EU reapproves FMC’s bifenthrin insecticide

EU reapproves FMC’s bifenthrin insecticide

6:18 AM, 10th July 2012
EU reapproves FMC’s bifenthrin insecticide

PHILADELPHIA, US: FMC Corporation’s bifenthrin insecticide has been reapproved for use in the European Union by the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health. FMC will begin immediately the process to reinstate bifenthrin registrations in all key member states. “We are very pleased that bifenthrin has been accepted for use in the Community and that its health and environmental profile has met the EU’s high standards,” said Marc Hullebroeck, Director Eurasia, FMC Agricultural Products.

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