Presses

 

The FGI announces to purchase Syngenta Alfalfa seed

27th July, 2016 On Sept. 1st Syngenta will transfer alfalfa seed to the NEXGROW branded business that is part of FGI of America. The name of the alfalfa seed will remain NEXGROW and the seed product will stay the same. Current the NEXGROW seed treatments will continue to be available. From the very beginning of...
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Monsanto rejects Bayer’s latest offer

22nd July, 2016 U.S. global seed and pesticide manufacturer Monsanto rejected the latest acquisition offer from German agricultural giant Bayer, which had upped its bid earlier this month. The Monsanto board said in a statement that it had deemed Bayer’s offer “financially inadequate and insufficient to insure deal certainty.”
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Bayer raises after for Monsanto in bid to create global agrochemical giant

19th July, 2016 According to the latest news, Bayer announced a revised proposal to Monsanto. Two months after its first offer for the seed and farm products manufacturer was rejected, the German company upped its bid to $65 billion in cash, a $3-a-share increase to $125 a share.
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Monsanto will work with Microsoft to invest in agricultural technology in Brazil

11th July, 2016 Monsanto will join a Brazilian investment fund with up to 300 million reais($92 million), managed by Microsoft, evaluating ideas for new digital tools to be applied to agricultural production in the country. After evaluation, the agricultural technology company will receive initial funding of up to 1.5 million reais($459,000) for early development. Project...
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U.S. plant record high soybean acres in 2016

8th July, 2016 The USDA NASS estimates that the nation’s soybean growers have planted a record high 83.7 million acres this year and increased by 1% from last year. The report shows that benefited from favourable weather conditions, increased or maintained soybean acreage in 18 out of 31 major producing states. In particular area in...
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Russia begins to ban genetically modified organisms

4th July, 2016 The upper house of the Russian parliament Federal Commission on Wednesday approved a bill that prohibit in Russia planting transgenic plants and transgenic animal feeding, in addition to scientific use. Russian sputnik news reported that the bill also provides that, in view of the impact of genetically modified products to humans and...
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South American might to increase crop yield in 2016-2017

28th June, 2016 Argentina could boost corn acreage by 20% during 2016-2017 growing season, while Brazil could increase soybean yield at least 1 million acres, according to analysts. South American could increase crop yield after Argentina government announce to take off the tax on corn and could ship corn to the U.S., said Don Roose...
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Bayer is racing to introduce new herbicide in Brazil

22nd June, 2016 Bayer has recently launched Alion herbicide for weed management on crops such as coffee, citrus and sugarcane in Brazil. The interregional expansion, the soil diversity, high rates of rainfall and low rates of crop rotation are the main factors that contribute to diversion of plants and difficult to control, which is increase...
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Signs of Recovery in Glyphosate Industry

7th June, 2016 Last week,glyphosate maintained within a appropriate range,but the market turnover remained lukewarm. As the largest demestic yield in pesticide technical products, it is seems that cannot find glyphosate technical on the market reccently. As temperatures rise, local and regional disaster prevention and disaster reduction is about to begin, cooperate with the environmental...
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