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China newly approved 17 pesticide ais registrations in 2014

The Chinese Institute for the Control of Agrochemicals, Ministry of Agriculture (ICAMA) newly approved the registrations of 17 pesticide active ingredients in 2014, covering 10 herbicides, 4 fungicides, 3 insecticides. ...Read more>>
 

Pests generated losses of US$ 250 billion in the world

Annual economic damages of pests on crops, pastures and forest areas accounted approximately US$ 250 billion all over the world. This was according to surveys conducted in the USA, UK, Australia, South Africa, India and Brazil, with data from the Ministry of Natural Environment. ...Read more>>
 

Brazil bans neonicotinoids applications in cotton plants‏

Brazilian authorities decided to prohibit neonicotinoids pesticides based on imidacloprid, thiamethoxam or clothianidin and the phenylpyrazole, fipronil over cotton and winter crops located less than 300 meters from the cotton growing areas at the flowering stage. ...Read more>>
 

EU to allow member countries to determine their use of GMO crops

The European Union agreed to let its national governments go their own way on the cultivation of genetically modified crops in a bid to end years of regulatory gridlock that fueled trans-Atlantic trade tensions. ...Read more>>
 

New Off-Patent/Generic Agrochemicals 2015-2019

The report on the market for off-patent/generic agrochemicals which will assist companies to identify their next off-patent/generic active ingredient for development and develop new opportunities in the buoyant and expanding off-patent/generic agrochemical sector and etc. ...Read more>>
 
  Market Update
 
US winter wheat seedings down 5%
Monsanto: Corn area in South America to be smaller than the USDA's forecast
Natural food brands urge Obama administration to protect pollinators
Favourable Weather Boosts Brazil Soybeans
Israel, India Extend Agri Cooperation
India’s Rabi Sowing Down at 56.61 Million Hectares
Pesticides cost for soybean up 60.4% in Mato Grosso 2014-15 season
Brussels vote could open door to GM crops in UK
Canadian governments invest C$6.9 million into crop research
Danish farmers using less pesticide in 2013
 
  Companies
 
AMVAC Names Bob Trogele COO
S&W appoints Mark Smith as Director of Breeding and Genetics
MBI names James Iademarco as President/COO
Groundwork BioAg, ARO sign license agreement for mycorrhizae
Insecticides (India) eyes Rs 1,200 crore revenue this fiscal
Staphyt acquires Agrobiocontrol
Dow names the new PhytoGen global breeding leader for cotton
BASF Promotes Paul Rea to Senior Vice President of Crop Protection North America
CHS acquires 25% of crop input distributor West Central
Oro Agri strengthens its team in the Southwestern U.S.
John Deere announces private crop insurance policy
SynTech Brazil appointed field testing Manager
Bayer appoints new product manager
 
  Products Focus
 
Btcontrol sublethal effects break corn earworm life cycle
BASF registers Odyssey Ultra herbicide tank mix for Canadian pulse growers
Syngenta launches Avicta Complete to fight nematodes in Brazil
Exosect submits additional ais to EU for stored commodity biopesticide
Bayer expected to receive US registration for insecticide Velum® Total
New Syngenta solutions effective against soybean SDS
Bayer offers new FiberMax and Stoneville cotton varieties for 2015
Gowan USA Announces the Federal Registration for Zing!® Fungicide
Top mobile apps for agriculture
Ceres' multi-gene traits increase yields 25% in hybrid corn field trials
Bangladesh releases two new hybrid rice varieties
 
  Viewpoints
 
EU-US trade deal threatens to lower standards of protection from toxic pesticides
Pesticide Industry Stands Firm Amid Pressure To Reveal Identity Of Inert Ingredients
EU banned pesticides to help bees, now other bugs are invading
 
  Science&Research
 
Scientists create pheromone trap to combat bedbug epidemic
Scientists Discovered 'Super Mosquito' is Resistant to Insecticide
Research finds salt tolerance gene in soybean
Uganda: bacterial wilt resistant banana developed
 
 
 
 
 
DuPont in the 2015 Global Agrochemical Sector
Dow in the 2015 Global Agrochemical Sector
China Agrochemical Market Monthly Report (Dec., 2014)
Seeds, Pesticides, Herbicides and Other Agricultural Chemical Manufacturing Industry (U.S.): Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2021
Bayer in the 2015 Global Agrochemical Sector
BASF in the 2015 Global Agrochemical Sector
2015 Global Agrochemical Companies M&A, Joint Ventures, R&D Pipeline, and Strategies
 
  2014 Registered and Launched Seed Treatments
 
New Syngenta solutions effective against soybean SDS
Incotec launches new sustainable ThermoSeed disinfection for onion seed
Syngenta introduces Clariva™ pn seed treatment nematicide for sugarbeets
U.S. EPA approves Bayer’s registration application for ILeVO
Syngenta Canada introduces Cruiser Vibrance Quattro seed treatment
Syngenta launches Vibrance Quattro cereal seed treatment
Bayer received MRL approval for Emesto Silver potato seed treatment
Bayer CropScience launches Raxil® Easy for wheat
DuPont launches Dermacor in Brazil to control caterpillar
Valent Launches new Seed Treatment Product in the U.S.
Canada to grant Valent′s ethaboxam seed treatment
US Approves FBSciences′ Arcus ST Seed Treatment
Syngenta Canada launches Vibrance® Maxx seed treatment
Canada approves Syngenta′s Cruiser Maxx® Potato Extreme seed treatment
Bayer launched Raxil PRO Shield cereal seed treatment
Bayer launches thiacloprid seed treatment against wireworms in UK
 
  Regulation Focus
 
California puts limits on chloropicrin used for strawberries
Brazil allows imidacloprid use for some seedlings
US EPA drafts new guidance for acute toxicity data on pesticides
France proposed new version of Ecophyto plan to reduce pesticide use
US EPA begins 19 pesticide registration reviews
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