• Discovering Novel Insecticides with Nanoparticles 2021-10-09 Nanotechnology has a wide range of applications, including modern agriculture. With a particle size ranging between 1 and 100 nm in diameter, nanoparticles are used to enhance plant growth and their protection against harmful pests, such as insects and other pathogens like bacter...
  • US agrochemical industry to be driven by huge investments towards new herbicides coupled with demand... 2021-10-09 The report titled "US Agrochemical Market Outlook to 2025 – Increasing Usage of Integrated Pest Management Activities and Bio Pesticides to Drive Market Growth" by Ken Research concludes with future market projections on the basis of revenue (formulants and technicals) and sales ...
  • Global concern about rising fertilizer prices 2021-10-09 Rising fertilizer prices could affect how the next plantings are oriented in the United States, while China's problems with energy costs could also affect the costs of manufacturing feed in the Asian giant.This increase in one of the most important inputs in the new agricultural ...
  • Citrus fruit: Asian citrus psyllid discovered in Guyana 2021-10-09 The Asian citrus psyllid Diaphorina citri, a dreaded insect for citrus trees and a vector of one of the most dreaded citrus diseases - citrus greening or Huanglongbing (HLB) - has been detected in Guyana (in Cayenne, Rémire-Montjoly, Matoury and Macouria). Responsible for the des...
  • New broadly applicable tool provides insight into fungicide resistance 2021-10-09 Succinate dehydrogenase inhibitors (SDHIs) are a class of fungicides widely used to control many fungal diseases of crops. The relationship between SDHIs and fungi can be compared to finding the right key for the right lock. However, fungi are adaptable and develop resistance to ...
  • Microbial revolution promises to upend agriculture and future of food 2021-10-09 For decades, new technologies in agriculture have assisted farmers by making food production more efficient. Artificial fertilizers have raised productivity, while genetics tools have enabled better varieties of crops to be produced.But what if even newer technologies threaten to...
  • China is expected to stop phosphate exports, food production prices will rise 2021-10-09 The cost of producing food will increase with the Chinese government expecting to limit the production and export of a crucial agricultural fertilizer.Key pointsChinese phosphate fertilizer manufacturers are expected to stop exporting for more than six monthsAlready, high prices ...
  • Nothing will stop ban on use of glyphosate, insists Greenpeace 2021-10-09 The ban on the controversial herbicide glyphosate cannot be averted, the environmental NGO Greenpeace said Tuesday.Glyphosate is the most widely used pesticide in the world and is listed as “potentially carcinogenic” by the World Health Organization (WHO), although its manufactur...
  • Argentina prohibits pesticides based on Ethyl Chlorpyrifos and Methyl Chlorpyrifos 2021-10-09 In Argentina, the National Agrifood Health and Quality Service (Senasa) has prohibited the use of phytosanitary products formulated based on Chlorpyrifos ethyl and Chlorpyrifos methyl from 2023.This was established by resolution No. 414/2021, published on August 4, 2021, in the O...
  • Argentine bio-input market exceeds US$77 million 2021-10-09 The biological products market in Argentina has reported a turnover of US$77,793,330, according to Casafe (Chamber of Agricultural Health and Fertilizers), which represents leading companies in the production of technology for crop protection.In this line, the inoculants represen...
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