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The French Court of Appeal in Lyon ruled in favour of a French farmer in a long-running case involving Bayer legacy company Monsanto’s herbicide, Lasso (alachlor).
The Portuguese crop protection products confirmation, Homolgacao Produtos Fitofarmaceuticos, event takes place in Lisbon on April 17th.
The Spanish agrochemical industry association, the Aepla, has appointed Manuel Melgarejo Armada as its president.
The German agrochemical industry association, the IVA, has criticised the plan of the federal Environment Ministry, the BMU, to only provide approval for agrochemicals from January 1st 2020 on the condition that farmers using them keep 10% of their arable land as “pesticide-free biodiversity areas”.
Bayer’s Crop Science division has been progressing on localising production as part of its plan to localise production of some 60% of its crop protection products within Russia.
Belgian biological pest control company Biobest (Westerlo) has received Dutch approval for its insecticide, Spyro, which contains natural pyrethrins and the synergist, piperonyl butoxide (PBO).
The European Commission has updated several guidance documents relating to the EU assessment of agrochemical active ingredients.
EU member states have cleared the proposed approval of a new biofungicide, ABE-IT 56 (components of lysate of Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain DDSF623). It is for use on grapevines.
Proposals to renew the EU approvals of the herbicide, isoxaflutole, and the sprouting inhibitor, carvone, have been voted through by EU member states.
EU member states have voted in favour of new restrictions on Japanese company Otsuka Chemical’s acaricide, cyflumetofen, that would only allow authorisations for uses where the level of a metabolite, B3, in ground water is expected to be below 0.1 µg/litre.
EU member states have voted in favour of a draft decision not to renew the EU approval of the fungicide, chlorothalonil.
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