Herbicides & PGRs
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The US state of Missouri is imposing new restrictions on dicamba herbicides that are more stringent than federal rules, including bans on summer-time spraying.
Councillors in Argentina’s third-largest city, Rosario, have approved a draft bill to ban the sale and use of the herbicide, glyphosate.
An appeal committee of EU member states is to take a second vote later this month on the proposed five-year renewal of the EU approval of the herbicide, glyphosate, after a vote on November 9th failed to return a required qualified majority view.
The US state of Arkansas appears ready to approve a new regulation that will severely restrict spraying of dicamba herbicide in 2018.
Few would argue that dicamba drift has proven a headache for US farmers in 2017, but uncertainty lingers about the extent of the damage and the need for additional restrictions on use of the herbicide on dicamba-tolerant soybeans and cotton.
The Brazilian national health surveillance agency, the Anvisa, has approved the sale and use of the plant growth regulator, abscisic acid.
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