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U.S. EPA aims to cancel last food use registrations for chlorpyrifos

Posttime: 2022-12-15

The last remaining registrations that allow chlorpyrifos to be used on food crops would be canceled under a pair of notices the U.S. EPA is proposing, a move that would end food uses of a pesticide the agency says harms children. The Environmental Protection Agencys effort comes as industry groups fight in court for what they describe as a vitally important ...

Use of Glyphosate not banned in India: India’s Agriculture Minister

Posttime: 2022-12-14

Reaffirming the status of Glyphosate in India, the Agriculture Minister, Mr. Narendra Singh Tomar clarified that the agrochemical Glyphosate is not banned in India. He clarified this while answering a question in Parliament related to the status of Glyphosate in India, its effect on Humans and Animals, and steps taken to stop its manufacturing. He said, Pest...

Mexico delays ban on GMO corn imports to 2025, other changes may be coming

Posttime: 2022-12-12

Mexico economy minister signals new decree coming for GMO imports; U.S. meeting could happen next week. Mexican Secretary of Economy Raquel Buenrostro told reporters in Mexico Wednesday the decree to bar imports of GMO crops into Mexico will be pushed back to 2025, adding the country is looking to put together a plan that will make clearer the presidential d...

First three quarters: Chinese pesticide production showing ″double decline,″ production in Jiangsu and Shandong rising against adverse situation

Posttime: 2022-11-25

According to data of the Chinese National Bureau of Statistics, from January to September 2022, the cumulative production of chemical pesticide technical (converted to 100% active ingredients) in China was 1.9174 million tons, which is a cumulative decrease of 1.9% year on year; The average production of the month was 193,000 tons, down 2.6% month on month. ...

India wheat, rapeseed area up 15% on higher prices

Posttime: 2022-11-23

Indian farmers have so far planted wheat and rapeseed on nearly 15% more area than a year ago, the latest data from the farm ministry showed, as planting of winter-sown crops accelerated. Higher wheat production in India, the worlds second biggest producer of the staple, could help New Delhi to lower prices and replenish inventories that have fallen to a mul...

Soybean area in Brazil expected to grow 24.4% in ten years, says ministry

Posttime: 2022-11-23

The area planted with soybeans in Brazil, the largest global producer and exporter of the oilseed, is expected to increase 24.4% over the next decade, to 51.5 million hectares, especially in states in the center and northeast of Brazil, according to a study released by the Ministry of Agriculture. In absolute terms, the growth would be around 10 million hect...

Ukraine to overhaul legislation on genetically-modified crops

Posttime: 2022-10-24

Ukraine, which prohibits the cultivation of genetically-modified crops, plans to revamp its legislation in response to a growing illicit market for the crops, but hasnt decided whether to tighten or relax the ban, the agriculture ministry said. Ukraine is a global exporter of agricultural products and the uncertainty over genetically-modified crops could hit...

Australia to review fipronil

Posttime: 2022-10-19

The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) has published a notice of reconsideration to expand the scope of its review of fipronil , a broad-spectrum insecticide used in agricultural crops and urban situations to control a range of pests, such as cockroaches and termites, and for the control of fleas and ticks in cats and dogs. This...


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