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Brazil authorizes 31 more agrochemical registrations in May 2019

The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) of Brazil registered 31 agrochemicals in May. In total, 169 products were authorized in 2019, representing 37.5% of what was released in 2018, when 450 products received a commercial license from the Brazilian government...More>>
 

Agrovista steps up marketing of spray application aids into Europe

After two highly successful decades building a multi-million pound market around its range of Discovery spray application aids in the UK, agronomy company Agrovista is using its sector-leading expertise to accelerate its marketing drive into continental Europe. Target regions include Central Europecontinental Europe. Target regions include Central Europe...More>>
 

Portuguese companies CEV and Lusosem will launch BLAD biofungicide in Portugal

Portuguese company CEV has partnered with Lusosem to launch the biofungicide PROBLAD PLUS in Portugal. PROBLAD PLUS is a biological defensive for agriculture whose active principle is a new protein called BLAD...More>>

 

Syngenta to close its chlorothalonil production plant in Houston, USA

Syngenta AG will lay off 135 full-time employees and another 160 contractors in Houston this year as the company closes its Greens Bayou facility near the Port of Houston, USA. The manufacturing plant produces chlorothalonil...More>>
 

Adding glyphosate to dicamba increases volatility, researchers find

Glyphosate is often tank-mixed with dicamba. New research suggests spraying dicamba in warm temperatures and adding glyphosate to a dicamba spray mixture could increase dicamba volatility, potentially leading to increased off-target movement and damage to non-dicamba-tolerant plants...More>>
 

"We will see significant productivity growth with better use of technologies" - Interview with Daniel Bachner

AgroPages exclusively interviewed Daniel Bachner, a former senior executive at Syngenta, and who now works as a successful consultant. In Brazil, he launched one of the world’s leading agribusiness startups, Indigo...More>>

 

Launched in Brazil, Artificial Intelligence Cl4udIA, seeks to save up to 60% in pesticides

The Cl4udIA Artificial Intelligence tool was launched in Brazil, which minimizes the spraying of agrochemicals and generates savings of up to 60% of pesticides. "These are machines that can perform tasks that are characteristic of human intelligence...More>>
 

Brazil updated regulation on agrochemical use in minor crops

The Brazilian fruit and vegetable sectors have reasons to celebrate. On June 16, Brazil government completed five years of publication of the Joint Normative Instruction (INC) 1/2014, which systematized and simplified the registration process of agrochemicals for the management of Insecticidal Plant Supplements (CSFI), also known as Minor Crops...More>>
 

Bayer raises the bar in transparency, sustainability and engagement

Bayer is committed to offering more choices for growers and will invest approximately 5 billion euros in additional methods to combat weeds over the next decade. This R&D investment will go towards improving the understanding of resistance mechanisms...More>>
 
 
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