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Exclusive: Brazil Ag Minister on first visit to China, seeks closer trade partnership

Last week, AgroPages attended SIAL China 2019 in Shanghai, where AgroPages was honored to have an interview with Tereza Cristina, the Brazilian Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply, Congressman Luiz Hiloshi Nishimori, who is also the new pesticide law rapporteur...More>>

Brazil Anvisa releases 2,4-D with application restrictions

Brazil’s National Health Surveillance Agency, the Anvisa, concluded the re-evaluation of 2,4-D and has decided to maintain the approval of the herbicide in the Brazilian market. The analysis of the scientific studies and data on the use of the agrochemical in Brazil indicated that the product is not harmful to the consumer...More>>

“Innovation at Syngenta through development of organic products' - says sustainability officer

Xavier Leprince, who is responsible for Sustainability at Syngenta, announced that it will accelerate the company's innovation process. The goal, according to Leprince, is to evolve products to protect plants produced from conventional chemical molecules...More>>


Paraguay updates regulation for land transportation of agrochemicals

The National Plant and Seed Quality and Health Service (SENAVE) updated regulations for the transport of active ingredients and formulated agrochemical products in the national territory of Paraguay. The current legislation was in effect for twelve years...More>>

"Biological control grows in Brazil and earns producers’ confidence" - Sérgio Abud, from Embrapa

Biologist Sérgio Abud, supervisor of the Embrapa Cerrados technology transfer area, notes that biological control is the best tool for sustainable agricultural production in an economic and environmental sense...More>>
Syngenta launches Miravis Ace fungicide premix for 2019 season in the USA  

Jingbo Agrochem won “2019 Chinese Top 100 Pesticide Companies”

Jingbo Agrochemicals Technology Co., Ltd. won the honorary title of "2019 Chinese Top 100 Pesticide Companies ". Also, the company's product, Shihuaguan Fluazinam 50% SC, was awarded ‘The Most Explosive Brand Product in China's Plant Protection Market’ ...More>>

Brazilian soy farmers spent R$ 8.3 billion on fungicides in 2016/17, says Cepea

The cost of producing soybeans with fungicides in Brazil reached R$ 8.3 billion, 96% of which was only for the control of soybean rust; along with R$ 6.2 billion in insecticides and R$ 4.8 billion in herbicides, totaling R$19.3 billion in the 2016/17 season. This amount corresponded to 16.5% of the total cost of soy production in the country during that harvest - which reached R$ 117 billion...More>>

Hailir’s prothioconazole EU equivalence determined

AGROPAGES learned from China’s Hailir Pesticides and Chemicals Group that following the certification of pyraclostrobin, another product, prothioconazole technical of Hailir, also received EU equivalence determination, which paves the way for the product to access the EU market. ...More>>

Brazil's corn exports could exceed 30 million tons in 2019

Brazilian farmers are getting ready to harvest what they hope will be a very good safrinha corn crop. The safrinha corn crop is the second crop of corn planted after the first crop of soybeans are harvested and it will represent approximately 72% of Brazil's total corn crop in 2018/19...More>>
UPL launched multisite fungicide Tridium in Argentina  

Kesai Eagrow has launched its created sugarcane herbicide halosulfuron-methyl + ametryn 83% WP

Sugarcane is the most major sugar crop in China. For many years, herbicides such as Ametryn, Diuron and MCPA have been used to control weeds in sugarcane field which results in the resistance of Rottboellia, eleusine indica, crab grass, creeping oxalis and nutgrass...More>>

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