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Brazil Anvisa evaluates company using thiram in seed treatment before final decision on reevaluation

Posttime: 2019-03-16

By Leonardo Gottems, reporter for AgroPages The Brazilian National Agency of Sanitary Surveillance (Anvisa) made a technical visit to a company (whose name was not revealed) to verify how seeds were treated with a product made using the fungicide thiram. The aim of the government agency was to gather information and data for its decision on the re-evaluation...

Conab lowers Brazil's soybean production to 118.8 million

Posttime: 2019-03-16

Author: Michael Cordonnier/Soybean Corn Advisor, Inc. Agropage In their latest assessment of the 2018/19 Brazilian soybean crop, Conab lowered their estimate 1.2 million tons from the previous month to 118.8 million tons. That would now put the crop smaller than last years record crop when 119.4 million tons were produced. The 2018/19 soybean acreage in Braz...

Vietnam bans chlorpyrifos-ethyl and fipronil products

Posttime: 2019-03-16

from AgroPages The Vietnams Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has recently issued a decision to remove plant protection products containing chlorpyrifos-ethyl and fipronil from the list of those allowed for use in Vietnam. Plant protection products containing the two active ingredients will only be produced and imported for the maximum duration o...

Their Soybeans Piling Up, Farmers Hope Trade War Ends Before Beans Rot

Posttime: 2019-03-16

from magazine This is harvest season in the rich farmlands of the eastern Dakotas, the time of year Kevin Karel checks his computer first thing in the morning to see how many of his soybeans Chinese companies have purchased while he was sleeping. Farmers here in Cass County have prospered over the last two decades by growing more soybeans than any other coun...

New generation of non-genetically modified herbicide-tolerant rice in Brazil

Posttime: 2019-03-16

from internet The US rice company, RiceTec (Houston, Texas), is to launch a new generation of non-genetically modified herbicide-tolerant rice in Brazil, newswire Agrolink reports. The improved imidazolinone herbicide-tolerant rice will be available this season in products such as Inov and XP113. The FullPage branded technology will be part of a complete weed...

Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs: Chinese soybean market to still be import-dominated

Posttime: 2019-03-16

From AgroPages Han Changfu, the Minister of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, said on February 20 that the import-relying soybean market will not change, although China is working on the restoration and development of its own soybean production. A soybean revitalization plan is addressed in the No. 1 Document of the Central Government issued thi...

Brazil accelerates approval of agrochemicals, releases 28 new registrations in January 2019

Posttime: 2019-02-16

By Leonardo Gottems, reporter for AgroPages In January 2019, the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply of Brazil approved 28 new registrations of agrochemicals. One of the active ingredients present in the released products was Sulfoxaflor, which has the same mode of action as the other products registered in Brazil and is considered indispensable in...

Agrochemical businesses of Sinochem and ChemChina being consolidated, preparing for a huge merger

Posttime: 2019-01-17

There are media reports that a merger between Sinochem and ChemChina will soon be announced in China. So far, the top management of the two companies is completing preparations for the transaction and a merger agreement is expected to be announced in the coming weeks. The company, after the merger, will become the worlds largest chemical group, which is antic...


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