• Who we are

    Welcome to the webpages of Herbicide Resistance Action Committee - Europe (EHRAC). The group is a specialist technical committee consisting of European industry representatives from the major crop protection and plant science companies. The committee works closely with Global HRAC and the other Regional HRAC groups as well as affiliated organisations including CropLife International and the European Crop Protection Association (ECPA).

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  • Weed Fact Sheets

    HRAC Europe in conjunction with various weed experts are in the process of developing Fact Sheets on weeds relevant to the European situation. The information covered includes weed biology, the impact of agronomic measures on occurrence and spread, observed resistance in Europe and best management practices. Attached at the end of the Fact Sheets is a list of relevant references. The first Weed Fact Sheets published includes Apera spica-venti, Echinochloa crus-galli and Lolium species. Others are being developed and will be published in due course

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  • MoA Classification Revisions Explained

    EHRAC have prepared a short slide deck explaining the changes and revisions to the HRAC Mode of Action Classification along with the associated CropLife International product labelling guidance. This is now available in English, German, French, Italian, Greek, Hungarian, Polish and Russian

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  • New MoA-Labelling Guidance from CropLife

    A MoA labelling icon was developed by CropLife International (CLI) and the RACs (F/H/I), to support a uniform inclusion of MoA information on product labels. CLI would encourage pesticide regulatory authorities to consider the mandatory use of the icons and the global icon format.

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  • Advice on use of actives from MoA Group 15

    Global HRAC and HRAC Europe support combination of sequence of active ingredients belonging to former groups N and K3 (new group 15)

    A GHRAC Working Group published common advice regarding the combination or sequence of actives ingredients belonging to group 15. The recommendation letter can be accessed in English, German, Spanish, French and Portuguese.

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  • Test Methods

    The test method references included in these pages are for information only. By making these available on its site, EHRAC does not imply approval of any particular method or any preference.

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  • Publications

    Links to key publications are included providing information relevant to managing herbicide resistance in Europe. Please also refer to publication and links on the global HRAC pages as these are often relevant and can provide additional information on herbicide resistance in Europe.

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  • Contact

    Information on the current EHRAC member company representatives is provided along with the contact details for the EHRAC Chairman and Coordinator. Please reach out to us if have any questions or make contact via the global HRAC group.

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