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Adama gains crop protection products as part of ChemChina/Syngenta deal

Adama had added 14 new fungicides, herbicides and insecticides to its crop protection portfolio following the approval by the European Commission for ChemChina’s buyout of Syngenta.

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As a condition to obtaining the EC’s approval for ChemChina’s acquisition of Syngenta, Adama (which is also owned by ChemChina) has been required to divest certain products from its portfolio, and has been recompensed with a selection of in-bound products from Syngenta.

 

Ali Bosher, marketing and technical director for Adama UK said: “The addition of eight isopyrazam (IZM) based fungicides, plus a triazole based product, means Adama can now offer growers a complete range of multi-site, SDHI and triazole actives for the effective control of septoria in wheat.

 

“Our barley offering is also significantly enhanced, with the addition of a suite of well-known products to provide good control of key diseases such as ramularia and rhynchosporium.”


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