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Date：Jan. 12, 2011 Category：Companies
Susquehanna is reiterating their Positive rating on shares of Monsanto (NYSE: MON), as the company announced that they have received regulatory approval for pla...
Date：Jan. 11, 2011 Category：Markets
Fungal infections have wiped out 60 per cent of strawberry plantations around Da Lat City in the Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) province of Lam Dong.
Armyworms have destroyed more than 1,700 hectares of coffee in Mbinga District, Ruvuma Region.
Kenya has received Sh40 million to fight aflatoxin in cereals, setting the stage for increased food security and reduction in losses incurred by maize farmers w...
A total of 401 pesticides have been either restricted or banned in the UAE. Dr Rashid Ahmad Bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water, issued yesterday a min...
China's Ministry of Public Security has launched a three-month campaign to crack down on the manufacturing and selling of fraudulent seeds, pesticide and fertil...
Date：Jan. 10, 2011 Category：Markets
According to the statistics from 31 provinces in China, Shao Zhenrun, director of National Agricultural Technical Extension and Service Center, said that the to...
Bitter cold weather in northern parts of the country has badly affected agricultural produce, leading to a shortage of supply of fresh vegetables as demand incr...
Date：Jan. 10, 2011 Category：Companies
DuPont said on Wednesday it was launching a new corn seed that would yield better in "water-limited" environments, as growers around the world seek ways to maxi...
Date：Jan. 10, 2011 Category：Products
Bayer CropScience representatives are gathering with potato growers during the National Potato Expo (January 5-7) to discuss the features and benefits of Movent...
Several projects across platforms and crops designed to improve farmers' on-farm productivity and profitability advanced phases as part of Monsanto Company's an...
The Makhteshim Agan Group, the world leader in branded off-patent crop protection solutions, announced today that on January 8, 2011, after previously having re...
Date：Jan. 10, 2011 Category：Science&Research
Indian scientists are working on developing the next generation of pesticides that employ nanoparticles, have potentially reduced toxicity, and can dramatically...
Date：Jan. 7, 2011 Category：Markets
Agriculture officials in Zimbabwe said Tuesday large swarms of armyworms had invaded farms in the main cropping northern and eastern areas of the country, threa...
Date：Jan. 7, 2011 Category：Products
Farmers wanting to plant the latest trait technologies can select from an expanded lineup of corn and soybean products with Genuity traits available for 2011.
Date：Jan. 7, 2011 Category：Regulations
EPA officials say the consequences of climate change, such as rising temperatures and shifting precipitation patterns, may require the agency to conduct periodi...
The Junagadh Agricultural University (JAU) will launch two biopesticides under the brand name of 'Savaj' (Lion) on January 15, during the university's convocati...
Global economic crisis in 2008 and 2009 failed to trouble the world biopesticides market, as demand for the products remained high. Growing environmental concer...
Date：Jan. 7, 2011 Category：Companies
Agrochemical manufacturer United Phosphorus enjoyed a robust performance as its sector continued to out-perform the wider economy.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has spent the past decade considering adding warnings to herbicide product labels against applying the chemicals in way...
Date：Jan. 6, 2011 Category：Products
Bayer CropScience announces five new FiberMax varieties and one new Stoneville variety for 2011. These new varieties increase the extensive Bayer CropScience co...
Date：Jan. 6, 2011 Category：Markets
Pesticide use dropped in California for a fourth consecutive year in 2009, the Department of Pesticide Regulation announced Wednesday. Nearly 156 million pounds...
Date：Jan. 6, 2011 Category：Companies
German chemicals giants Bayer and BASF said they were teaming up to produce genetically modified rice seeds, technology than can boost yields but which is criti...
Late blight, a fungal disease, has attacked the potato crop in Punjab, which is a major producer of tuber crop in the country, raising fear of damage to the cro...
Valent BioSciences Corporation (VBC)
The biological product DiPel DF has been granted a number of new SOLAs for use as a horticultural insecticide in a number of crops including outdoor and protect...
Date：Jan. 6, 2011 Category：Regulations
When China’s main legislative body meets in March, one of the issues on the docket will be genetically modified foods.
Date：Jan. 5, 2011 Category：Companies
Arysta LifeScience and Cheminova A/S are pleased to announce the signature of agreements by which Arysta LifeScience Czech, based in Prague, and Arysta LifeScie...
Date：Jan. 5, 2011 Category：Markets
Hot weather and dryness continue to threaten corn and soy production in Argentina, where some corn crops are entering a key growth stage, according to a Reuters...
Date：Jan. 5, 2011 Category：Products
Syngenta Seedcare introduces Avicta Complete Beans, a combination of separately registered products, which contains the first seed treatment nematicide availabl...
DuPont Professional Products recently announced that DuPont Altriset termiticide has been registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and stat...