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Vietnam intends to ban many active ingredients such as chlorothalonil, mancozeb and atrazine

Posttime: 2021-12-01

On November 29, Vietnams PPD urgently issued a draft of new regulation. Some active ingredients that have toxic effect to human health, livestock, ecosystems and the environment will be gradually removed from the permitted use list of in 2022-2023. In the second quarter of 2022, the insecticides carbosulfan and benfuracarb will be banned. Chlorothalonil will...

GMO crops have reduced pesticide poisoning among farmers, report finds

Posttime: 2021-11-26

By Joseph Maina Many countries have enjoyed improved economies and healthier populations by farming genetically modified (GM) crops, according to a report from the United Kingdom. A primary benefit has been a reduction in pesticide poisoning among farm workers, particularly smallholder farmers, due to the low pesticide use associated with GM crops, observes ...

Albaugh opens 2 factories to increase pesticide production in Brazil

Posttime: 2021-11-17

Albaugh opened two new plants in Brazil to produce fungicides and insecticides with an SC formulation or suspension concentrate. The investment for the expansion happens in synergy with the companys growth and reinforces its commitment to the sustainable agenda, according to President of Albaugh Brasil, Cesar Rojas. According to Industrial Director at Albaug...

U.S. EPA releases final biological evaluations for glyphosate, atrazine, and simazine

Posttime: 2021-11-15

After consideration of public comments, EPA has finalized its biological evaluations (BEs) for glyphosate, atrazine, and simazine, three herbicides that are used to control a variety of grasses and broadleaf weeds. EPA has also released a summary document of comments received on the draft BEs and EPAs responses. A BE is a document that contains EPAs ...

Indian agrochemical companies are making huge investments, export growth exceeds 31% in 2021 H1

Posttime: 2021-11-10

By Leonardo Gottems, Reporter for AgroPages Through investments and regulatory improvements, Brazil could reduce importation of agrochemical products and become an exporter. This statement was made by agronomist Fbio Kagi, who is the manager of regulatory affairs at the Brazilian National Union of Vegetal Defense Products Industry (Sindiveg). However, Kagi s...

U.S. EPA takes action to prevent ecological risks from herbicides aminopyralid and picloram

Posttime: 2021-10-25

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is releasing the interim registration review decisions (IDs) for the pesticides aminopyralid and picloram, finalizing stronger measures to help prevent residues from contaminating compost and damaging non-target plants in sites where compost is applied. The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act requ...

Mexico's agriculture minister say Mexico will not limit GMO corn imports from U.S.

Posttime: 2021-10-22

By Tom Polansek Mexicos agriculture minister said the country would not limit imports of genetically modified (GMO) corn from the United States during a meeting with U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack in Iowa on Wednesday. Mexico published an executive order late last year that sought to ban in three years the use of GMO corn for human consumption, but d...

Technology to ensure food security in China

Posttime: 2021-10-05

According to the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), China will improve efforts to create higher yields and higher quality production of major food crop varieties, and self-sufficiency in major livestock and poultry varieties by 2030 by deploying technology. China released an action plan to promote the national seed industry late last month in S...


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