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India rice traders launch campaign to educate farmers on pesticide
Following the European Union’s recent decision to impose a stringent maximum residue limit (MRL) for Tricyclazole, a fungicide used by farmers against a disease from December 31, 2017, rice exporters in the country have...
Mexico: Scientist uses plant hormone crystals to grow larger
A Mexican researcher has developed a bioprocess for the production of plant hormones that lead to larger and juicier fruits, which is said to be 60％ cheaper than current methods.
China to encourage private capital in agriculture development
Chinas Ministry of Finance on Tuesday released a guideline on public-private partnerships (PPP) in agriculture to diversify funding for the industry.
Major questions facing agriculture in 2017
There are always a number of important issues to consider ahead of any year, but 2017 seems to have lots of unknowns. More importantly, the questions facing production agriculture in 2017 seem to be more critical than ye...
Brazil’s Mato Grosso leads push for GM-free soy
A movement to increase production of conventional non-GM soybeans is gaining traction in Brazil’s largest soy- producing state of Mato Grosso as farmers anticipate growing demand from Asia and Europe.
Agchem sector to grow 15% in Argentina in 2016
Sino-Turkey Workshop on Pesticide Management Held in China
The two sides held the Sino-Turkey Workshop on Pesticide Management in Beijing on 18 October 2016. Each side made presentations on domestic policies and rules and trade regulations on pesticide management.
China registered first Bacillus methylotrophicus bio fungicide
Iran agriculture at glance
Agribusiness: After nearly achieving agricultural self-sufficiency in the 1960s, Iran reached the point in 1979 where 65 percent of its food had to be imported.
Why West Forgot the Farm
About 1％ of the U.S. population are full-time farmers on 2.2 million farms. In the EU about 2.5％ of the population works about 12 million farms. Compare that to China where about half of the population works on an estima...