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Jan. 15, 2019

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Jan. 15, 2019

Chengdu Newsun receives Chinese National Science & Technology Progress Award for soil acidification control research achievement

Recently, Chinese company Chengdu Newsun Crop Science received a Chinese National Science & Technology Progress Grade II Award given to its soil acidification control research for application to China’s red soil region. The research involves integrated studies for nearly 30 years, covering long-term site-monitoring activities in six typical provinces of China, thus creating a key technique for the prevention and control of soil acidification, which is referred to as “de-acidification by precision lime application, acid blocking by organic fertilizer and acid control by decreased nitrogen”. Subsequently, the company has developed an acid soil conditioner product called PH-UP, which is promoted for nation-wide large-scale applications, in combination with its soil acidification control technique. 

Chengdu Newsun Crop Science is committed to research, production and promotion of agricultural inputs pertaining to organic farming and green farming. Since the eighties of the last century up to the present, the company has dedicated itself to the research and promotion of botanical agricultural inputs. Its biopesticide research, especially botanical product development, proprietary technology and product applications have all progressed to a national-advanced level or even world-advanced level.
Chengdu Newsun Crop Science has won a good deal of national and international awards due to its nearly 100 research achievements and invention patents over the last 30 years. So far, Chengdu Newsun Crop Science has been granted 135 patents, including 109 invention patents, of which 64 are biopesticide-related patents, including two international patents in the United States and Australia. 
 

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Chengdu Newsun Crop Science currently owns 31 pesticide registrations, including 20 biological and botanical pesticides each. At present, the company owns the largest number of registrations of biological pesticide and botanical pesticide in China. For some botanical pesticide formulations, such as 14-hydroxylated brassinosteroid mother liquid (Natural Brassin Lactone) and allicin mother liquid and formulations, Chengdu Newsun Crop Science is currently the only company to have such registrations. 
 
Chengdu Newsun Crop Science implements a “healthy crop protection” development concept, being supported by its production of 300-odd agricultural inputs, which can fulfill green agricultural production requirements, covering more than 20 kinds of organic products and green agricultural products. Hence, the company has become the only whole-course crop protection service provider in China or even the world that is able to fully satisfy the needs of organic agricultural production and to solve the difficult problem of inadequate agricultural inputs for organic farming and sustainable development.
 

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As a green farming and biopesticide promotion pioneer, Chengdu Newsun Crop Science is determined to continue its efforts on research into biopesticides, green farming and agricultural sustainable development so as to make its contributions to the agricultural development of China and of the world.

 
To know more about Chengdu Newsun Crop Science, please visit:  http://www.cdxzy.com/en/  

Any inquiry, please contact newsunagro@cdxzy.com 
 
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