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 has received approval in the UK for its cereal fungicide, Revystar (mefentrifluconazole – trade-marked as Revysol + fluxapyroxad – trade-marked as Xemium).
Germany's national competition regulator, the Bundeskartellamt (federal cartel office), has imposed fines totalling around €154.6 million ($172 million) on seven wholesalers of crop protection products and their managers.
France’s main farmers’ union, the FNSEA, has asked for a moratorium on the government’s decision to implement a system of buffer zones related to the spraying of pesticides around residential areas. France implemented the system from January 1st.
France’s main farmers’ union, the FNSEA, are demanding a moratorium on the government’s decision to implement a system of buffer zones related to the spraying of pesticides around residential areas.
The French national institute for agricultural research, the INRA, and the national research institute for science and technology for the environment and agriculture, the IRSTEA, have merged to form the national research institute for agriculture, food and the environment, the INRAE.
The main themes running through Agrow’s most-read articles in 2019 were: mergers and acquisitions; product bans and active ingredients under the scanner; and market developments.