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Japanese Enterprises - R&D Strength Backup, Step up the Pace

apan is world′s 4th largest pesticide market, which is also an important market for Japanese agrochemical companies. However due to the changing market at home and abroad over recent years, Japanese companies have to walk out of the ′comfortable′ domestic market and speed up the movement toward international market ...Read more>>

VEYONG: Desiring for Brand Transformation via Capturing Glufosinate Opportunity

Hebei Veyong Bio-Chemical Ltd is a prime pesticide manufacturer of northern China, as well as the abamectin industry leader. For long years Veyong has provided high-quality abamectin technical to international market, having established the world-famous Veyong brand image, which is well trusted by customers. ...Read more>>

2015 Summary of Global Agrochemical Company's Activities& Trends Analysis

A review of investment and cooperative projects of global agrochemical companies in 2015 reveals that they have a clear idea about industry presence and business planning. Global agrochemical industry is a longitudinal and horizontal combined new mode of industry. ...Read more>>

2015 China Pesticide Registration Watch

According to AgroPages China Pesticide Registration Watch, the Chinese Institute for the Control of Agrochemicals, Ministry of Agriculture (ICAMA) has approved 3294 pesticide registrations in 2015, down by 3.2% comparing with 2014. ...Read more>>

2015 China Agrochemical Business Indicators

The global agrochemical industry of 2015 suffered downturn after having experienced continuous fast growth. Prices of main farm products including corn and soybean went down; resulting in farmer's reduced spending on agrochemical product, which caused high inventories in distribution channel. ...Read more>>
  Market Update
European spring grain sowings outlook good despite delays
Briefing on Export of Pesticides to Africa From China in 2015
Syngenta's break up fee reduced in ChemChina deal
Florida Commissioner issues crisis declaration to combat citrus greening
Argentina to be the third largest producer of processed oilseeds
EU defers decision on safety of glyphosate
Technavio: Top four emerging trends impacting Indian agrochemicals market through 2020
Biological products lacking in the Brazilian market
Safrinha corn planting in Mato Grosso reaches 65%
Syngenta announces the closing of the share buy back
Alltech Crop Science and Rothamsted Research announce strategic alliance
Advanta Seeds announced new leadership appointments for North America
HydroBio awarded patent for cutting-edge irrigation analytics technology
MBI to distribute Isagro's biofungicide in U.S. West
Cibus’ RTDS™ Technology able to leverage directed nucleases to develop non-transgenic trait in flax
Bayer and the Grains Research & Development Corporation celebrate launch of Herbicide Innovation Partnership
LG Chem seeks agrochemical firm purchase to push growth
Eurofins appoints new Chemistry BU Leader in France
2Blades and partners to develop resistance against potato diseases
Arysta LifeScience licenses proprietary immunoprotein biopesticides from IPP
Monsanto threatens to exit India over GM cotton royalty
Hindustan Insecticides enters fertiliser business
  Products Focus
Nanjing Goodagro launched China’s first floating granule Gengshangpao
Bayer launches LibertyLink technology for soybean growers in Brazil
Credenz: global soybean seed brand of Bayer arrives in Brazil
Asgrow® Brand Roundup Ready 2 Xtend™ Soybeans Debut on Farm
Progreen to launch new Kurtail Gold herbicide
US EPA approved Syngenta's Mainspring GNL
Kangqiao launched pyraclostrobin fungicide Yingcai
U.S. EPA approves Bayer’s Velum® Prime nematicide
Syngenta names its new corn insecticide Force Evo
US approves Gowan’s Magister ® SC miticide
Bayer's Luna fungicide got label expansion in US
Syngenta Canada launches Trivapro foliar fungicide with three-mode-of-action
DuPont to add Lumisena seed treatment to Lumigen Seed Sense portfolio
Alta Seeds achieves top performance in High Plains sorghum trials
U.S. EPA proposed actions to prevent herbicide paraquat poisonings
BASF biodiversity research focuses on helping increase the iconic monarch butterfly population

Talents Are Wanted!

A leading agrochemical manufacturer company from China is looking for:

1. Pesticide registration professionals or companies in Canada, Cambodia, Bangladesh and Kenya.

2. Regional Managers with qualities of management experience, business development, marketing analysis for the particular regions all over the world.

Please send your CV to info@agropages.com if you are interested in the above positions.

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    Biopesticides are naturally occurring products which are derived from materials such as plants, bacteria, viruses and minerals. Of these, the botanical biopesticides are considered to be attractive for plant protection. They are usually less toxic than conventional pesticides, generally affect only the target pest and closely related organisms and can greatly decrease the use of conventional pesticides, while crop yields remain high. Biopesticides used alone or in combination with conventional crop protection products have been shown to improve efficacy, enhance yield and be cost-effective. ...More >>
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  • Health Company Growth Driven by New Innovative Products and Market Expansion
    Japan is world′s 4th largest pesticide market, which is also an important market for Japanese agrochemical companies. However due to the changing market at home and abroad over recent years, Japanese companies have to walk out of the ′comfortable′ domestic market and speed up the movement toward international market, as being backed up by their strong capacity on invention of new molecules, which is admired by many counterparts...More >>
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