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Brazil’s Mapa publishes new ordinance establishing National Asian Soybean Rust Control Programqrcode

Jul. 10, 2024

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Jul. 10, 2024

The Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (Mapa) published Ordinance No. 1,124, establishing the National Program for the Control of Asian Soybean Rust (PNCFS), replacing Ordinance No. 865

The PNCFS aims to strengthen the soybean agricultural production system, combining strategic plant health defense actions supported by farm research and technical assistance in disease prevention and control.

The Department of Plant Health and Agricultural Inputs of the Secretariat of Agricultural Defense (SDA), said it maintained the fundamental principles of the sanitary void and soybean sowing calendar. However, among the main changes brought about by the new ordinance, is greater clarity in the definition of the sowing calendar period, the possibility of changing the periods of both the calendar and the sanitary void, based on official data, and scientific research or environmental conditions.

Another significant change concerns soybean cultivation on an exceptional basis, that is, within the sanitary void period or after the sowing calendar. Although they continue to be authorized by the State Plant Health Defense Bodies (OEDSV), these crops, from now on, must also have their purposes approved by the OEDSV, which must communicate to the DSV, during each harvest, all the purposes approved in the respective unit of the federation.


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