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Worldwide News 2019.10.10.

Global Bioherbicides Market Booming with CAGR of 21.3% between 2018 and 2023

Frost & Sullivan’s latest analysis, Global Bioherbicides Market, Forecast to 2023, reveals that a growing resistance to synthetic herbicides, heightened consumer demand for organic food products, and easier residue management are pivotal factors impelling the dynamic global bioherbicides market toward an expected CAGR of 21.3% between 2018 and 2023. Furthermore, new technologies, innovation by manufacturers, and supportive regulations for faster product registration are expected to augment bioherbicides adoption rates among farmers.

Worldwide News 2019.03.26.

HORSCH with a turnover of 402 million Euro

In 2018, with 402 million Euro the HORSCH Maschinen GmbH achieved the highest turnover in the company’s history. This is a two-digit growth for the third time in a row. There are many reasons for the 12% increase compared to 2017 (358 million Euro). HORSCH continues to carry out considerable investments at all sites, in the sectors service as well as R & D. In all sectors, HORSCH still consequently follows its strategy of putting the focus of all activities on the customer.

Worldwide News 2018.10.12.

Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont’s Industry-Leading Natural Products Proactively Protected

Farming is a risky business with ever-changing variables like weather and markets, so product quality is something that should not be a gamble for farmers. Corteva Agriscience™ continues advancing its ability to guard the integrity of its industry-leading spinosad products which help farmers around the world protect high-value crops. Insecticides containing spinosad are a combination of natural spinosyns produced by a proprietary bacterial strain in a fermentation process.

Worldwide News 2017.05.05.

Arysta LifeScience Expands Product Portfolio in Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia

Arysta LifeScience recently expanded its BioSolutions, plant protection and plant growth regulator products offering for variety of crops including fruits, vegetables and grapes in Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia. Arysta also opened a new subsidiary in Zagreb, and has staffed its Adria Region operations with a BioSolutions expert and registration professionals who cover the entire region.

Worldwide News 2017.04.07.

New study by JRC researchers reveals why Xylella fastidiosa will persist in Europe

Xylella fastidiosa is a vector-transmitted bacterial plant pathogen, causing a variety of diseases to a broad range of host plants, with huge economic impact for agriculture. It was reported for the first time in Europe by the Italian Authorities in October 2013, in the region of Apulia (Italy’s main olive oil producing region), causing the “olive quick decline syndrome’. Since then it has also been detected in Corsica and the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region of southern France and the island of Mallorca (Spain).