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The New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is to hold a public hearing on an application to release the parasitoid wasp, Pauesia nigrovaria, as a biological control agent against the invasive giant willow aphid (Tuberolachnus salignus).
The US microbial products company, BioConsortia (Davis, California), has moved a biostimulant seed treatment to the registration phase.
Formal EU approvals have been published for two biofungicide active ingredients, both of which have been designated as “low-risk”.
The Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture has approved ten biological control products.
The Mexican Ministry of Health's toxicology authority, the Cofepris, has approved US biopesticide company Marrone Bio Innovations' (MBI - Davis, California) Bacillus amyloliquefaciens-based biofungicide, Stargus.
Speakers at the Agchem Forum this month welcomed advances in the adoption and improvements in the regulation of low-risk substances, while demanding structural changes.
US biopesticide company Marrone Bio Innovations' (MBI - Davis, California) new subsidiary, Pro Farm Technologies, has agreed a long-term deal with Corteva Agriscience in Europe to develop and commercialise seed-applied biological products.
The Brazilian national health surveillance agency, the Anvisa, has approved two new chemical pesticide and one biostimulant active ingredients.
The US microbial products company, BioConsortia (Davis, California), has moved several biofungicides and biostimulants into the registration phase and plans to submit a series of nematicides for approval next year.
The US EPA has established a tolerance exemption for Bayer legacy company Monsanto's biopesticide plant growth regulator, LCO (lipochitooligosaccharide) MOR116, for use on all food commodities.
The US EPA is reviewing requests by several pesticide manufacturers to allow use of their products on hemp.
Japanese company Mitsui & Co’s biopesticide subsidiary, Certis USA, is to sell and distribute Bayer's Crop Science division's bioinsecticide, Requiem Prime (terpenoid blend QRD 460 from the extract of Chenopodium ambrosioides), in the US.
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