Paraguay regulators to set agchem controls
The Paraguayan authorities have presented draft rules on the control and monitoring of agrochemical use. The proposals would form part of a system on pesticide controls that the plant health inspection service, the Senave, is implementing, which it views as complementing a similar system put in place for seeds in 2014. The system would allow the service to guarantee the veracity of data presented at product registration application and at import, the Senave says. That should set an environment that “enables trade in agrochemicals through the encouragement of competition and formally fighting illegal marketing of products”.