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Following US and Argentina, Brazil approves drought-tolerant, herbicide-resistant soybean

| | May 28, 2019

Brazil’s bio-security agency CTNBio has approved a new soybean seed that combines technologies to make it resistant to drought and two widely used herbicides, according to a statement …. from the companies that created the product.

Completion of the regulatory process allows the planting and harvesting of the so-called HB4 soybean varieties in Brazil, the statement said, although commercial launch for export will require approval from importing countries.

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