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Need to catch up on the latest in crop protection? Below are the top 10 articles from  January 2018 published by Agrow - your single source of up-to-the-minute crop protection news and insight. Look out for a new top 10 list every month.

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  1. Mergers, acquisitions and deals in 2017
    Check out the latest monthly listing of the mergers, acquisitions and deals in 2017, with links to the original articles.

  2. New active ingredients registered or launched in 2017
    New active ingredients registered or launched in 2017, with links to the original articles.

  3. Monsanto touts R&D pipeline advances 🔓
    There have been more than 20 advancements in Monsanto’s research and development pipeline for the fifth consecutive year, with seven projects moving to the launch phase.

  4. US court to determine fate of neonic registrations 🔓
    A US federal judge in California is considering whether to pull 59 neonicotinoid insecticide products from the market.

  5. EU member states urge rethink on glyphosate
    Six EU member states have urged the European Commission to go further than the recent five-year renewal of the herbicide, glyphosate, and take steps towards ending the use of the active ingredient.

  6. Agrow's top ten most-read articles in 2017 🔓
    Not surprisingly, articles related to news developments in the mega mergers and acquisitions going on within the crop protection industry during 2017 made up the bulk of Agrow’s top ten most-read articles in 2017.

  7. IARC director defends glyphosate monograph
    The head of the UN WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has rejected complaints made by US lawmakers about the organisation's determination that the herbicide, glyphosate, is a probable human carcinogen.

  8. US class action alleges Monsanto conspired to drive demand for dicamba-tolerant traits
    A US soybean farmer has filed an anti-trust lawsuit against Monsanto, alleging that the company is engaged in an "anti-competitive scheme" with other agrochemical manufacturers to push sales of its genetically modified dicamba herbicide-tolerant seed traits.

  9. EU extends decision deadline on Bayer/Monsanto acquisition
    The European Commission has extended by five working days its provisional deadline for deciding on Bayer’s proposed acquisition of Monsanto.

  10. North America 2017: Trump administration stirs up US pesticide controversies
    The past year has seen major shifts in US pesticide policy as President Donald Trump's “pro-business” approach and his bid to reduce the influence of the US EPA has prompted the rollback of federal agrochemical rules and regulations.

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