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Correction: China revokes the registration of all sulfluramid productsqrcode

Apr. 2, 2019

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Apr. 2, 2019
Correction: All “flubendiamide” in this article should be “sulfluramid” and had been corrected. We are sorry for the problem caused and will strengthen the reviewing system. 


China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs recently issued a notice that, starting from March 22, 2019, pesticide registration and renewal containing sulfluramid (including the technical, single agent, mixed formulation) will not be accepted or approved. 
 
Since March 26, 2019, pesticide registration and production license for sulfluramid products will be withdrawn.
 
Since January 1, 2020, the use of pesticide products containing sulfluramid will be banned.



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