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US state of California environmental officials have taken the next step towards imposing a statewide ban on the insecticide, chlorpyrifos.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has proposed the continued registration of the plant growth regulator, uniconazole-P, following a re-evaluation of the active ingredient.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has proposed the approval of US company BetaTec Hop Products' (Yakima, Washington) acaricide, HopGuard II (potassium salts of hop beta acids), for the control of varroa mites in honeybee hives.
The US EPA has proposed the approval of Bayer legacy company Monsanto's biopesticide plant growth regulator, LCO (lipochitooligosaccharide) MOR116.
The US EPA has proposed the approval of Canadian company Bee Vectoring Technologies' (BVT – Mississauga, Ontario) bee vectored biofungicide, Vectorite with CR-7 (Clonostachys rosea strain CR-7).
The US EPA has proposed the approval of Swiss biopesticide company Andermatt Biocontrol's viral insecticide, Loopex (Autographa californica multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus strain FV#11), for the control of cabbage loopers (Trichoplusia ni).
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has proposed the approval of six products based on BASF's new fungicide, mefentrifluconazole (trade-marked as Revysol).
The US EPA has stated that labels for products containing glyphosate cannot include claims that the herbicide causes cancer.
The US EPA has decided to lower a key metric used to determine safe exposure levels for pyrethroid insecticides.
The May 2019 update of the US Tolerance Tracker is available in the Agrow Data section.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency has proposed the continued registration of Finnish company Verdera's biofungicide, Mycostop (Streptomyces griseoviridis strain K61), following a re-evaluation of the active ingredient.
The US agricultural biotechnology company, AgBiome Innovations (Research Triangle Park, North Carolina), and Japanese company Sumitomo Corporation have agreed a joint registration development and commercialisation deal for a biofungicide in Mexico.
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