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2021 Certified Organic Agri-inputs Guide

 

   AgroPages' business e-magazine – 2021 Certified Organic Agri-inputs Guide (only English editions) will be published at the end of March.

    In this issue, we will collect and build a platform to showcase at the products side of view, organic products with ECOCERT, ORMI, JAS certification, as well as qualified suppliers. This can be a reference for importers, manufactures, distributors and growers when they choose organic products or assess partners.

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Novagro-AG: Accelerating organic transition towards production of healthy fruits and vegetables for families, environment and farmers

Novagro-AG was launched in Peru in 2007 as a response to the growing needs of the export agribusiness. Faced with almost zero supply of bio inputs for exportable crop protection and a very demanding European market in the elimination of pesticide residues in fruits and vegetables...More>>

 

Sea6 Energy - The pioneer of the only patented seaweed-based biostimulant across the globe

Seaweed biostimulant is the buzzword in recent times within the Plant Nutrition industry. This category of products is being used extensively as an alternative to unsustainable energy sources to enhance crop growth...More>>

 

Carbon study shows CO2 emission reductions up to 65 Kg/tonne of corn with Envita

A greenhouse gas impact study commissioned by Azotic North America the manufacturers of Envita nitrogen fixing bacteria, indicates that significant carbon dioxide (CO2) emission reductions can be obtained through using Envita...More>>

 

Tradecorp: Never compromise on organic product's quality or efficacy

Cathal Daynes, Global Technical Manager at Tradecorp, told AgroPages in an interview about Tradecorp's organic certified products, how to register and promote organic certified products, and the developments and changes of organic farming...More>>

 

Novel Molecular Plant Growth Regulator: Coronatine (COR)

Coronatine (COR) is a new plant growth regulator that is a structural analogue of Jasmonic Acid (JA), as well as the first industrial Jasmonic Acid molecular signal regulator in the world...More>>

 

Finchimica: Reshaping the sustainable future of crop protection with world-leading chemical manufacturing expertise

Finchimica S.p.A. is a leading global producer of dinitroaniline, has a long history of development and is the first Italian company to become a member of...More>>

 

India CIBRC 426th meeting: FMC India bring 1st Chlorantraniliprole formulation to India | First local India company registrated Cyhalofop-butyl TC

There are two products receiving first registration in India: Chlorantraniliprole 35% WG and Cyhalofop-butyl 97.4% TC. Let's analyze one by one....More>>

 

The application of digital solutions to encourage the use of biological products and special fertilizers to increase yields in Brazil

The name of this digital solution is the Optimal Growth Curve, which can be used by agronomists to improve their recommendation (agronomist can monitoring one infinity of fields with a lot of precision in real-time)...More>>
 
 
 
  Updates on gene-editing topic
 
Improved CRISPR-Cas9 version knocks out multiple plant genes at once
Japan launches world's first genome-edited tomato
U.K. may allow gene editing, first nation in Europe to do so
New analytical tool reveals massive DNA damage caused by CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing
Explainer: Everything you need to know about Canada's new laws for GMOs and gene editing
Rothamsted Research submits evidence to Defra gene editing consultation
Genetic editing offers marijuana and hemp companies a way to improve plant strains
Ghana scientist turns to gene editing to improve sweet potato crop
Three African nations take the lead in agricultural use of genome editing
France backs non-GMO regulation for crop gene-editing in EU
New technology accelerates crop improvement with CRISPR
EU survey highlights urgent need for regulatory reform on gene editing
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