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The real cost relationship between soybean produce and inputs such as agrochemicals is turning positive in Brazil.
The Argentine plant and animal health inspection service, the Senasa, has ordered bans on five agrochemical active ingredients.
The Argentine national seed institute, the Inase, has reported the detection of unapproved genetically modified cotton in Argentina.
The Argentine Ministry of Agribusiness has updated the procedures for field trials and of release in greenhouses of genetically modified organisms.
Bayer’s Crop Science division has launched an initiative in Argentina to promote certification of soybean production.
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