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Brazilian agrochemical company Ihara (Sorocaba) is launching its insecticide, Dino Movido (Mitsui Chemicals Agro's dinotefuran).
EU approval for alpha-cypermethrin as substitution candidate
Pesticide manufacturers have agreed to stop selling chlorpyrifos products in the US state of California.
Germany is seeking to further reduce the use of agrochemicals in its agriculture.
Opinions on EU harmonised hazard classifications and labelling for three agrochemicals have been adopted by the Risk Assessment Committee (RAC) of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).
A Brazilian state MP has introduced legislation seeking to ban the several key pesticide active ingredients and the aerial spraying of agrochemicals in the major agriculture state of Mato Grosso.
Establishing uses of the insecticide, cypermethrin, that are safe for aquatic organisms and non-target arthropods would require risk mitigation measures that are “challenging” to achieve in practice, says the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
The US biopesticide company, BioWorks (Victor, New York), has added the mineral oil-based insecticide/acaricide/fungicide, SuffOil-X, to its Canadian product range.
US environmentalists have filed a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration's decision to reverse a 2014 ban on the use of neonicotinoid insecticides and the cultivation of genetically modified crops in national wildlife refuges.
EU member states have been given until January 3rd 2020 to withdraw approvals for products containing the insecticide/acaricide, methiocarb, following the decision in July not to renew its approval.
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.
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