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Argentina approves Monsanto GM soybean

The Argentine Ministry of Agriculture has approved a Monsanto genetically modified double herbicide-tolerant soybean.
Argentina Herbicide Tolerance

Argentina approves GM alfalfa

Argentina has approved Argentine Bioceres group’s affiliate, Indear’s, genetically modified stacked herbicide-tolerant and altered content alfalfa.

Argentina Product Approvals

Brazil Embrapa chief backs changes to agchem regulations

A senior civil servant chief within the Ministry of Agriculture has given public support for amendments to legislation governing agrochemicals in the country.
Brazil Brazil Anvisa

Brazil judge upholds Monsanto royalty rights on saved Intacta 2 soy

A Brazilian judge has ruled that Monsanto’s collection of royalties on genetically modified glyphosate-tolerant and insect-resistant Intacta RR2 Pro (MON87701xMON89788) soybean technology is legal.
Brazil Monsanto

Brazilian agchem sector event debates regulatory changes

Brazilian agrochemical public and private sector professionals met in Brazil last week to discuss potential cuts to the country’s bureaucracy and “modernisation” of the agrochemical registration processes.
Brazil Mapa Policy & Regulation

Brazil CTNBio partially OKs Monsanto GM maize

The Brazilian national technical biosafety commission, the CTNBio, has partially approved a Monsanto genetically modified stacked insect-resistant and herbicide-tolerant maize.
CTNBio Input Traits

Brazilian protests hit Adama agchem raw material stocks

Lorry blockades on protests against rising fuel prices in Brazil are hitting ChemChina subsidiary Adama’s stocks of primary material for the production of its agrochemicals.
Brazil Adama

Brazil state bans agchem ais

The Brazilian state of the Amazons has banned the sale and use of several pesticide active ingredients.
Brazil Fungicides

Opponents round on Brazilian draft agchem bill

Participants unanimously opposed a proposed change in the Brazilian pesticide registration law at a public session at the country’s lower House of Parliament last week.
Brazil Brazil Ibama

CCAS endorses Brazilian draft agchem bill

The Brazilian agricultural sustainability pressure group, the CCAS, is backing draft parliamentary bills seeking changes to the country’s pesticide approval system.

Brazil Brazil Ibama

Brazilian police investigate paraquat phase-out amendments

Brazilian federal police are reportedly questioning the national health surveillance agency, the Anvisa, and the agrochemical industry trade association, the Sindiveg, over decisions taken last year on the phase-out of paraquat herbicide.
Brazil Brazil Anvisa

Ibama slams Brazilian draft agchem approvals bill

The Brazilian environmental agency, the Ibama, has criticised the draft bill seeking to amend the country’s pesticide registration system and opposes its passing.
Brazil Ibama Brazil
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