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The Brazilian integrated citrus production (PIC) list committee has issued a restriction on the use of dimethoate insecticide on citrus fruit.
The Brazilian Minister of Agriculture, Tereza Cristina, has expanded on her defence of the pesticide registrations in Brazil at a breakfast with national media.
The Colombian Constitutional Court has left the right to decide whether aerial spraying of glyphosate herbicides can be resumed on illegal crops to the National Narcotics Council (CNE).
BASF and Israeli precision agriculture company Taranis (Tel Aviv) have agreed a collaboration to provide farmers in Brazil with crop monitoring solutions.
A Brazilian federal judge has ordered a human health reassessment of the fungicide, carbendazim.
Brazilian Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina says that her department will issue a decree in the coming days to aid smallholder farmers to enhance their knowledge of applying pesticides.
Robert Birkett talks with CropLife Latin America's president and CEO, Jose Perdomo, and Brazil's generic agrochemical industry association, the Aenda's, chief executive, Tulio Oliveira, about: the rebound in the agrochemical market and whether it was a turning point; the accelerating Brazilian product approvals; and anticipated changes in several Latin America countries.
The adoption of genetically modified crops increased in Latin America last year. The increase was led by Argentina.
The agricultural inspection of Rio Grande do Sul's agriculture and rural development secretariat, the Seapdr, is structuring permanent teams to oversee the use of the herbicide, 2,4-D.
Signs of a rebound in the Latin American market were confirmed earlier this year when Phillips McDougall published its figures for the crop protection market in 2018.
The Argentine plant and animal health inspection service, the Senasa, has ordered the prohibition of butyl and isobutyl ester formulations of the herbicide, 2, 4-D.
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