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Brazilian agrochemical company Ihara (Sorocaba) is launching its insecticide, Dino Movido (Mitsui Chemicals Agro's dinotefuran).

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EU approval decision on Syngenta maize left to Commission

A final decision on approving food and feed use of a genetically modified stacked-trait maize from ChemChina subsidiary Syngenta has been left to the European Commission after an appeal committee could not agree on the proposed authorisation. 

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New Zealand to hold hearing on biocontrol application

The New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is to hold a public hearing on an application to release the parasitoid wasp, Pauesia nigrovaria, as a biological control agent against the invasive giant willow aphid (Tuberolachnus salignus).

New Zealand Biologicals

BioConsortia moves biostimulant to registration phase

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A Brazilian soybean growers' association is warning farmers of concerns of drift from use of dicamba herbicide. 

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Ihara launches dinotefuran insecticides in Brazil

Brazilian agrochemical company Ihara (Sorocaba) is launching its insecticide, Dino Movido (Mitsui Chemicals Agro's dinotefuran).

Insecticides Brazil

EU approval decision on Syngenta maize left to Commission

A final decision on approving food and feed use of a genetically modified stacked-trait maize from ChemChina subsidiary Syngenta has been left to the European Commission after an appeal committee could not agree on the proposed authorisation. 

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New Zealand to hold hearing on biocontrol application

The New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is to hold a public hearing on an application to release the parasitoid wasp, Pauesia nigrovaria, as a biological control agent against the invasive giant willow aphid (Tuberolachnus salignus).

New Zealand Biologicals

BioConsortia moves biostimulant to registration phase

The US microbial products company, BioConsortia (Davis, California), has moved a biostimulant seed treatment to the registration phase. 

Biologicals Seed treatments

Adama points to higher Q3 sales

ChemChina subsidiary Adama anticipates a high single-digit rise in reported sales in the third quarter of 2019 compared with the same period last year.

Adama Financial Results

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Brazil soy grower group warns on dicamba drift concern

A Brazilian soybean growers' association is warning farmers of concerns of drift from use of dicamba herbicide. 

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Brazilian agrochemical company Ihara (Sorocaba) is launching its insecticide, Dino Movido (Mitsui Chemicals Agro's dinotefuran).

Insecticides Brazil

EU approval decision on Syngenta maize left to Commission

A final decision on approving food and feed use of a genetically modified stacked-trait maize from ChemChina subsidiary Syngenta has been left to the European Commission after an appeal committee could not agree on the proposed authorisation. 

Europe EU

New Zealand to hold hearing on biocontrol application

The New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is to hold a public hearing on an application to release the parasitoid wasp, Pauesia nigrovaria, as a biological control agent against the invasive giant willow aphid (Tuberolachnus salignus).

New Zealand Biologicals

BioConsortia moves biostimulant to registration phase

The US microbial products company, BioConsortia (Davis, California), has moved a biostimulant seed treatment to the registration phase. 

Biologicals Seed treatments

Adama points to higher Q3 sales

ChemChina subsidiary Adama anticipates a high single-digit rise in reported sales in the third quarter of 2019 compared with the same period last year.

Adama Financial Results

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Brazil soy grower group warns on dicamba drift concern

A Brazilian soybean growers' association is warning farmers of concerns of drift from use of dicamba herbicide. 

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Ihara launches dinotefuran insecticides in Brazil

Brazilian agrochemical company Ihara (Sorocaba) is launching its insecticide, Dino Movido (Mitsui Chemicals Agro's dinotefuran).

Insecticides Brazil

EU approval decision on Syngenta maize left to Commission

A final decision on approving food and feed use of a genetically modified stacked-trait maize from ChemChina subsidiary Syngenta has been left to the European Commission after an appeal committee could not agree on the proposed authorisation. 

Europe EU

New Zealand to hold hearing on biocontrol application

The New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is to hold a public hearing on an application to release the parasitoid wasp, Pauesia nigrovaria, as a biological control agent against the invasive giant willow aphid (Tuberolachnus salignus).

New Zealand Biologicals

BioConsortia moves biostimulant to registration phase

The US microbial products company, BioConsortia (Davis, California), has moved a biostimulant seed treatment to the registration phase. 

Biologicals Seed treatments

Adama points to higher Q3 sales

ChemChina subsidiary Adama anticipates a high single-digit rise in reported sales in the third quarter of 2019 compared with the same period last year.

Adama Financial Results
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