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Draft decisions to renew the EU approvals of three agrochemical active ingredients have received positive votes from EU member states.
EU member states have voted in favour of proposals to approve ChemChina subsidiary Syngenta’s bionematicide, Pasteuria nishizawae Pn1, as a “low-risk” active ingredient.
In this instalment of Agrow’s annual biologicals sector review, we examine the impact on the sector of the mega mergers and acquisitions involving the biggest players in the crop protection industry.
The US and Canada have made the registration of biopesticide products more efficient through the development of modified test methodologies and clear guidance documents. However, in the EU, biopesticides are still registered under the same regulatory framework as chemical pesticides. Dr Oni Oluwatobi, consultant at TSG Consulting, writes on the topic.
Dr Lars Huber (senior manager regulatory affairs, head of biostimulants, fertiliser and IPM) and Dr Joachim Kranz (manager regulatory affairs, agrochemicals and biopesticides – efficacy) from German regulatory consultancy SCC write about efficacy of low-risk substances and micro-organisms.
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