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Main Content of Fungicides China News 202005

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Published on 29th May, 2020

On 12 May, NATESC held an online meeting on the 2020 Early Rice Diseases and Pests Forecast. At the meeting, based on the analysis of the current population of the pathogens and pests, the distribution of rice varieties, and climatic conditions, it's predicted that there will be relatively heavy occurrence of major rice pests and diseases across the nation in 2020, with a total of approximately 16.93 million ha of rice field expected to be affected, the same as 2019's level.

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On 28 April, ICAMA released the list of 2020's third group of agrochemical products to be registered. Among the fungicides included in the list, the ingredient pyraclostrobin appears most often. It can be seen that the enthusiasm for registering pyraclostrobin continues in China.

Published on 29th May, 2020

As the outbreak of COVID-19 in China came under control in March, 2020, enterprises were back up and running again, including the azoxystrobin TC producers. However, things were getting worse overseas, leading to limited overseas production and exports. Against such a backdrop, China's azoxystrobin was presented with an opportunity to expand its share on the global market. In March, the export volume of China's azoxystrobin experienced a sharp increase, especially that of the azoxystrobin formulations.

Published on 29th May, 2020

On 18 May, MEE released the 2020 Volatile Organic Compounds Tackling Plan (Consultation Draft), and started soliciting opinions on the plan. The plan was open for public opinions until 27 May, 2020. It focuses on controlling the VOCs emission across the country and reducing the impact of ozone pollution in summer.

Published on 29th May, 2020

The majority of major fungicides in China saw a MoM decrease in their ex-works price in end-May. Among them, the ex-works prices of triazole fungicides and methoxy acrylate fungicides declined. Despite the fact that it was the peak season for agrochemicals in China, the end markets, affected by weather, were mainly consuming inventory. Besides, the overseas demand was rather weak, while the operating rate of domestic producers was increasing, which caused the prices to stabilise and decline.

Published on 29th May, 2020

Weifang Shuangxing's existing 1,000 t/a difenoconazole producing facilities and environmental facilities in the Binhai Green Chemical Park in Weifang which were built long ago can't meet current production needs and environmental protection policies. Therefore, the company decided to carry out a 1,000 t/a difenoconazole technology upgrading project. The difnoconazole producing facilities are suspended now. The capacity will remain 1,000 t/a difnoconazole when the project finishes.

Published on 29th May, 2020

Jiangsu Jiannong's application to resume its 200 t/a paclobutrazol TC producing facilities and 5,000 t/a 3-chloropivaloyl chloride producing facilities has be approved by local chemical park management committee and county-level authorities. But for the resumption to become a reality, the company still needs to pass the municipal-level review. It's worth mentioning that Jiangsu Jiannong's 200 t/a paclobutrazol TC producing facilities are a set of shared devices. More specifically, the facilities are designed mainly for the production of paclobutrazol TC, and can also be used to produce tebuconazole TC and imidacloprid TC. Besides, Jiangsu Jiannong is working to accelerate the application for the resumption of other suspended facilities at the same time.

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Published on 27th May, 2020

Qingdao Hailir's 1,000 t/a pyraclostrobin TC producing facilities have experienced incremental increases in the capacity utilisation rate thanks to continuous debugging and upgrading since Q4, 2017 when they were put into trial production, and now they can work at full capacity consistently. In 2019, the total amount of pyraclostrobin TC produced by the facilities reached as much as 1,110.62 tonnes, with a capacity utilisation rate of 111.06%.

Published on 26th May, 2020

Based on the current trend in the pesticide industry and thorough market research, Limin Chemical decided to invest in a 12,000 t/a fosetyl-aluminium TC technology upgrading project, which will be built in Limin Chemical's headquarters production base in the chemical industry cluster in the New Economy Development Zone in Xinyi City, Jiangsu Province. The project will increase the company's fosetyl-aluminium TC capacity to 17,000 t/a.

Published on 16th May, 2020

Jiangxi Tianyu has finished the filing of a 2,000 t/a prothioconazole TC and 2,000 t/a prothioconazole TC project. The project is part of the development strategy of CAC Nantong, Jiangxi Tianyu's actual controller. Jiangxi Tianyu will leverage the resources from CAC Nantong to help build the project. When the project is finished and put into operation, it will diversify Jiangxi Tianyu's range of mass produced products, enhance the company's capacity, and help the company branch out into fungicide business.

Published on 12th May, 2020

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