Sunday, August 17, 2008

Brazil Pesticide Prices Continue to Decline

According to a survey, since access to 2008, Brazil pesticide market's prices have been declining. Up to April of this year, various types of pesticides has continued to decline a full 12 months, including herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, miticide and plant growth regulator. Brazil pesticide industry association's spokesman, introducing the relevant circumstances, cited the survey data from the IEA, a pesticide market research agency.
The survey of pesticide use
Sao Paulo as a example, the amount of used pesticide account for one-fifth of this country. In the investigation of 123 species, 80.5 percent of the products (16) prices have decreased significantly, only seven product prices rise. Products fell 1.1 percent to 36.3 percent.
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Author: Angulo Fu