DuPont breakthrough insecticide receives registration approval in Japan and Brazil
Oct. 27, 2009
Products powered by DuPont™ Rynaxypyr® insect control (active ingredient: chlorantraniliprole), a breakthrough insecticide, have received registration approvals in Japan and Brazil. These new products provide rapid, long-lasting protection of fruit, vegetable, rice and other field crops, improving quality and yields.
Since their introduction in the Philippines and Indonesia in 2007, products containing Rynaxypyr® have been protecting crops from chewing insects. These products are now registered in more than 45 countries, including seven European Union countries, the U.S. and Canada.
“Protecting the value and quality of fruits, vegetables and field crops with Rynaxypyr® highlights the DuPont commitment to advancing agriculture by providing answers for rapidly changing grower needs,” said Jim Collins, president - DuPont Crop Protection. “As we move through the third year of introducing this remarkable active ingredient, we continue to build momentum around the rich DuPont pipeline that brings innovation and new opportunities to growers around the world.”
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