Herbicides & PGRs
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A Brazilian federal court has overturned an injunction suspending the approval of a batch of pesticide products and active ingredients from September.
Bayer has hit back at the Mexican government's refusal to allow the import of the import of 1,000 tonnes of glyphosate herbicide.
Thailand's National Hazardous Substances Committee has decided not to go ahead with a ban on the herbicide, glyphosate, which was to have come into effect on December 1st.
The Mexican Minister of the Environment (Semarnat), Víctor Toledo, has this week rejected the import of 1,000 tonnes of glyphosate herbicide, citing the precautionary principle against the active ingredient.
UPL's Canadian business, UPL AgroSolutions Canada, has received Canadian approval for the herbicide, Komodo (S-metolachlor + benoxacor safener).
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has proposed the approval of FMC's herbicide, Pethoxamid 480 EC (pethoxamid 480 g/litre), for use on maize and soybeans.
A Brazilian federal judge has suspended the authorisations of 63 pesticide products.
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) has granted the world's first approval to BASF's herbicide, Luximax (cinmethylin – trade-marked as Luximo – 750 g/litre).
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) has proposed the approval of ChemChina subsidiary Syngenta's herbicide, Callisto (mesotrione 480 g/litre).
Bayer has confirmed the scale of the reported surge in US lawsuits from plaintiffs seeking damages for exposure to legacy company Monsanto's glyphosate, over claims of a no warnings of a link of cancer to use of the product.
The Brazilian Ministers of Agriculture and Health are to give evidence at a lower house of Parliament hearing on pesticide approvals in the country.
The price of glyphosate herbicide in Argentina has jumped by almost 37.5% in the year to September 2019.
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