EPA OKs insecticide premix from Dow
07/30/2013 2:09:45 PMThe Environmental Protection Agency has registered Intrepid Edge, an insecticide premix from Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis. State... Read more.
Bumblebee deaths prompt Oregon to restrict pesticide
06/28/2013 9:27:09 AMIn light of recent bumblebee deaths, the Oregon Department of Agriculture has temporarily restricted the... Read more.
Bee-friendly insecticide targets sucking pests, including psyllid
06/27/2013 9:53:00 AMBayer CropScience hopes to launch its new Sivanto insecticide that targets piercing and sucking pests,... Read more.
BASF shows off new fungicides at field day
06/26/2013 6:05:00 AMDINUBA, Calif. — BASF Crop Protection. has taken a more holistic approach when it comes to marketing... Watch Video.
Florida registers new insecticide
06/14/2013 10:27:34 AMThe Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has registered Closer SC insecticide from Dow... Read more.
EPA grants Section 18s to two marmorated stink bug insecticides
06/07/2013 12:23:51 PMThe Environmental Protection Agency has granted Section 18—emergency use exemption—requests for two dinotefuran insecticides to... Read more.
Washington ag department nixes request to halt insecticide's use
06/06/2013 3:36:49 PMAfter a 60-day review period, the Washington State Department of Agriculture announced it would not... Read more.
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