Herbicides & PGRs
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Environmentalists have again called on a federal appeals court to vacate the US EPA's approval of Bayer legacy company Monsanto's dicamba herbicide.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has proposed the continued registration of the plant growth regulator, uniconazole-P, following a re-evaluation of the active ingredient.
The US EPA has stated that labels for products containing glyphosate cannot include claims that the herbicide causes cancer.
The Colombian Constitutional Court has left the right to decide whether aerial spraying of glyphosate herbicides can be resumed on illegal crops to the National Narcotics Council (CNE).
The Argentine Senasa has lifted its suspension on the approval of DVA Agro's subsidiary, AGM Argentina's herbicide, Wenko (2, 4-D).
The agricultural inspection of Rio Grande do Sul's agriculture and rural development secretariat, the Seapdr, is structuring permanent teams to oversee the use of the herbicide, 2,4-D.
Bayer is facing an increase of over a third in the number of plaintiffs seeking damages for exposure to legacy company Monsanto's glyphosate herbicide.
The Argentine plant and animal health inspection service, the Senasa, has ordered the prohibition of butyl and isobutyl ester formulations of the herbicide, 2, 4-D.
A California state court judge has slashed damages awarded to a couple who claim Bayer legacy company Monsanto's glyphosate-based herbicides caused their cancer from $2,052 million to $86.7 million.
Bayer's Crop Science division is aiming to increase its market share in the Ukrainian agrochemical market with a significant expansion of its portfolio of products.
South Korean chemical company LG Chem’s agrochemical subsidiary, FarmHannong, has launched its herbicide, Flexo (flucetosulfuron) in Philippines.
Japanese company Mitsui Chemicals' agrochemical business, Mitsui Chemicals Agro, and the national agricultural co-operative organisation, Japan Agricultural Co-operatives, are jointly developing Mitsui's new rice herbicide, cyclopyrimorate (trade-marked as Cyra).
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