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The March 2019 update of the US Tolerance Tracker is available in the Agrow Data section.
The US EPA has granted a tolerance exemption for bacteriophages active against the bacterial disease, Xylella fastidiosa, for all food commodities.
Agrochemical company Gowan's US business, Gowan USA (Overland Park, Kansas), has received a US label expansion for its insecticide/acaricide/fungicide, Magister SC (fenazaquin).
Canadian researchers have highlighted a complex interaction between sub-lethal concentrations of the neonicotinoid insecticide, clothianidin, and the mite, Varroa destructor, on honey bees.
A US federal appeals court has ordered the EPA to make a final decision by mid-July on whether it will revoke food tolerances for chlorpyrifos and ban agricultural uses of the insecticide.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has proposed the approval of Malaysian company Emery Oleochemicals' (Selangor) fatty acid ammonium salt-based herbicides, Emerion W 36 SL and Axxe Broad Spectrum Herbicide.
Syngenta has received US approval for the herbicide, Tavium Plus VaporGrip Technology (dicamba + S-metolachlor).
The US EPA has notified receipt of an application from BASF to register the herbicide, trifludimoxazin (trade-marked as Tirexor), as a new active ingredient.
Syngenta has introduced the fungicide, Miravis Ace (pydiflumetofen – trade-marked as Adepidyn + propiconazole), in the US for the control of Fusarium head blight (Fusarium graminearum) on wheat.
Swiss biologicals company Andermatt Biocontrol's Canadian subsidiary, Silvar Technologies (Fredericton, New Brunswick), has received Canadian approval for the biostimulant, Rootwin Plus-S, for use on soybeans.
Revenues generated by the US pest control industry rose by 4.4% to $8,971 million in 2018, according to US market research company Specialty Consultants (Jacksonville, Florida).
A US federal judge has ordered Bayer to try and settle hundreds of lawsuits brought by cancer victims who allege that its legacy company Monsanto had failed to warn them of the risks from its glyphosate-based herbicide, Roundup.
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