Published on the 10th every month, Fungicides China News is a monthly publication released by CCM. It offers timely update and close follow up of
’s various kind of fungicides market dynamics, analyze the market data and trends. Major columns include new legislations, company strategy,
investment opportunities, advanced technology and quality fungicides. China
Following are headline news of the latest issue of Fungicides China News:
Ex-factory prices of main fungicides in China, Jan. 2014
Shanghai Port prices of main fungicides in China, Jan. 2014
FOB Shanghai prices of main fungicides in China, Jan. 2014
China's export volume of azoxystrobin TC soars in Jan.-Oct. 2013
In the first ten months of 2013, the total export volume of azoxystrobin technical and formulations in China witnessed a year-on-year increase of 379% to about 1,436 tonnes, according to China Customs and CCM.
Rudong Zhongyi: fifth domestic company to obtain cyproconazole TC registration
According to data from the ICAMA, Rudong Zhongyi has obtained a registration of cyproconazole TC in late 2013, becoming the fifth domestic company to obtain a cyproconazole TC registration.
All streptomycin registrations in China to expire in 2016
All streptomycin registrations in China will expire in 2016, according to data from the ICAMA, providing enterprises with opportunities to develop new kinds of pesticides to replace streptomycin.
ABACHEM acquires 63.5% shareholding in Jiannong Plant Protection
On Dec. 31, 2013, ABACHEM announced that it had signed an agreement with Jiannong Agrochemical about share acquisition and capital increase. After the acquisition, Jiannong Agrochemical's wholly-owned subsidiary Jiannong Plant Protection will become a holding subsidiary of ABACHEM.
China's export volume of pesticide formulations up 18.20% YoY, Jan.-Oct. 2013
First phase of Jiangu Repont's relocation project to be completed soon
China's total profit of pesticide industry soars by 39.1% YoY, Jan.-Oct. 2013
China's output of fungicide TC up 2.99% YoY in Nov. 2013
Foreign-funded enterprises frequently release patent protection statements
Recently, BASF released a patent protection statement about pyraclostrobin on one of China's popular agricultural forums. Foreign-funded enterprises frequently release statements to protect their products, as it seems impossible to eradicate fake pesticides in China.
Hentin Chem-tech marches into bio-pesticide industry
Lanfeng Import and Export obtains its commercial registration on Dec. 16, 2013
Registered product announcement system to be implemented from Jan. 1, 2014
Bayer, CITIC Trust to jointly establish land transfer platform
Bayer releases fluopyram•trifloxystrobin
Large-scale planting expansion gives rise to modern pesticide sprayers
The expansion of large-scale planting will give rise to modern pesticide sprayers, including large suspension rod pesticide sprayers and unmanned plane sprayers.
Potato seed treatment product has broad development prospects
At present, domestic seed treatment products are mainly registered for a few crops, such as corn, wheat, soybean and rice. However, with farmers' increasing knowledge of potato seed treatment and the improvement of potato seed treatment equipment, the market for potato seed treatment products will have great development potential.
China’s ecological agriculture development plan will benefit bio-pesticide industry
The Chinese government is planning to promote ecological agriculture, which will further benefit biological pesticides.
Results of Reliable Eco-friendly Products for Prevention and Control in 2013 published in Beijing
On Nov. 20, 2013, the NATESC held a press conference to publish the investigation results of Reliable Eco-friendly Products for Prevention and Control in 2013, which covers 6 varieties and 60 products.
Sale and use of asomate and urbacide to be banned from Dec. 31, 2015
On Dec. 9, 2013, the MOA issued public announcement No. 2032, taking further measures to limit or ban the use of seven pesticides, including bans of asomate and urbacide from Dec. 31, 2013.
Fourteen pesticides allowed to register for ginseng
On Nov. 29, 2013, the national review meeting of pesticides registered for ginseng was held by the ICAMA in Beijing. Fourteen pesticides, including fludioxonil, cyprodinil, difenoconazole, mancozeb, etc., were approved to be registered for ginseng in the meeting.
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