• Micro fertilizer sector in India urges govt. not to control prices of micronutrients 2022-05-13 Micro-fertiliser makers’ body IMMA on Saturday hailed the proposed bill on plant nutrition management to regulate the sector, but urged the government not to bring any price control mechanism for micronutrients and speciality products.The Indian Micro-Fertilizers Manufacturers As...
  • Uruguay has 14 biopesticides registered and 18 in process 2022-05-13 In Uruguay there are already 14 biological control agents or bio-inputs registered and 18 more in process, according to data updated at the end of 2021 by the Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries (MGAP).Among the technologies registered in this country are parasites, ...
  • Organic Farming | What does organic farming contribute to global carbon reduction? 2022-05-13 Under global climate change, the development of low-carbon agriculture with low emission and low energy consumption has gradually become an important way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Organic farming is one of the several major low-carbon farming models, which strictly foll...
  • China launches remote sensing on crops to forecast production and ensure food safety 2022-05-06 Chinese meteorologists launched monitoring and assessment services for winter wheat distribution across the country that is based on remote sensing satellite technology.The monitoring accuracy reached a resolution of 30 meters from space, and meteorology departments at the nation...
  • Plant Growth Regulators Market Worth USD 7.16 Billion by 2028 2022-05-06 The global plant growth regulators market size was USD 3.23 billion in 2020. The market is anticipated to grow from USD 3.69 billion in 2021 to USD 7.16 billion by 2028 at a CAGR of 9.94% in the 2021-2028 period.The growing demand for high-quality food grains is expected to ampli...
  • Auburn Researcher: Nanomaterials Could Make Pesticide Use More Efficient, Sustainable 2022-05-06 While nearly 4 million tons of conventional pesticides are used annually, only a small amount-1% to 25%-reach the target organisms, leaving a large proportion released into the environment as a potential hazard. This is due to many factors such as spray drift, volatilization, rol...
  • China’s chemical pesticide technical production decreased in March 2022-04-29 Data shows that in March, 2022, the monthly production of chemical pesticides technicals and the cumulative production amount in China decreased to some extent. In March 2021, the national production of chemical pesticides was 237,000 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 2.5%. From J...
  • Russian fertilizer ships head to Brazil despite sanctions 2022-04-29 Despite concerns that sanctions against Russia cause a shortage of fertilizers in Brazil, preliminary shipping data shows that orders are being fulfilled and ships are heading to the country, which could allow for a normal grain planting season.At least 24 ships carrying nearly 6...
  • Less than 3 percent pesticides in Indian market misbranded FY 2021-22 2022-04-29 In India, there are more than 500 formulations registered, about 200 combination pesticides and 80 biopesticides registered. Supply of misbranded pesticide is a critical concern for the Indian government and can directly affect the agriculture production targets of the country.Th...
  • FAO Global Action for Fall Armyworm Control extended to end of 2023 with broader scope 2022-04-29 The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is to extend its global drive against one of the world’s most invasive plant pests – fall armyworm – which is still destroying billions of dollars’ worth of crops despite progress and a raft of measures to tackle i...
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