CropLife SA offers a variety of memberships and subscriptions you can join as an individual or company, below is a list of what we can offer you.
Below are the different types of memberships and subscriptions, to learn more about each subscription or membership please click on the learn more button.
Tip: Choosing the correct option will save time and make the process fluid.
|Select||CropLife South Africa Member||Membership||6 500.00 ZAR||Learn more|
|CPD participation is optional when choosing the option above|
|Select||Agri-Intel Member||Subscription||1 000.00 ZAR||Learn more|
|Select||Basic Crop Protection Course||Subscription||8 625.00 ZAR||Learn more|
Be the first to know about all matters covered by CropLife that affects the industry (local and international)
Access a range of industry information tools (such as Agri-Intel) and education modules (waste management programmes, responsible use, GHS compliance etc.)
Participate in a number of working groups, forums and action committees consisting of key industry role–players to address pressing matters affecting the crop protection industry (small pack, pollinator, stewardship and regulatory affairs, to name but a few)
Participate in the CPD programme and receive a digital card if compliant
Access to accurate, up-to-date and user-friendly agrochemical information is essential in the successful management of crop protection strategies and the risks related to the use of agrochemical products in the highly competitive local and international markets.
Agri-Intel provides access to the information contained in the agrochemical database of products registered for use in South Africa. These products include insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, growth regulators, and adjuvants amongst others.
Agri-Intel provides information about maximum residue limits (MRLs) for South Africa and a number of export destinations, pre-harvest intervals (PHIs) and market preferences for major European retailers.
The online Basic Crop Protection course provides an overview of the crop protection industry and aims to set a minimum standard for people active in the industry. Topics include pests, weeds and diseases, safe and responsible use of crop protection products, regulations that govern the industry and integrated pest management (IPM).