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Agrichemicals

California Pursues New Health Protections on Chlorpyrifos

State considers identification of the pesticide as a toxic air contaminant and developmental toxicant.

Americas

Staphyt Branching Out in America

Staphyt has just signed partnership agreements covering the entire American continent. This French company is pursuing its international expansion and

Americas

Biostimulants Clamor for a Piece of the Row Crop Market

As companies await word on a new regulatory framework from EPA, biostimulants remain hot.

Agrichemicals

Brazil Suspends 63 Fungicides Targeting Asian Soybean Rust

Resistance of the fungus to fungicides has spread widely in the country.

Biopesticides

The EU’s (Not-So) Fast Track for Biocontrols

With each passing year, it seems regulatory agencies around the world have made it more difficult for manufacturers to introduce

Agrichemicals

New Wheat Herbicide Helps Growers Manage Resistant Weeds

Quelex herbicide from Dow AgroSciences is now registered by the U.S. EPA, providing wheat growers a new solution for advanced

Agrichemicals

Eurofins Field Station, Lab Gain CIB Accreditation in India

The Central Insecticide Board of India (CIB) certified Eurofins Agroscience Services’ field station in Coimbatore to conduct residue trials, the

Biostimulants

EBIC Calls on Scientific Community to Promote Innovation for Microbial Biostimulants

In March 2016, the European Commission published the draft of a future Regulation on Fertilizing Products. For the first time,

Adjuvants

Flashing Back and Moving Forward on Drift

The potential for pesticide drift remains an unavoidable feature of modern agriculture. Here, too, history repeats itself. “When Roundup debuted,

Agrichemicals

Bayer CropScience Requests EPA Hearing Over Flubendiamide

Bayer CropScience said it has formally asked for a hearing before EPA’s Administrative Law Judge because it disagrees with EPA’s

Agrichemicals

EPA Proposes to Register Dicamba for Use on GM Crops

In a milestone decision, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Friday it is proposing to register dicamba to control weeds

Agrichemicals

EU Defers Decision on Glyphosate – Reuters

The European Union deferred a decision on whether to extend approval of glyphosate, after a dispute between EU and U.N.

Agrichemicals

EPA Proposes Actions to Stop Paraquat Poisonings

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it is proposing actions to stop poisonings caused by accidental ingestion of paraquat, which

monsanto roundup
Agrichemicals

EU Expected to Extend Glyphosate Approval

The European Union is expected to extend approval next week for glyphosate, according to a Reuters article, which cited anonymous

Agrichemicals

EPA Moves to Cancel the Insecticide Flubendiamide

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said it is issuing a notice of intent to cancel all Bayer CropScience and Nichino

Adjuvants

Breaking Down the Adjuvant Industry’s Regulatory Dilemma

There is a catch to the long-awaited approvals of the new technologies from Dow AgroSciences, Monsanto, and BASF, and it’s

Agrichemicals

Syngenta’s Acuron Flexi Gets EPA Approval

Growers looking to control their toughest weeds with flexibility will have access to Acuron Flexi corn herbicide from Syngenta, now

Americas

Marrone Bio Innovations Submits Biofungicide to EPA

Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. said it has submitted a new biological fungicide (MBI-110) to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The

Agrichemicals

Willowood Gets EPA Approval for Herbicide

Willowood USA announced today that U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved its Willowood Mesotrione 4SC product. Willowood Mesotrione 4SC is

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Agrichemicals

Seed Firms’ Changes Bring Uncertainty, Promises

The months ahead will reveal what these altered players will look like and how they’ll work with dealers and growers. They’ll also show where companies are focusing efforts in trait development and crop systems.

Agrichemicals

Herbicide Debates Move Into the Courtroom

Over the past month, two herbicides, glyphosate and dicamba, have ended up with lawsuits filed in a pair of states.

Americas

Valagro Launches Biostimulant in Brazil

After being launched in Spain, Egypt, Mexico and Italy, RETROSAL is being officially presented to the Brazilian market.

Agrichemicals

Arysta LifeScience Names New Head of Europe, Middle East & Africa

Arysta LifeScience has named Hildo Brilleman as the company’s CEO of its Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region, effective

Agrichemicals

Missouri Latest U.S. State to Set Dicamba Cut-off Date for 2018

Missouri Department of Agriculture 'takes proactive measures to reduce off-target crop injury during the 2018 growing season.'