Développement de l’agrobusiness au SENEGAL : l’ISRA et l’Université d’agriculture de la Chine du Sud nouent un partenariat
En perspective du renforcement du Programme National de Promotion de l’Agrobusiness au SENEGAL, l’ISRA et l’Université d’agriculture de la CHINE DU SUD ont décidé de nouer un partenariat. L’acte solennel a été posé ...
Citrus red spider is a common fruit tree mites pest. The control of red spider on citrus has always been the most problematic problem for fruit growers. It is harmful and resistant. The key point is it is getting harder ...
The National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) has concluded that there is no scientific evidence to require the prohibition of glyphosate herbicide in Brazil. The decision is part of the process of revaluation of the ...
The Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-PCAARRD) recently organized an inception meeting for the project titled, “...
There has been a lot of publicity in recent years about growers battling glyphosate-resistant pigweed in soybean and cotton crops. But pigweed isnt the only weed resistant to glyphosate. New research published in the jou...
In the week of 20th August 2018, Chinese pesticide technical and intermediate market continues to be low and the productions are still running at lower capacity. In general, the market runs at a high price level, where t...
Formulation professionals are increasingly facing big challenges in the development of new products containing a mixture of multisite active ingredients. In Brazil, where the climate is hot and humid for most of the year...
The consumption of agrochemicals in Argentina was increased to 3.8 million metric tons (MMT) in 2017, compared with the 3.6MMT in the previous years. The report highlighted that 69.5％ products were imported.
With the logistics services shut during the Chinese New Year in February this year, the pesticide technical and intermediate trading volume remained light in general as factories were not running at high capacity.
Up to $600 million has been set aside to aid in advancing agriculture among the world’s poorest farmers in Africa and Asia.