Covering business, regulatory and product news in Europe and Asia, Sanjiv has a good overview of the global industry and often presents at industry conferences, in addition to writing special Agrow supplements.
He also helped to establish, and now spearheads the Agrow Awards, the only global awards for the industry, which have been running since 2007.
After achieving an MBA degree, Sanjiv worked in the agrochemical industry for 3 years. He then studied for a master’s degree in English Literature, before becoming a journalist and earning an MA in International Journalism.
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Latest From Sanjiv Rana
Five leading crop protection companies are collaborating to improve the way crop protection products are handled in Europe by promoting the use of closed transfer system (CTS) technology.
BASF has debuted its fungicide, Imtrex Flowable (fluxapyroxad - trade-marked as Xemium), for use on field crops in Japan.
Talk about digital agriculture and the name The Climate Corporation often pops into the conversation. Agrow’s Sanjiv Rana met the company's executives and toured its facility in St Louis, Missouri, US to understand the technology wave that seems set to transform the way farming is done.
BASF has received French approval for its fungicide, Dagonis (fluxapyroxad – trade-marked as Xemium 75g/litre + difenoconazole 50 g/litre).
Italian biostimulants company Valagro (Atessa) has begun the construction of a manufacturing plant in the US at Orangeburg, South Carolina.
The US South Dakota State University is offering the "first-in-the-nation" Bachelor of Science degree in precision agriculture.