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Cropchem obtained registrations for three formulations in the first half of 2017 in Brazilqrcode

Sep. 20, 2017

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Sep. 20, 2017
Cropchem, a Brazilian company specialized in distributing pesticides in the Brazilian market, has obtained the final registrations for three formulations. All those registrations have one characteristic in common: the care about the environment. As many customers are looking for products with less impact on the environment, Cropchem looked for higher level of concentration, lowering the impacts in many ways, like less goods to transport and less package.
 
The formulations are:
 
- Kyron 750 WG (Nicosulfuron 750 WG): Cropchem already had a registration of Nicosulfuron 40 SC, but now the company have obtained a formulation 18.75 times more concentrated;
- Abadin 72 EC (Abamectin 72 EC): This is a new registration in Brazil, four times more concentrated than the regular registration on the market (Abamectin 18 EC);
- Mantis 400 WG (Abamectin 400 WG): This is an unprecedented and exclusive registration in Brazil for Abamectin (WG).
 
About the company:


Cropchem is a Brazilian company which established in 2000, specialized in formulating and distributing pesticides in the Brazilian market. Cropchem’s headquarter is located in Porto Alegre, the company also has two distribution centers in strategic points. Cropchem’s sales cover the whole Brazilian market with 70 molecules and more than 70 formulations on its portfolio (including registered products and products under registration). For more information, please visit http://www.cropchem.com.br/
 
Source: Cropchem

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