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Date：Jan. 5, 2021 Category：Products
One way toward a more sustainable fruit farm is by using less of an undesirable substance until a better solution proves itself. University of Florida scientist...
Date：Jun. 30, 2017 Category：Companies
Syngenta United States
Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Melon 1 Inc. is working with seed company Syngenta to grow and distribute firm-flesh varieties of seedless watermelon, including Crisp Deli...
Tags:CollaborationFruits and Vegetables
Date：Apr. 26, 2016 Category：Companies
Bayer CropScience U.S.
Bayer CropScience’s Vegetable Seeds division has joined the National Seed Health Accreditation Pilot Program.
Date：Jan. 12, 2016 Category：Markets
The Valparaiso fruit growing region of Chile is free of fruit flies, according to a government minister.
Date：Nov. 14, 2013 Category：Markets
The California Department of Pesticide Regulation has released its 2012 pesticide residue report that shows the bulk of items tested had no detectable pesticide...
Date：Jul. 22, 2011 Category：Companies
Since expanding its North American lettuce reach after acquiring two California seed companies, Syngenta has begun carving out a place for itself in a highly co...
Date：May. 17, 2011 Category：Markets
Amid controversy about how U.S. Department of Agriculture pesticide residue data is used, the agency is days away from releasing its latest report on the Pestic...
Date：Sep. 17, 2009 Category：Products
Methyl iodide has been approved for use in 47 U.S. states, and Barry Bedwell thinks it should be approved in California too.