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BASF has introduced the fungicidal seed treatment, Ilevo (fluopyram), in Australia. It is for the control of blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans) on canola.
BASF has debuted its fungicide, Imtrex Flowable (fluxapyroxad - trade-marked as Xemium), for use on field crops in Japan.
BASF has received French approval for its fungicide, Dagonis (fluxapyroxad – trade-marked as Xemium 75g/litre + difenoconazole 50 g/litre).
Syngenta has introduced the fungicide, Orondis Flexi (oxathiapiprolin 15 g/litre + azoxystrobin 155 g/litre), in Australia.
Syngenta has launched its fungicide, Switch One (fludioxonil), in Spain.
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.
BASF has received French approval for its fungicide, Amplitude/Sulky (mefentrifluconazole – trade-marked as Revysol – 100 g/litre).
The Brazilian environmental agency, the Ibama, has issued environmental profiles for 20 pesticide active ingredients.
The Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture has approved 63 pesticide products, including seven "new" products and active ingredients, as well as generic products.
The Brazilian national health surveillance agency, the Anvisa, has approved two new chemical pesticide and one biostimulant active ingredients.
BASF has launched its fungicide, Belanty SC (mefentrifluconazole – trade-marked as Revysol – 400 g/litre), in Colombia.
Bayer's Crop Science division has received the first global approval for its fungicide, isoflucypram (trade-marked as iblon), in New Zealand.
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