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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Latest From Sanjiv Rana
Japanese company Nihon Nohyaku has submitted registration documents in Japan and India for the approval of its new insecticides, Orchestra Flowable and Orchestra Powder (both benzpyrimoxan).
US-based agribusiness companies Cargill and Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) have launched a digital tool development joint venture, Grainbridge (Omaha, Nebraska).
Belgian fine chemicals company Minafin (Louvain-la-Neuve) has launched Minagro – a new business unit focused on “green and safer ingredients” for the crop protection industry.
Nufarm is to launch the insecticide, Carnadine (acetamiprid), in some countries in the EU. Registrations have been granted in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Greece and Poland, and the product is awaiting approval in Bulgaria and Slovakia.
BASF has expanded its pipeline of solutions for agriculture and will launch over 30 products by 2028 with projected peak sales of more than €6 billion ($6.8 billion at the current rate).
Ukraine’s government has passed a legislative bill facilitating the safe disposal of expired and illegal pesticides.