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India’s Ministry of Agriculture has decided to ban the insecticide, buprofezin, and the fungicide, tricyclazole.
Syngenta has debuted its combination fungicide, Oliva Top (azoxystrobin + difenoconazole), in Spain.
Syngenta has introduced the fungicidal seed treatment, Vibrance RST (azoxystrobin + fludioxonil + metalaxyl-M + sedaxane), for use on rice in the US.
The New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has approved the import and use of Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha’s fungicide, Kusabi (pyriofenone 300 g/litre), for the control of powdery mildew on apples, grapevines and cucurbits.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has confirmed the continued registration of the fungicide, dimethomorph, following a review of the active ingredient and its associated end-use products.
Corteva Agriscience has trade-marked its fungicide active ingredient, picoxystrobin, as Onmira.
Active ingredients banned or restricted in various parts of the world in 2019/20, with links to original articles.
Syngenta has presented two fungicides in Spain.
The Spanish regional Andalusian pest alert network (RAIF) has issued provisional approvals for two fungicides for use on integrated production programmes.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has confirmed its decision to end certain uses of the fungicide, folpet, to protect human health.
Syngenta has launched its fungicide, Miravis Duo (pydiflumetofen - trade-marked as Adepidyn + difenoconazole), in China.
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