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A group of agrochemical companies in Brazil have created a tabular presentation to ease understanding of the environmental agency, the Ibama's, reassessment finds on the insecticide, imidacloprid.
Volume sales of formulated agrochemical products rose by 1.7% in Brazil to 549,280 tonnes in 2018.
The second official estimate for Brazil’s major summer and winter crop area finds a slight increase for 2019/20 compared with last month's estimate.
Satellite monitoring of pesticide applications in Uruguay will be extended to cover 400,000 ha in 2020 under a renewed pact.
A Brazilian Senator has introduced draft legislation to the upper house seeking the review of pesticide approvals ten following their registration.
Argentine grapevine growers are instructed to carry out chemical control applications against European grapevine moths (Lobesia botrana) in areas under quarantine controls, the plant and animal health inspection service.
Argentina's November crop planting survey shows little change compared with that of October's survey.
The European Commission’s approach to lowering maximum residue limits (MRLs) for the fungicide, picoxystrobin, earlier this year and not renewing its EU approval in 2017 have been criticised by Brazil as being impractical and unscientific.
Industry association CropLife has launched a Brazilian association, CropLife Brasil.
The Brazilian national health surveillance agency, the Anvisa, approved three biological pesticide active ingredients.
A Brazilian federal judge has suspended the authorisations of 63 pesticide products.
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