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    Crop Protection Research Institute (CPRI)

    The Crop Protection Research Institute (CPRI) is a research unit of the CropLife Foundation. Established in January 2004, CPRI is a non-advocacy research organization focused on th...  

    The Crop Protection Research Institute (CPRI) is a research unit of the CropLife Foundation. Established in January 2004, CPRI is a non-advocacy research organization focused on the economic analysis of agricultural pests, pest management, and pesticide use and regulation in the United States. Among CPRIs core projects are the National Pesticide Use Database, the development of a series of case studies describing the benefits of pesticides, promotion of the collection and use of pesticide use data in regulatory and policy decision making, and analysis of the impact of regulatory and policy decisions upon pest management in U.S. agriculture. CPRIs goal is to inform the public discussion surrounding pest management policy, employing written reports, presentations, panel discussions, and web-based media to reach as broad an audience as possible. CPRI is dedicated to utilizing information from the public domain and making all of its completed work freely available to the public. Leonard Gianessi is Director of the Crop Protection Research Institute. The Institutes financial sponsors include CropLife America, CropLife International, Arysta Life Science, Chemtura, United Phosphorus, Monsanto, Dow AgroSciences, Syngenta, ISK Biosciences, BASF, AMVAC, Gowan, Valent, Cheminova, Bayer CropSciences, Dupont, Nufarm, and FMC. Additional funds have been received from the United States Geological Survey and the United States Department of Agriculture.  

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