What we know about the strange “ban” on Lambda-cyhalothrin insecticide.
The deadline to submit responses to the PMRA’s proposed phase-out of Clothianidin and Thiamethoxam is fast approaching. To help strengthen the industry position on the proposed ban of these useful and valuable tools, CAAR is urging members to provide their comments to the PMRA before the Nov. 13 deadline.
CAAR is one of several industry groups forming a unified coalition to respond to the PMRA’s proposed decisions on Clothianidin and Thiamethoxam that were announced August 15.
The Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) is asking for feedback on its proposed re-evaluation decision for the insecticide Matador from Syngenta.
Health Canada will not issue a decision on whether to ban imidacloprid for at least six months, according to a horticultural industry representative.
A new study by the research consultancy HFFA Research, has shown that the neonicotinoid ban caused severe economic and environmental damage to the EU oilseed rape sector.
Corn growers in Ontario and Quebec have a powerful new tool to maximize their seed investment with effective protection against key insect pests.
Syngenta Canada Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of Visivio™ seed treatment, a new Seedcare™ solution offering canola growers enhanced early-season protection against flea beetle feeding and seed- and soil-borne diseases.
The new BeeConnected app, developed by CropLife Australia and adapted for Canadian use by CropLife Canada and the Canadian Honey Council, aims to help protect local bee populations by acting as a conduit between farmers and beekeepers.
Ontario’s seed treatment restrictions mean farmers will have to prove the existence of wireworms in order to use neonicotinoids.
Grain Farmers of Ontario officials have asked for a temporary stay of the new provincial government regulations regarding neonicotinoid treated seeds.