Latest News About - Fungicides

 
Show/hide duplicate news articles.
Filter by countryfromabout
<<10<12345678910>>>10
 
Show/hide duplicate news articles.
<<10<12345678910>>>10

Tools

Load latest edition

Saturday, January 18, 2020

12:53:00 PM CET

Subscribe
RSS | MAP

Language Selection

For any category/filter, users can choose:

  1. the language of the categorized news items (e.g. fr and de to display only those news items in French and German)
  2. the language of the user interface (e.g. it for Italian)

In Top Stories, the user can display the largest clusters of news items for one language only (e.g. en shows all clusters in English)

Country Selection

Users can choose:

  1. country mentioned in the news item (articles about a country)
  2. country in which the news item was published (articles from a country)

Languages Collapse menu...Expand menu...Open help...

Select your languages

ar
az
be
bg
bs
ca
cs
da
de
el
en
eo
es
et
fa
fi
fr
ga
ha
he
hi
hr
hu
hy
id
is
it
ja
ka
km
ko
ku
ky
lb
lo
lt
lv
mk
ml
mn
ms
mt
nl
no
pap
pl
ps
pt
ro
ru
rw
se
si
sk
sl
sq
sr
sv
sw
ta
th
tr
uk
ur
vi
zh
all
Show additional languagesHide additional languages

Interface:

Quotes... Extracted quotes

Steve Dennis claims: “Revysol binds on average 100 times more powerfully than conventional azoles, resulting in stronger efficacy” External link

fginsight Monday, January 13, 2020 3:25:00 PM CET

Steve Dennis claims: “This means within an hour we’ve got the same proportion of Revysol in the leaf than you would prothioconazole in 24 hours,” “There’s a number of benefits to that the quicker your azole goes in, the septoria will not have grown so much. It also has other benefits in terms of rain fastnesses and UV radiation” External link

fginsight Monday, January 13, 2020 3:25:00 PM CET

Lili He adds: “Azoles are normally affected by uptake in cold conditions, but Revysol is so rapid in uptake, it is virtually temperature independent” External link

fginsight Monday, January 13, 2020 3:25:00 PM CET

Nathan Donley said: “It’s disgusting that rather than do the right thing and phase out the worst of the worst pesticides, the EPA is quietly encouraging their ongoing use,” External link

alternet Saturday, January 11, 2020 12:19:00 AM CET

Nathan Donley said: “When the EPA is approving 94% of applications that come across its desk, including for some of the planet’s most dangerous pesticides,” External link

alternet Saturday, January 11, 2020 12:19:00 AM CET

Mohammed Khan says (about Dakota State): "Each year the Sugarbeet Research and Education Board of Minnesota and North Dakota (SBREB) provides generous funding to support sugar beet research and Extension education programming for area sugar beet growers," External link

seedquest Friday, January 10, 2020 8:41:00 PM CET

Most associated names

Daily number of articles in this category

Trend data not available for this selection.