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UK specialty chemical company Croda's Dutch seed treatment business, Incotec, is to open its newest facility in Kedah, Malaysia on August 22nd.
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) has suspended the labels of various chlorpyrifos insecticide products with domestic, agricultural and non-agricultural uses for 12 months.
The New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has invited public comment on an application to reconsider controls on the fumigant, methyl bromide.
BASF has applied to the New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority to import the fungicide, Revystar (mefentrifluconazole – trade-marked as Revysol 100 g/litre + fluxapyroxad – trade-marked as Xemium 50 g/litre).
South Korean chemical company LG Chem’s agrochemical subsidiary, FarmHannong, has launched its herbicide, Flexo (flucetosulfuron) in Philippines.
Japanese company Mitsui Chemicals' agrochemical business, Mitsui Chemicals Agro, and the national agricultural co-operative organisation, Japan Agricultural Co-operatives, are jointly developing Mitsui's new rice herbicide, cyclopyrimorate (trade-marked as Cyra).
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) has approved BASF's biofungicide, Serifel (Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain MBI 600).
Phillips McDougall expects the global agrochemical market to be flat or exhibit slight growth in 2019, according to market analysis by senior analyst Darren Stobbart.
The New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has called a public meeting on an application by Bayer to import the fungicide, Vimoy Iblon (isoflucypram 50 g/litre).
BASF has received approval from the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) for its fungicide, Belanty (mefentrifluconazole – trade-marked as Revysol – 75 g/litre).
Farmers in the western Indian state of Maharashtra have been protesting the lack of approval of new genetically modified crops by illegally sowing Bt insect-resistant and glyphosate herbicide-tolerant cotton.
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