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Japan Approves Bayer's Isotianil Fungicide

4:44 AM MDT | August 5, 2010 | Laura Templer

Regulatory authorities in Japan have approved the commercial use of Bayer CropScience’s Isotianil fungicide. It targets world’s most economically important rice disease; rice blast fungus. The active ingredient is marketed under the brand name Routine.   Isotianil has been licensed by Bayer since 2009. Routine was brought into development as part of a joint venture with Japanese company Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd and is scheduled for market launch in Japan in 2011.   Isotianil is from the chemical class of isothiazoles. It works by enhancing...

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