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New era of herbicide development launched with L-Glufosinate-ammonium registration approved in China

On April 1, 2020, Yonon’s L-Glufosinate-ammonium was granted full registration (trade name: Jinbaisu) in China, which is the first registration of L-Glufosinate-ammonium in the market....More>>


UPL grows 17% and becomes 4th largest agrochemical company in Brazil

UPL Brasil ended its fiscal year (April 2019 to March 2020) with a 17% growth. The company's sales reached US$1.3 billion. According to President, Fabio Torretta, this result stems from the perfect integration process after the acquisition of Arysta LifeScience and the focus on plant health ...More>>

Brazil reclassifies toxicology of 252 registered formulated products

Brazil’s Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) published, on 26th March, 2020, the toxicological reclassification of 252 fungicides, insecticides, herbicides and other product classes...More>>


Pilarquim advances in Guatemala

Pilarquim has been committed to providing environmentally friendly and efficient pesticide products for local farmers since it entered the Guatemalan market, so as to better promote the development of local agriculture...More>>

Syngenta to distribute Rizobacter's biofungicide Rizoderma in Argentina

As of this winter cereal campaign, Syngenta will include in its portfolio of seed-curator products a fungicide of biological synthesis developed by Rizobacter, together with INTA...More>>


AMVAC and Syngenta announce benefits of Prefix and FirstRate herbicide tankmix

Syngenta Crop Protection and AMVAC, an American Vanguard company, are teaming up to promote the agronomic value of tank mixing Syngenta’s Prefix herbicide with FirstRate herbicide from AMVAC for full-season weed control in soybeans...More>>


Epoxiconazole withdrawn and pencycuron banned in the EU and UK

Regulatory action in the EU and UK means the clock is ticking on authorisations for the important cereals fungicide epoxiconazole, and use of the seed potato fungicide pencycuron is now banned...More>>

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    Seipasa is a pioneer in the development of natural plant protection products, biostimulants and nutrition products in Spain. Over the past two decades, high-value solutions produced and registered by the company have been used in most agricultural systems worldwide. Currently, Seipasa has carried out business in more than 20 countries.

    In order to better understand the company's strategic intention to focus on the American market, we also took the opportunity to interview the CEO of Seipasa Pedro Peleato....More>>

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