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EU Approves Long-Pending GMO Products for Import

European Union announced on Friday it approved the import of 10 new types of maize, soybeans, cotton and oilseed rape as either human food or animal feed for 10 years, in addition to the 58 GM crops already authorized.

Americas

USDA Study Tackles Agriculture’s Adaptation to Climate Change

Study looks at the use of genetic resources which will help determine the agricultural sector’s ability to maintain crop productivity.

Americas

Stockton Group in Distribution Deal with Engage Agro

Engage Agro will exclusively market and distribute Timorex Gold biofungicide in Canada for fruit, vegetable and specialty crops.

China

China’s Crop Protection Market Worth $6.08 Billion in 2014

Research shows shift in farmer behavior towards higher-priced products.

Crop Inputs

Brandt Inks Deal To Have Products Distributed in Turkey

Brandt, a manufacturer of agricultural specialty products, has an agreement that allows Dorado Natural will distribute Brandt’s products in Turkey.

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Crop Inputs

The Rise of Precision Agriculture

For thousands of years farmers have looked for ways to increase produce more food from a given plot of land. As

Industry News

FMC Corporation Completes Acquisition of Cheminova A/S

FMC Corporation has completed the closing of its acquisition of Cheminova A/S, a multinational crop protection company based in Denmark

Industry News

Fortix Fungicide Now Registered for Supression of Sudden Death Syndrome in Soybeans

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved the use of FORTIX Fungicide for suppression of Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS)

Crop Inputs

Syngenta Soybean Breeding Program Honored

Syngenta’s soybean breeding program “Good Growth through Advanced Analytics” earned the 2015 INFORMS Franz Edelman Award for Achievement in Operations Research and

Industry News

Arysta LifeScience Hires Marketing Manager for U.S. Row Crops

Arysta LifeScience North America recently hired Deneen Sebastian as its Marketing Manager for U.S. Row Crops, Fungicides. Most recently, Sebastian worked