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Rotam North America and SipcamAdvan Announce New Joint Venture

Rotam North America and SipcamAdvan have entered into a joint venture as SipcamRotam LLC. Customers in the agriculture, turf and ornamental and material preservation markets across the United States...Read more>>
 

Syngenta Gets Ready for US Review of ChemChina Deal

Syngenta is taking an activist role in dealing with the US government panel that reviews whether foreign acquisitions of US businesses will harm national security...Read more>>
 

FMC Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2015 Results

FMC Corporation on Feb 11th, 2016 reported fourth quarter and full year 2015 results. For the year, FMC reported revenue of $3.28 billion...Read more>>
 

Dow Receives First Commercial Registration of Arylex Active Based Product in Europe

Dow AgroSciences achieved a major milestone in Europe with the first commercial registration in Denmark of a mixture between Arylex active and fluroxypyr. ...Read more>>
 
  Market Update
 
Pakistan VEC Recommends 14 New Hybrid Rice Varieties
Philippines Warns of Corn, Soybean Shortages if Supreme Court not Lift Ban on GM Crops
China Reduced Anti-dumping Duty on the Imports of Pyridine from India
 
  Companies News
 
Topcon Announces New Rate Controller Solution for Sprayers
Endura Marketing Deals with Horizon Sopyrwa for Natural Pyrethrum
Michael Harowitz Named Kocide Business Manager of Certis USA
Monsanto to Pay $80 mln in SEC Settlement Over Roundup Earnings
Ivan Van Dessel Selected by AgroFresh to Support its RipeLockTM Fruit Quality Management Business
Insecticides India Ltd Aims to Double Turnover to Rs 2,000 Cr in Next 4 Years
Dhanuka Agritech Stands Out with Strong Performance in Q3 of 2015
Andrew Bennett Appoined as Technology Development Manager for Monsanto New Business Region
Syngenta Expansion of North America Seedcare,on Track for 2016 Completion
Dow AgroSciences sales down 14% in Q4 2015
 
  Products Focus
 
Eden Research Fungicide 3AEY Approved in Italy,to be Sold via Sipcam
Nufarm Announces Plan to Retire Amitrol Herbicide Brand in Canada
New Zealand Approves Fungicide to Combat Apple and Grape Disease
EPA Approves Vive's Fenstro Foliar Combination Fungicide & Insecticide
DAS's Two New innovative products respond to needs of farmers in key crops for consumers
MBI Submits Novel Biofungicide to EPA for Regulatory Review
Ceres plans to debut multiple new forage sorghum hybrids in FY16
Bayer Contests EPA’s Decision on Flubendiamide
Willowood USA Receives EPA Registration For Willowood Mesotrione 4SC
 
  Regulations
 
European Parliament Opposes Import of Three Herbicide-resistant GM Crops
 
  Science&Research
 
USDA Awards $20 Million in Grants for Citrus Greening Research
 
 
 
  Interviews

 

Biopesticides and IPM

- Dialogue with Dr. Surendra Dara

    Dr. Surendra Dara, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops Advisor and Affiliated IPM Advisor with University of California Cooperative Extension, has long been a proponent of incorporating biopesticides as a valuable tool in IPM programs.

    "It’s most important to understand the mode of action of the biopesticide and determine if it is appropriate for the pest they are concerned about."...Read more>>

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The Future of Rice Farming in Japan

    Rice has been at the center of Japan’s economy and culture for centuries. But changes are afoot. There is growing concern among Japanese farmers that the country’s rice-producing capabilities are diminishing in the face of international trade pacts such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership. In fact, all local agriculture is in the spotlight as pressure mounts to increase local imports of overseas produce...Read more>>

 
  Column
 

Dr.Ramin Salek

Agrochemicals expert in Iran. Countery sale manager of Nasre mobin Iranian holding group.


Iran agriculture at glance (part 1)

    Roughly one-third of Iran's total surface area is suited for farmland, but because of poor soil and lack of adequate water distribution in many areas, most of it is not under cultivation. Only 12% of the total land area is under cultivation (arable land, orchards and vineyards) but less than one-third of the cultivated area is irrigated; the rest is devoted to dry farming. Some 92 percent of agro products depend on water....Read more>>

 
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