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Indian company Punjab Chemicals has received approval from the country’s Central Insecticides Board and Registration Committee for the herbicide, metamitron.
Platform Specialty Products’ agrochemical business, Arysta LifeScience, has agreed a licensing deal with Japanese company Meiji Seika Pharma to develop and commercialise formulations of Meiji’s insecticide, flupyrimin, for applications in rice in India.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says that it will not oppose the proposed acquisition on the basis of global divestments.
The Australian Office of the Gene Technology Regulatory has concluded that the proposed commercialisation of genetically modified safflower with elevated levels of oleic acid poses negligible risks to human health and the environment.
Nufarm seed subsidiary Nuseed has applied to the Australian Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) to conduct field trials of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant canola with altered oil content.
South Korean chemical company LG Chem’s agrochemical subsidiary, Farm Hannong, is to launch its herbicide, Todome MF (metamifop), in Japan this month.
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