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Sanjiv Rana

Sanjiv Rana is Editor in Chief of Agrow, the online service for crop protection intelligence. As well as compiling overviews of the global industry, Sanjiv manages Agrow’s Ask the Analyst service for responding to customer queries.

Covering business, regulatory and product news in Europe and Asia, Sanjiv has a good overview of the global industry and often presents at industry conferences, in addition to writing special Agrow supplements.

He also helped to establish, and now spearheads the Agrow Awards, the only global awards for the industry, which have been running since 2007.

After achieving an MBA degree, Sanjiv worked in the agrochemical industry for 3 years. He then studied for a master’s degree in English Literature, before becoming a journalist and earning an MA in International Journalism.
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BASF aims for expansion in Ukraine

BASF is aiming to expand in the Ukrainian crop protection market through the launch of new products as well as establishing a formulation facility in the country.

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UPL's first-quarter sales up 7%

UPL's consolidated revenues, including those of Arysta LifeScience, grew by 6.8% to Rs 79,060 million ($1,135.3 million at the current rate) in the company's first quarter ended June 30th.

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South Australia to end GMO moratorium

The Australian state of South Australia is to lift its moratorium on the cultivation of genetically modified crops, which has been in place since 2004.

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Certis USA to distribute Bayer's Requiem Prime in US

Japanese company Mitsui & Co’s biopesticide subsidiary, Certis USA, is to sell and distribute Bayer's Crop Science division's bioinsecticide, Requiem Prime (terpenoid blend QRD 460 from the extract of Chenopodium ambrosioides), in the US.

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Dutch bioproducts company Koppert Biological Systems and US precision agriculture company UAV-IQ are collaborating to offer drones as an aerial biocontrol service.

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