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Israeli biopesticide company, STK (previously Stockton), and BASF have agreed a distribution deal for the former’s biofungicide, Timorex Gold (Melaleuca alternifolia extract), in Brazil.
A plethora of different scientific, regulatory and commercial definitions of the term ‘biopesticide’ exists, so there is no single internationally-agreed designation. From a regulatory perspective, the precise terminology and scope can vary considerably between different countries.
The Israeli biopesticide company, STK Bio-ag technologies (formerly Stockton), has received approval in the US state of California for its biofungicide, Aviv (Bacillus subtilis strain AB/BS03).
Brazilian company BRA Agroquímica (Piracicaba) has been granted approval for its Metarhizium anisopliae-based bioinsecticide, Arcar.
The US EPA has approved Monsanto’s seed treatment, Acceleron B-360 ST (lipochitooligosaccharide SP104), for use on maize.
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