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The world market for agricultural chemicals is about $25 billion a year.
The global market for agricultural chemicals has grown steadily through the last couple of years.
The JAS law stipulates the designated products will be no longer be allowed to carry the organic mark if manufacturers or processors of the products are found to have covertly used agricultural chemicals on the products or to have mixed their products with nonorganic products.
The Pesticide & Agricultural Chemicals World Report outlines market consumption, products and services in over 200 countries across 6 to 10-Digit NAICS product codes and from 1997.
com/research/862d7e/fertilizers_agri) has announced the addition of the "Fertilizers & Agricultural Chemicals in China" report to their offering.
The second edition of this agricultural chemicals handbook comes by way of Pohanish, and includes regulatory information updated since the 2005 first edition.
Expecting expansion of farmland and the agricultural chemicals market, Sumitomo Chemical aims to boost its business further in Africa.
Astra Industrial Group of Saudi Arabia said in a bourse filing that its wholly owned subsidiary Astra Industrial Complex Company for Fertilizer and Agrochemicals signed recently an agreement to acquire 51% in Turkey-based agricultural chemicals and pesticides producer AG Nova for a total SR 15 million.
Feeding and clothing the world has required a vast array of agricultural chemicals.
Here's a story about an odd benefit of global warming (at least in terms of local people's health): A five-year drought in Mexico has brought an end to farming for many people, replacing heavy use of agricultural chemicals with ranching.
The SCP states in its "Care what You Wear" campaign that "Possible bans on the most toxic agricultural chemicals, as well as potential regulations about labeling on genetically engineered products, point to the need to develop sustainable, practical solutions for cotton.
Irrigation represents more than half of the world's freshwater demand, yet most of that is lost to evaporation, and runoff can pollute surface and groundwater with agricultural chemicals.
On-the-job exposure to certain agricultural chemicals may be responsible for farmers' high rates of prostate cancer, suggest data from a large, ongoing study in two states.
Its membership will include all the major distributors of agricultural chemicals, currently within the Agrochemical Distribution Association (ADA).
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