Herbicides & PGRs
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has advised the national government to introduce anti-dumping duties on herbicide imports from the EU into Russia.
France has launched an online resource centre to support farmers in the government’s endeavour to put an end to the main uses of the herbicide, glyphosate, by 2020 and for all uses by 2022.
A long running case of a French farmer against Bayer legacy company Monsanto has returned to the French Court of Appeal in Lyon.
Japanese company Mitsui & Co's US biopesticide subsidiary, Certis USA (Columbia, Maryland), has introduced the non-selective fatty acid-based herbicide, Homeplate (caprylic acid + capric acid).
Fourteen agrochemical active ingredients are to have their approval periods extended by one to three years to allow more time for slow EU procedures for renewing the authorisations.
Formal EU approval has been granted to the agrochemical “basic substance”, vinegar, for use as a herbicide.
Russian authorities have reported the detection of traces of glyphosate herbicide in loading soybeans imported from Brazil.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) proposes to allow the continued registration of the herbicide, bromoxynil, following a special review of the active ingredient.
The Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has confirmed its decision to allow the continued registration of products containing the phenoxy herbicide, 2,4-DB, following a re-evaluation of the active ingredient.
Brazilian Parana state soybean growers’ association, the Aprosoja-PR, has been in talks with the Ministry of Agriculture to speed up the approval of agrochemical products.
French President Emmanuel Macron has said that it would be impossible to guarantee that the usage of the herbicide, glyphosate, would end in the country within three years.
The public prosecutor’s office at the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul is to deepen an inquiry into the impacts from drift form applications of the herbicide, 2,4-D, on the state’s soybean crop.
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