK, Kerona Scientific is an award-winning European based regulatory consultancy providing a wide range of services for the registration of plant protection products, plant biostimulants, biopesticides, fertilisers, biocides and adjuvants throughout the EU.

Kerona provides a full range of expert services to support client registration in Europe, including strategic regulatory advice on new product introductions and maintenance and expansion of existing product ranges. Our clients benefit from our multilingual and multidisciplinary team of experts in analytical chemistry, toxicology, environmental fate, ecotoxicology, microbiology, and biochemistry. We assist with all aspects of data generation and dossier preparation, such as data gap analysis, data review, study commissioning, dossier preparation, technical equivalence, and risk assessments for human health, consumer and the environment.

We also provide a wide range of support services, for data access negotiations, representation with EU authorities and task forces, only representative, document management, labelling, CLP/GHS, SDS authoring and literature searches. Drawing on our experience of more than 40 years in regulatory management, we advise on the most efficient and expeditious pathway to success for national and regional authorisation, under Plant Protection Product legislation (Regulation 1107/2009) and the Fertilising Products Regulation (FPR, Regulation 2019/1009).

We are proud to work with all our clients and delighted that many of the leading companies worldwide have chosen to work with us. Our clients include global multinationals and SMEs from the plant protection, plant biostimulant, biopesticide, biocide and chemical sectors.

Kerona Scientific Ltd.
14 Thomas Hand Street
Skerries, Co Dublin, K34 A375
Tel: +353 (0)1 849 5284

Main Contacts: Dr Irene McGrath, Managing Director,, +353 (0)1849 5284
and Greg O’Brien, Chief Operating Officer,, +353 (0)1849 5284

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