Gowan Company, LLC announces the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s registration of Magister SC miticide for mite control in almonds; cherries, non-bearing tree fruits, and nuts; and powdery mildew in cherries.
Magister was approved in California for almonds and cherries in January 2016.
Gowan calls Magister SC a powerful and effective miticide to provide a solid solution to mite control problems.
Fenazaquin, the active ingredient in Magister SC, is a new foliar miticide belonging to the chemical class quinazoline....More
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is issuing a notice of intent to cancel all Bayer CropScience, LP and Nichino America, Inc. flubendiamide products that pose a risk to aquatic invertebrates important to the health of aquatic environments.
Flubendiamide is registered for use on more than 200 crops, including soybeans, almonds, tobacco, peanuts, cotton, lettuce, alfalfa, tomatoes, watermelon, and bell peppers, with some crops having as many as six applications per year....More
DuPont and Dow Chemical released a “first look” at the potential structure for the future independent agriculture company that will be the result of the merger of the two chemical and seed entities.
Earlier, the two concerns said they would create three divisions – agriculture, specialty chemicals and materials science – following the merger. Today, they announced what will happen with the agiculture side of the new company:...More
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) has announced $3 million in grants to three universities to advance the use of co-robots in production agriculture....More
Watching a tragedy occur is a painful experience, but California agriculture has to tolerate the pain as a once respected and pertinent state agency appears to be on the brink of disintegration....More
FMC Agricultural Solutions has announced the release of Preemptor SC fungicide which provides corn, soybean and wheat growers with full-season fungicidal benefits in as little as just one early application.
“Applying a fungicide early gives corn and soybean growers more application options, providing greater flexibility with application timing and rates,” said Adam Prestegord, FMC Agricultural Solutions North America product manager....More