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New Japanese technology with Bacillus subtilis to control nematodes launched in Brazil
Brazilian company Biotrop, on Monday, announced a new biological nematicide called Furatrop that combines Japanese Hayai technology and the CNPSo2657 strain of Bacillus subtilis, and reduces damage to soybean and several other crops.
Explore Innovations in Seed Treatment
To follow up with the development trend, AgroPages plans to invite leading companies and experts in the seed treatment and related industries to discuss the development status and prospects of this industry, share the latest technologies and products, and guid...
The Andersons launches Bio Reverse, a new biological that maximizes crop residue breakdown
The Andersons, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANDE) announces the availability of its new biological product, Bio Reverse, which reverses nutrient tie-up in crop residue by enhancing residue breakdown. Maximizing residue breakdown post-harvest provides a better seedbed in the ...
First patented citrus greening peptide solution from Elemental Enzymes delivers field-proven promise
Elemental Enzymes, a St. Louis biotechnology firm, has obtained the first patent for a natural peptide solution that is field-proven to treat Citrus Greening disease. Capable of killing healthy citrus trees in less than five years, this bacterial disease has i...
Ranking List of 2019 Top 10 Local Agrochemical Companies in Colombia
The Colombian agrochemical market is highly competitive, with the strong presence of major global players, as well as a growing trend of generic players. The total revenues of the top 10 leading companies (which includes multinationals) reached US$ 423 million...
MustGrow imports bio-pesticide into Colombia for testing on “Panama Disease”: Existential threat to bananas
MustGrow Biologics Corp., an agricultural biotech company developing and commercializing a portfolio of natural, science-based biological crop protection products, announces the successful importation of its bio-pesticide TerraMG into Colombia.
What options/alternatives farmers in China have replacing paraquat? Are there other useful herbicdes, i.e. diquat, glufosinate (which others) that can cover this gap? Would the replacements be related to higher costs as well? What crop protection startegies would farmers adapt replacing paraquat?1 Like 1 AnswersSir, thanks for question. For weed control, Glyphosate and Glufosinate are the main options while many other broad spectrum herbicides also ...All
Asian soybean rust is the most important disease in soybean, the yield loss being from 10% to 90%, dependent on the geographical region where the disease was reported. What are the key points in controlling Asian rust?
The use of an efficient product since the beginning of the soy cycle is one of the most important decisions for growers after the crop impla...All