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Syngenta's venture capital business, Syngenta Ventures, and an Israel-based biologicals company, WeedOut, have closed a Series A funding round for the Israeli business.
Bayer's Crop Science division has unveiled its "new" biological crop protection products in Spain.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has proposed the expanded approval of Spanish company Biocontrol Technologies’ biofungicide, Asperello T34 Biocontrol (Trichoderma asperellum strain T34), for use on greenhouse vegetables, ornamentals and cannabis.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has confirmed the continued registration of Finnish company Verdera’s biofungicide, Mycostop (Streptomyces griseoviridis strain K61), following a re-evaluation of the active ingredient and associated end-use products.
The Brazilian national health surveillance agency, the Anvisa, has recommended the approval of the biological control agent, green lacewings (Chrysoperla externa).
Syngenta has presented two fungicides in Spain.
The US-based, UK-listed bioproducts company, Plant Health Care (PHC - Raleigh, North Carolina), has received approval in the US state of California for its harpin αβ-based product, Employ, for the suppression of nematodes in almonds, grapevines and walnuts.
The US EPA has notified receipt of applications from FMC in November 2019 to register the new biopesticide active ingredient, Bacillus velezensis strain RTI301, alone and in combination with other ais.
The Spanish regional Andalusian pest alert network (RAIF) has issued provisional approvals for two fungicides for use on integrated production programmes.
A proposal before the Brazilian Parliament would exempt growers and importers of biological crop protection products to paying social security (Cofins) and unemployment insurance (PIS/Pasep) contributions.
The US EPA has proposed the first residential and outdoor uses of Spanish company FuturEco Bioscience’s (Barcelona) bioinsecticide/acaricide, NoFly WP (Isaria fumosoroseus strain FE9901).
US biopesticide company Marrone Bio Innovations (MBI – Davis, California) has received approval in the US state of California for its biofungicide, Stargus (Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain F727).
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