Presses

 

The new Pesticide Management Regulations present three highlights

7th April, 2017 More strict to the requirement of pesticide industry admittance. To further improve the request of pesticide guidance services. To continue increase the intensity of punishment of illegal production and business operation.
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Global herbicides market will reach to $39.15 billion by 2022

27th March, 2017 The global herbicides market is estimated at $27.21 Billion in 2016 and is expected to reach $39.15 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 6.25% during the forecast period. The primary factors that drive the herbicides market are adoption of better farming practices and rise in production of cereals & grains, especially...
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Pesticide and veterinary drug residue talked by Ministry of Agriculture

22nd March, 2017 The Fifth Session of the 12th National People’s Congress(NPC), China’s top legislature, is holding its press conference at Media Center Hotel Beijing On 7th March, 2017. Han Changfu, the Minister of Agriculture and Zhang Taolin, Vice-Minister of Agriculture attended. during this meeting, they answered the questions raised by Chinese and foreign journalists...
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The first time China to achieve Zero Growth in the use of pesticide in 2016

14th March, 2017 On 7th March, speaking at a press conference at the annual meeting of the National People’s Congress. The first time China to achieve zero growth in the use of pesticide in 2016, rural land circulation to protect the rights and interests of farmers and last year china’s grain production fell for the...
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Canada ready to export more food to China

16th Feb, 2017 OTTAWA – With exploratory talks on a Canada-China free trade agreement scheduled to begin next week in Beijing, Canadian Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Lawrence MacAulay wants the farm-to-fork sector he oversees in government to be one of the main courses on the menu of a future bilateral trade pact. “China wants our...
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China to continue reducing corn cultivation, encourage shift to soybean and potato

15th Feb, 2017 In 2017, China will implement its agriculture development action plan that stresses quality and efficiency. It focuses on upgrading plantation of miscellaneous grain crops, vegetable, fruit, tea, flower, edible mushroom and herbs. A number of industries will be established keeping in view the regional characteristics so that they have a competitive edge...
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Dealers will confront the five major changes since pesticide regulation was issued

13th Feb, 2017 1. Deliberately select the products 2. Restriction management of pesticide was proposed 3. Safety use of pesticide based on the guidance 4. Recycling the package after sold out pesticide 5. Pesticide is managed by department of agriculture
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Pesticide regulation(draft revision) has made eight significant adjustment

10th Feb, 2017 1. Adjustment of pesticide management system 2. Cancellation of pesticide Temporary Registration 3. Implementation of pesticide production license 4. Implementation of pesticide operating permit 5. Explicitness of user obligations 6. Establish a traced back system to ensure product quality and safety 7. Establishment of a sound recall system 8. Increased the penalties...
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China publishes draft revision of pesicide regulation to improve the safety of agricultural products

9th Feb, 2017 The pesticide management regulation(draft) was approved by Premier Li Keqiang at State Council executive meeting on 8th Feb, 2017. 1. Control of whole production process. 2. Producers assume their clearly defined responsibilities for safety and effectiveness of pesticides, timely to call the higher risk of pesticides. 3. We should increase our punishmnent...
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“No.1 central document” makes great efforts to promote the supply-side structural reform in agriculture

7th Feb, 2017 The core idea of supply-side reform in China’s agricultural sector is to increase the output of high-quality products based on green and innovative production. The main objective of “No.1 central document” is to increase the income of farmers and ebsuring effective supply by reform. The ducument calls for improving structures in the...
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