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Syngenta receives EU approval for next-generation fungicide

7:10 AM MST | November 13, 2012 | Sotirios Frantzanas

Syngenta says it has received approval from the European Union for isopyrazam, the first ingredient from the company's pipeline of next-generation fungicides. EU approval "represents a major step forward in the control of a wide spectrum of damaging fungal diseases," the company says. The "double-binding" technology of isopyrazam ensures strong adhesion to fungus and to leaf wax, providing long-lasting and durable disease protection, Syngenta says. "This approval means growers throughout the EU can now benefit from this important addition...

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