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Argentine start-up company Bioheuris (Rosario) has received an official endorsement to develop a herbicide-tolerant soybean line through gene editing technology.
Adama Agricultural Solutions has been granted a use extension in Brazil for its insecticide, Voraz (methomyl + novaluron).
Brazilian agrochemical company Ihara has launched its selective graminicide, Targa Max (quizalofop-P-ethyl), in its domestic market.
DuPont seed subsidiary DuPont Pioneer has expanded its storage facilities and distribution network for seeds in Brazil.
Just over half (50.3%) of small and medium-sized farms in Peru applied pesticides last year.
The Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture has approved national agrochemical company Nortox’s (Arapongas) herbicide, Meostriona Nortox (mesotrione), for use on maize and sugar cane.
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