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Date：Feb. 25, 2021 Category：Markets
India is likely to harvest a record 109.24 million tonnes of wheat this year, the farm ministry said, further boosting stocks at government granaries that are f...
Date：Feb. 16, 2021 Category：Regulations
Farmers in Germany will have to gradually reduce their use of glyphosate and stop using it completely from 2024 in order to preserve clean habitats for insects.
Date：Feb. 9, 2021 Category：Markets
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday urged farmers to end their over two-month long protest against agricultural reforms, assuring them that a mechanis...
Date：Feb. 5, 2021 Category：Companies
Corteva Inc forecast 2021 core earnings above analysts’ estimates on Wednesday as sharp gains in prices of soybean and corn crops boost demand for the seed and...
Syngenta Group, the Swiss agrichemical giant owned by ChemChina, is to build a $230 million research and development centre in the Chinese city of Nanjing, expa...
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Date：Jan. 19, 2021 Category：Regulations
France sees crops developed using gene-editing techniques as different to genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and opposes a European Union court decision to p...
Date：Jan. 18, 2021 Category：Markets
The Mexican government’s push to wean itself off a massive dependence on genetically modified corn imports would upend the country’s food supply, including it...
Date：Jan. 15, 2021 Category：Regulations
China said on Monday it was set to approve the safety of another genetically modified (GMO) corn variety and a GMO soybean, both produced by Beijing Dabeinong T...
Date：Dec. 28, 2020 Category：Markets
Leaders of Indian farmers’ unions have agreed to meet ministers on Tuesday, possibly paving the way for a seventh round of talks with the government which has ...
Date：Dec. 16, 2020 Category：Markets
India’s farmers on Wednesday rejected the government’s proposal to amend three controversial laws and said they would step up protests seeking withdrawal of t...
Date：Dec. 15, 2020 Category：Markets
Russian farmers will increase the sugar beet sowing area by 13.6% year on year to 1.05 million hectares in 2021, the agriculture ministry said on last Friday, s...
Date：Dec. 10, 2020 Category：Regulations
France will give financial aid to farmers who agree to halt use of glyphosate, the farm ministry said on Monday after President Macron said he had failed with e...
Date：Dec. 7, 2020 Category：Markets
India's government failed on Saturday to break a deadlock with farmers protesting over agricultural reforms and will meet again on Wednesday, the agriculture mi...
Date：Dec. 4, 2020 Category：Markets
Undeterred by the harsh winter of India’s capital, its toxic air and surging coronavirus cases, Sukhbinder Singh is among tens of thousands of farmers camped o...
China has begun importing Indian rice for the first time in at least three decades due to tightening supplies from Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam and an offer of...
Date：Dec. 1, 2020 Category：Regulations
Colombia must restart aerial fumigation of coca with the herbicide glyphosate as soon as possible to reduce cocaine production, income for illegal armed groups,...
Date：Nov. 30, 2020 Category：Markets
India’s government on Saturday invited leaders of protesting farmers’ unions for talks next week to address concerns about new laws which seek to deregulate t...
Date：Nov. 13, 2020 Category：Markets
India has earmarked an extra 650 billion rupees ($8.71 billion) in fertilizer subsidies for the current fiscal year, begun in April, Finance Minister Nirmala Si...
Date：Nov. 4, 2020 Category：Regulations
Bayer CropScience AG
Bayer is facing a double hit from a higher legal bill for claims relating to weedkiller Roundup as well as 9.25 billion euros ($10.82 billion) in impairments on...
Date：Oct. 26, 2020 Category：Regulations
Bayer's Monsanto division on Wednesday lost a final appeal in a long-running French legal battle in which the crop chemical maker has been held liable for the a...