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Date：Sep. 22, 2009 Category：Markets
The agriculture ministry has okayed Monsanto India’s plan to do business in genetically modified material.
Date：Sep. 22, 2009 Category：Products
CSIRO scientists are breeding new varieties of disease-resistant wheat in an effort to improve crop yields and avert a potential food supply crisis.
Date：Sep. 22, 2009 Category：Companies
Syngenta Seeds formally opened its new North American headquarters in Minnetonka yesterday morning.
Date：Sep. 22, 2009 Category：Biotech
Chemtura? has received Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registration for RANCONA? Pinnacle, an innovative new seed treatment
* $37 million Trait Development Alliance to develop high-value performance enhancement traits in 5 major crops
* MAI gains option to gradually become a 50.1% ...
Date：Sep. 21, 2009 Category：Products
The agency has decided nobody can use Guthion after the summer of 2012. A small group of growers has been trying to find a replacement.
Date：Sep. 21, 2009 Category：Biotech
Origin Agritech Ltd., China’s third-biggest seed producer, said it may gain government approval next year to sell corn engineered with a newly licensed gene th...
Urgent government measures and increased public and private investment in the seed sector are required for the long term if agriculture is to meet the challenge...
Spanish authorities detected traces of unauthorized forms of genetically modified (GM) corn in U.S. soy shipments on August 25 and blocked the imports, a Europe...
Date：Sep. 21, 2009 Category：Companies
Monsanto shed more light Friday on their reasons for cutting the price of their glyphoste-based Roundup, PowerMax and WeatherMax brands by up to 50 percent.
Date：Sep. 18, 2009 Category：Biotech
Brazils biosecurity regulator, CTNBio, approved two new varieties of genetically modified corn on Thursday
Date：Sep. 18, 2009 Category：Markets
? Ascochyta blight found in crop on Yorke Peninsula
? Control strategies may be required to prevent disease spread and yield loss
? Conditions co...
In July 2009, GM Crops, the first international peer-reviewed journal of its kind will be launched to focus exclusively on genetically modified crops.
Date：Sep. 18, 2009 Category：Companies
DuPont recently announced the addition of four new seed research centers in developing countries and expanded operations at three existing facilities to develop...
Date：Sep. 18, 2009 Category：Products
Two environmental groups are urging the state pesticide board to deny a proposal to use a controversial insecticide in a particular way to halt the spread of th...
Falling monthly sales values for agricultural chemicals since April are predicted to erase rises in the first half of this pesticide year, which began in Octobe...
Badge X2 is now registered in California and Florida (other states pending), paving the way for introduction in both states in 2009. Badge X2, is a unique and i...
BioScience sales of EUR 1.4 billion targeted for 2018 / Biotech licensing agreements tap into business potential in excess of EUR 500 million / Peak sales poten...
Date：Sep. 17, 2009 Category：Companies
China Agritech, Inc., a leading national organic fertilizer manufacturer and distributor in China, has completed the construction and equipment installation at ...
Date：Sep. 17, 2009 Category：Markets
The fungus has been confirmed in 21 of the 35 Arkansas counties that produce soybeans, though the spread is likely greater, officials said Tuesday.
Date：Sep. 17, 2009 Category：Products
Two Iowa State University researchers are examining a new method of controlling soybean aphids without the use of chemical pesticides.
Date：Sep. 17, 2009 Category：Regulations
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published the results of on-going work to develop methodologies to assess the cumulative effects resulting from consum...
Modification of the residue definition of glyphosate in genetically modified maize grain and soybeans, and in products of animal origin on request from the Euro...
MANA Crop Protection introduces Pruvin rimsulfuron herbicide for control of some of the toughest broadleaf and grass challenges to tree, nut and vine crops, fie...
Methyl iodide has been approved for use in 47 U.S. states, and Barry Bedwell thinks it should be approved in California too.
Date：Sep. 17, 2009 Category：Biotech
DuPont Vice President and Pioneer Hi-Bred President Paul Schickler said he expects the DuPont seed business Pioneer Hi-Bred to grow both its top- and bottom-lin...
Date：Sep. 16, 2009 Category：Products
The UK Government is considering reinstating a pesticide, aminopyralid, which has caused huge amounts of damage to fruit and vegetable crops, and which was with...
Four new products powered by Kixor designed to offer superior broadleaf weed control in a wide range of crops