Biocontrol products

A pioneering service provider in Bioinputs, in 2011 Staphyt dedicated a specialised team to studying these products, the Bioteam. This cross-functional team brings together experts in plant physiology and plant pathology, agronomy and regulatory watch specialising in alternative methods of crop protection.

Our regulatory experts support you in placing your biopesticides products on the European market, in line with European or national requirements.

You need to

  • Identify the regulations applicable to your substance and/or product and its use,
  • Define a European or national approval strategy,
  • Assess the “low risk” status for your substance or your product,
  • Select laboratories capable of conducting studies suited to the nature of your active substance or your product,
  • Define and monitor your trial programme (efficacy, selectivity and/or residue),
  • Submit an experimental use permit application dossier,
  • Declare a new naturally derived active substance,
  • Place your products containing a naturally derived substance on the market,
  • Communicate with the French and European authorities,
  • Submit the Anti-Poison Centre declarations for the hazardous products placed on the European market.

Our expertise

  • Assist you with any regulatory issue,
  • Respond to new requirements, prepare a pitch or exemption application, until authorisation is obtained,
  • Reformat your existing dossiers to tailor them to the appropriate parameters for a country’s national requirements,
  • Assess the existing studies and identify the missing or critical data,
  • Monitor your GLP studies and GEP tests, obtain comprehensive, high-quality test reports within the allotted time frame,
  • Provide a relevant and convincing pitch for the data and biological properties of your product,
  • Produce your European and national biological assessment dossiers (BADs),
  • Draw up and submit registration dossiers, including risk assessments (dRR format),
  • Liaise with the French and European authorities,
  • Determine, check or adapt the CLP classification and the labelling of your products, and prepare safety data sheets (including extended SDS) for your substances and products, according to European regulations and specific national provisions,
  • Declare your products to Anti-Poison Centers (Art. 45 CLP) of European Member States.