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The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has approved several biofungicidal seed treatments based on BASF's Bacillus subtilis strain BU1814.
Dutch Wageningen University entomologists have launched a four-year project to develop biological pest control products for use in greenhouses in China.
The US-based, UK-listed bioproducts company, Plant Health Care (PHC- Raleigh, North Carolina), has signed agreements with three more "global agricultural/seed" companies to evaluate PHC's peptide-based PREtec technology on multiple crops on three continents.
Syngenta has launched a quillay extract-based biofungicide in Chile.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has proposed the approval of four bioinsecticides from US biopesticide company Phyllom BioProducts (Oakland, California) based on Bacillus thuringiensis subsp galleriae strain SDS-502.
FMC has introduced a new formulation of its established insecticide/biofungicide, Ethos XB (bifenthrin + Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain D747), for use with its 3RIVE 3D in-furrow application system.
EU agrochemical approval is to be granted to Dutch biopesticide company Koppert Biological Systems’ yeast-based biofungicide, Metschnikowia fructicola strain NRRL Y-27328.
DowDuPont’s agriculture business, Corteva Agriscience, and FMC each featured as award winners in three categories of the 11th Agrow Awards at a prestigious ceremony in London, UK last night.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has proposed the approval of FMC’s biofungicide/nematicide, F4018-4 (Bacillus subtilis strain FMCH002 + B licheniformis strain FMCH001).
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