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Contract research company Eurofins Agroscience Services (EAS) has opened a third field testing facility in Bulgaria.
An application for EU import approval for a genetically modified maize line combining five traits has successfully completed the risk assessment stage by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
US company American Vanguard's Dutch subsidiary, Amvac Netherlands, has brought a lawsuit seeking an annulment of the European Commission’s decision not to renew the EU approval of the insecticide/acaricide, ethoprophos.
EU advice has been issued on how to estimate human dietary exposure to newly expressed proteins in food derived from genetically modified crops.
Bats are not adequately covered by the current EU risk assessment for the impact of agrochemicals on birds and ground-dwelling mammals, and a bat-specific assessment needs to be developed, says the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
No safe exposure level for human health can be set for the insecticide, chlorpyrifos, and it does not meet criteria for the renewal of its EU approval, says the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
Environmentalist groups have asked the European Commission to launch a petition seeking to ban synthetic pesticides by 2035.
The Spanish autonomous province of Murcia is seeking the right to approve pesticide active ingredients.
The European Commission has requested an opinion on gene editing from the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies as part of ongoing discussions over the regulation of new breeding techniques (NBTs) in plants.
The European Commission has finally signed off eight new import approvals and two renewals for genetically modified crop lines that have been held up in the EU system for three to six months.
The European Commission is seeking views on draft amendments to add four active ingredients and two basic substances to a list of those permitted for use in organic crop farming.
Bayer's Crop Science division is aiming to increase its market share in the Ukrainian agrochemical market with a significant expansion of its portfolio of products.
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