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CABB : ChemCreations develops production processes for complex molecules and accelerates the commercialization of them  

CABB : ChemCreations develops production processes for complex molecules and accelerates the commercialization of them

The CABB Group has a long history of custom manufacturing for leading global companies particularly in the agrochemical and pharmaceutical sectors. ...More>>
Interview Series 1: Nufarm offers the best copper-based fungicide solution  

Interview Series 1: Nufarm offers the best copper-based fungicide solution

Our offer includes high-metallic load WG; dust-free, easy flowing Dry Prill; convenient flowable offers, and our flagship brands, Cuproxat® and ChampION++™. ...More>>
Exosect and Monsanto reach licensing agreement for Entostat® technology  

Exosect and Monsanto reach licensing agreement for Entostat® technology

Exosect Ltd. has announced recently that it has granted Monsanto Company a licence to use its Entostat® technology for the delivery of select agricultural biologicals as seed treatments. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. ...More>>
Top 20 Global Seed Companies in 2017  

Top 20 Global Seed Companies in 2017

In our past seed business publications, we released the Top 10 Global Seed Companies, which was warmly welcomed by readers. In today’s publication, the ranking has been extended to top 20 to include more extensive information on the global seed industry. ...More>>
UPL set to acquire Arysta LifeScience for over  $4 billion  

UPL set to acquire Arysta LifeScience for over  $4 billion

UPL Ltd is close to buying the farm pesticides business of investor Bill Ackman’s Platform Specialty Products Corp.—known as Arysta LifeScience—for more than $4 billion in one of the largest outbound deals by an Indian company ...More>>
5 reasons why today’s UAV technology is the future of your agribusiness  

5 reasons why today’s UAV technology is the future of your agribusiness

A new revolutionary beta test from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has launched in the US, which allows drone pilots to ask for airspace permission via a smartphone app. The automated authorisation comes back in seconds. ...More>>
Cibus and the Future of Agriculture  

Cibus and the Future of Agriculture

SU Canola is Cibus’ first commercial product, a non-transgenic sulfonylurea tolerant weed control crop. In its first two years on the market, SU Canola has sold out of inventory, ...More>>
Oligarch Structure of Chinese Rice Seed Industry  

Oligarch Structure of Chinese Rice Seed Industry

Statistics reveal that there are some 3,293 seed enterprises in China, which include 691 rice seed enterprises. According to an expert estimation, the market value of the rice seed industry is roughly 18.4 billion yuan, including the hybrid rice value of 11 billion yuan, with the total business sales reaching 6 billion yuan. ...More>>
A glance at the Brazilian seed market  

A glance at the Brazilian seed market

According to the first survey for the 2017/2018 crop, conducted by the National Supply Company - CONAB, an estimated grain production for the crop should be around 228 million tons with a planted area of 62.02 million hectares. ...More>>
 
 
 
 
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Where's the US-China soybean trade war going?

    How do you see the future moves of US-China soybean trade war? What effects will this friction have on global soybean trade patterns in the long run?...More>>

 
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