• 2022/23 soybean acreage in Brazil to increase 3% 2022-07-08 A Reuters survey of eight analysts in Brazil estimated that the farmers in Brazil would increase their 2022/23 soybean acreage by 3%. Despite higher production costs compared to last year, the strong commodity prices are expected to encourage farmers to plant more soybeans.The av...
  • Agricultural Adjuvants Global Market Outlook 2022-2027: A $4,786.5 Million Market by 2027, with CAGR... 2022-07-08 The "Agricultural Adjuvants Market - A Global Market and Regional Analysis: Focus on Product, Application, Supply Chain Analysis, and Country Analysis - Analysis and Forecast, 2022-2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.The agricultural adjuvants market ...
  • U.S. EPA sets wildlife protections on 3 pesticides 2022-07-08 The U.S. EPA has set new restrictions on the use of three commonly used pesticides, including the highly controversial chemical chlorpyrifos.In adopting new conservation measures to be required on labels, the environmental agency allows the continued use of chlorpyrifos, malathio...
  • China’s paraquat price rising 2022-07-08 According to baiinfo, the price of Chinese paraquat mother concentrate at 220-kg 42% is quoted at RMB27,000 per ton, rising by RMB1,000 per ton and having reached RMB25,000 to RMB26,000 per ton. The transaction price of 200-liter 20% AS increased by RMB1,000/kl, having reached RM...
  • Glyphosate: A timeline of a pesticide’s rise and legal cases 2022-07-01 One of agriculture's chief inputs is not only a mainstay in the field, it's had its fair share of trips to the courtroom as well.Glyphosate, a chemical that was first used to clean out mineral deposits in pipes and boilers, is commonly used as a herbicide to protect a farmer’s cr...
  • EU Commission proposes cutting pesticides by 50% by 2030 2022-06-24 The European Commission wants to cut the use of chemical pesticides in half by 2030, as part of its latest plan on sustainability and biodiversity.The EU institution's announcement, a piece of its ambitious Farm to Fork strategy, aims to make food systems more healthy and environ...
  • Brazil could become self-sufficient in wheat within 10 years 2022-06-24 In a recent hearing in the Agriculture and Agrarian Reform Commission of the Brazilian Congress, researchers from Embrapa estimated that Brazil could become self sufficient in wheat production within 10 years by expanding wheat production into the cerrado regions of central and n...
  • Corn leafhoppers becoming important corn pest in Brazil 2022-06-24 Over the last few years, farmers in southern Brazil have been fighting a new insect pest that has impacted their corn production. The pest is corn leafhoppers (Dalbulus maidis) and it was first identified in Parana in 2017.Corn leafhoppers can transmit a bacterium in the Mollicut...
  • ISO approves three new pesticide common names: Fluchloraminopyr, Flufenoximacil and Pyriflubenzoxim 2022-06-24 Three new pesticide common names have recently been provisionally approved by ISO.FluchloraminopyrNew ISO common name provisionally approved in June 2022 for a pyridyloxycarboxylic acid herbicide from Qingdao KingAgroot Chemical Compound Co. It will be sold as an ester, fluchlora...
  • Brazilian Anvisa suspends carbendazim fungicide 2022-06-24 The Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) suspended on Tuesday, June 21, the import, production, distribution, and commercialization of the fungicide carbendazim – one of the most used fungicides in Brazil in crops such as soybeans, corn, oranges, and apples.Acti...
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