Pest Management Council of the Philippines

The Pest Management Council of the Philippines (PMCP) was organized in 1969 and formally launched in 1970 during its first national conference held on May 5-8, 1970 at the Central Philippine University in Iloilo City. Initially called the Pest Control Council of the Philippines (PCCP) until 1991, PMCP is a federation of five societies, namely, the Weed Science Society of the Philippines (WSSP), Philippine Association of Entomologists (PAE), Philippine Phytopathological Society (PPS), Pest Control Association of the Philippines (PCAP) and the Agricultural Pesticides Institute of the Philippines (APIP). APIP later changed its name to Crop Protection Association of the Philippines (CPAP). In 2003, CropLife was the latest addition to this federation.

CropLife Philippines

logo croplife 1CropLife Philippines is an association of companies that help improve the productivity of Filipino farmers and contribute to Philippine food security in a sustainable way. It belongs to a global (CropLife International)and regional (CropLife Asia) network of national associations and member-companies representing the plant science industry.

Weed Science Society of the Philippines

logo wssp 1The Weed Science Society of the Philippines (WSSP) was organized on September 6, 1968 by individuals who were interested in the study and control of weeds and who recognized the increasing problems posed by weeds in agricultural crops in the country.