Matt Muckerman, Bayer Crop Science North American Glyphosate Portfolio Lead, provides insight into the factors affecting glyphosate prices in 2020 and looking ahead to 2021.
“Delays in transactional data from the Chinese government cause us to question how to handle our pricing strategy.” — Matt Muckerman
Amid the historic disruptions of COVID-19, there is a growing sense of urgency for supply chains to become more diversified. Can India fill the void?
International trade expert Jim DeLisi offers update on the U.S.-China trade war and various agreements impacting agrochemicals.
David Li offers an update on the status on China’s agrochemical industry, with a look to 2021.
Bayer aims to boost food security by supporting up to two million smallholder farmers facing increased challenges as a result of the pandemic.
Reports of little involvement and a non-transparent process in procurement, and that there must be dialogue for FAO to open up for new innovations and formulations going forward.
“All of this is subject to change, at the stroke of a tweet,” said Fanwood Chemical President Jim DeLisi, in a recent webinar on navigating disruption and trade in agrochemicals.
Japanese, American company partner on new offerings to help growers battle weeds across multiple crop segments.
“Our absolute priority is to prevent a breakdown in pesticide stocks in each country.” – Cyril Ferrand, FAO
Tens of thousands of workers who returned to villages are now weighing whether to return at the end of the lockdown.
“If we were to hit a second wave outbreak of coronavirus, then we really could be in trouble globally from a supply dynamic.” — Samuel Taylor, Rabobank