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The Argentinean government has rejected claims that the country was the source of traces of genetically modified herbicide tolerant GT73 oilseed rape seeds found in seeds sold under Bayer’s Dekalb brand in France and Germany.
The Brazilian federal attorney general's office (AGU) has won a case overturning a decision that had suspended sanctions imposed by the environmental agency, the Ibama, on a company selling pesticides online.
Brazilian seed company Agro-Sol Sementes has been relaunched as Agro-Sol by French co-operative group InVivo.
Peru’s Campo Limpio (Clean Field) programme won the national Antonio Brack Egg 2018 environment prize for its programme on disposal and recycling of empty pesticide containers.
The president of Brazil’s national health surveillance agency, the Anvisa, has reportedly emphasised that the agency needs to pay attention to the importance of national agribusiness when assessing pesticide products.
Bayer’s Crop Science division has agreed collaborations on sustainable agriculture in the Americas.
Signs grew of a rebound in the Latin American market in 2018.
Russian authorities have reported the detection of traces of glyphosate herbicide in loading soybeans imported from Brazil.
The Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture has revoked its order for registrants of products for the control of Asian soybean rust (Phakopsora pachyrhizi) to submit to its commission on the issue the results of joint trials later this year.
The adoption in Brazil of genetically modified insect-resistant Bt cotton, maize and soybeans generated additional profits of some R$21.5 billion (US$5.7 billion at the current rate) in 2005-18.
Chemical imports for use in agriculture boosted the overall trade in Brazil last year.
Two contrasting draft bills covering agrochemicals are heading for analysis in the Brazilian lower house of Parliament.
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