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BASF has presented its fungicide, Century Pro (potassium phosphonate), in Italy.
The European Commission has set phase-out schedules for the fungicides, propiconazole and quinoxyfen, and the herbicide, flurtamone, following the decision not to renew their EU approvals.
BASF has received US approval for two fungicidal seed treatments for use on soybeans.
The European Commission has drafted a decision not to renew the EU approval of the fungicide, chlorothalonil.
The Indian company, Crystal Crop Protection (Delhi), is reportedly close to acquiring three pesticide brands from ChemChina-owned Syngenta.
Syngenta has launched a quillay extract-based biofungicide in Chile.
Israeli plant biotechnology company Evogene (Rehovot) has set up an agrochemical subsidiary, AgPlenus.
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.
A group of 22 agrochemical active ingredients that have EU approvals due to expire within two months are to get one-year extensions, while another ai, the herbicide, bispyribac, is to get a two-year extension.
EU agrochemical approval is to be granted to Dutch biopesticide company Koppert Biological Systems’ yeast-based biofungicide, Metschnikowia fructicola strain NRRL Y-27328.
EU member states have voted in favour of decisions not to renew the EU approvals of the fungicides, propiconazole and quinoxyfen, and the herbicide, flurtamone.
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